March 2017 Bible Reading Schedule

“…in Mark’s Gospel we see the Lord as the Slave-Savior. In the Gospel of Mark we do not have the God-Savior, as in John, the King-Savior, as in Matthew, or the Man-Savior, as in Luke. The Gospel of Mark presents a particular aspect of Christ, the aspect of the Slave-Savior.”

“With this message we begin the Life-study of the Gospel of Luke. Apparently, this Gospel is quite simple. It may seem that the Gospel of Luke is not as profound as the Gospel of Matthew or as mysterious as the Gospel of John. The reason for this is that Luke gives us a record of our Savior, the Lord Jesus, as a Man. A man, of course, is not profound when compared to God.
Although the Gospel of Luke is not the most profound or mysterious of the four Gospels, it is the most sweet and pleasant of the Gospels. Yes, God is profound. But when He became a man, He became sweet and pleasant.
In Matthew we see the King; in Mark, the Slave; and in John, God Himself. In Luke we see the Man. Luke’s narration concerning the Lord Jesus as the Man-Savior is very sweet and pleasant. Both the narrative and the narration itself are sweet and pleasant.”

Saints, be encouraged! Let us continue to follow the Bible reading schedule for nourishment and enjoyment in God’s word every day! You may also sign up at Bible Challenges.

Lord’s DayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThurdsayFridaySaturday
2/26
Matt. 26
2/27
Matt. 27
2/28
Matt. 28
3/01
Mark 1
3/02
Mark 2
3/03
Mark 3
3/04
Mark 4
3/05
Mark 5
3/06
Mark 6
3/07
Mark 7
3/08
Mark 8
3/09
Mark 9
3/10
Mark 10
3/11
Mark 11
3/12
Mark 12
3/13
Mark 13
3/14
Mark 14
3/15
Mark 15
3/16
Mark 16
3/17
Luke 1
3/18
Luke 2
3/19
Luke 3
3/20
Luke 4
3/21
Luke 5
3/22
Luke 6
3/23
Luke 7
3/24
Luke 8
3/25
Luke 9
3/26
Luke 10
3/27
Luke 11
3/28
Luke 12
3/29
Luke 13
3/30
Luke 14
3/31
Luke 15
4/01
Luke 16