Daily bible reading
To the right, you will find a "Daily Inspiration" Bible reading which comes from an automatic internet feed from the website www.tniv.info. These readings are excellent material for a daily devotional thought.
Below, is another set of Bible readings, which we use at CV for reading through the Bible, a schedule developed by our Pulpit Minister. He often uses a text from these readings in preparing the sermons we hear on Sunday morning. It is intended to help us read and meditate every part of the Bible on a pace that keeps us moving steadily through the entire Bible, that provides some variety in alternating between Old Testament and New Testament books, and that is not too fast allowing us to meditate and absorb the context and the meaning of scripture for us today.
Sunday, November 23, Review last week’s readings, memorize Revelation 21:3.
Monday, November 24, Revelation 20:1-6, the thousand year reign.
Tuesday, November 25, Revelation 20:7-15, the final judgment of Satan and people.
Wednesday, November 26, Revelation 21:1-14, the new Jerusalem.
Thursday, November 27, Revelation 21:15-27, the temple in the city.
Friday, November 28, Revelation 22:1-11, I am coming soon.
Saturday, November 29, Revelation 22:12-21, do not add to or take from this book.
Sunday, November 30, Job 1 & 2, Job is tested.
Monday, December 1, Job 3 & 4, Job longs for death.
Tuesday, December 2, Job 5 & 6, Eliphaz suggests Job is hiding his sin.
Wednesday, December 3, Job 7 & 8, Bildad affirms that suffering is from sin.
Thursday, December 4, Job 9 & 10, Job says innocence does no good.
Friday, December 5, Job 11 & 12, Zophar recommends turning to God.
Saturday, December 6, Job 13 & 14, Job says he has done that.