Week One


  • This week you begin to read the Bible – God’s word for you.
  • The first seven days take an interesting selection from various parts of the Bible.
  • The unity, truth and divine origin of the 66 books of the Bible become increasingly certain as you read them. Although written by many different writers over 1500 years ago, God is the Author and His message is the same throughout.
  • Read consistently, carefully and prayerfully and may God bless you with an understanding.


Day 1: Psalm 19 The stars and planets make known the glory of God ( verses 1-6) The Bible enlightens the mind (verses 7-14).
Day 2: Genesis 1 God made all things. He established the laws of nature and prepared the earth as man’s home.
Day 3: Luke 2 The miraculous birth of Jesus brings promises of peace (verse 14) and of salvation for Jews and Gentiles (non-Jews) (verses 29-32.
Day 4: 1 Corinthians 13 Charity (love) is the supreme quality for us to follow and has promise of an eternal future (verses 11-13).
Day 5: Mark 4 The Word of God is a precious seed which can be fruitful in our lives (verse 20) and has promise for the future (verse 29).
Day 6: Ecclesiastes 3 We need to use our brief life-time to serve God and to prepare for the day of judgement (verse 17).
Day 7: 2 Timothy 3 The world today is described in verses 1-7. But the Bible is given by God to make us godly and to lead us to salvation (verses 15-17).