Bible Reading

Bible readings will be assigned for each Awana year.. To receive credit for reading a book of the Bible, write a summary paragraph for each book. This paragraph must include the author, the occasion or purpose for writing, the main point or theme of the book, a particular section or verse that stood out or was especially meaningful during the reading, and any thoughts or observations you may have (minimum length of the paragraph is five sentences).

Sample 1 Peter Summary Paragraph

Jesus’s disciple Peter wrote this letter to persecuted Jewish and Gentile Christians in five regions of Asia Minor in 64- 65 AD . This persecution came because Nero had burned Rome and blamed the Christians.  The main theme of the book of 1 Peter is living victoriously in the midst of suffering and persecution. Peter writes to give hope in the midst of it; to remind of our great salvation in Christ Jesus. To give advice on how to live a godly life before unbelievers, then ends with a reminder that the Lord will return and restore all things.  Because I have and will experience suffering this book is a comfort and guide to me.

 
Bible Reading Plan
 
Luke Chapter 1-24

Acts Chapter 1-28

Mark Chapter 1-16

1 Timothy Chapter 1-6

2 Timothy Chapter 1-4

1 Corinthians Chapter 1-16

2 Corinthians Chapter 1-13

Galatians Chapter 1-6

1 Thessalonians Chapter 1-5

2 Thessalonians Chapter 1-3

Titus Chapter 1-3

Philemon

1 John Chapter 1-5

2 John

3 John

Jude