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One minute meditations

One Minute Meditation

By: Reflexion - A Spiritual Community

A biblical meditation for every day of the year, beginning in Genesis and reading through to Revelation, from pastor/author chuck smith, jr.

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Spurgeon's Morning

By: eBible

Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the "Prince of Preachers" wrote this classic devotional.

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Daily Devotional

By: Big Chimney Baptist Church

A daily devotional to assist you in your daily growth as a Christian.

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Spurgeon's Evening

By: eBible

Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the "Prince of Preachers" wrote this classic devotional.

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By: kingdom life mission

Daily devotional

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Daily Devotional

By: TDHC A-NORTH

Daily Devotional

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Proverbs

By: Joshua Roland

February 2013

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Worship Life Bible Reading Plan

By: Worship Life Calvary Chapel

This unique approach to reading the Bible in one year features a different section of the scriptures every day. Sunday: Gospels // Monday: Torah // Tuesday: History // Wednesday: Psalms // Thursday: Poetry // Friday: Prophets // Saturday: Epistles

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Mentors Daily Devotional

By: Jijo

This is a daily devotional plan for all mentors in KU

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Sure Hope Daily Devotional

By: Sure Hope

A daily devotional to encourage, comfort and counsel in the Spirit of the Sure Hope that comes from Christ Jesus.

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MARK: The First Book of Jesus

By: Anthem Church

This devotional is intended to coincide with our expositional preaching series through the Gospel of Mark. Each Wednesday, the text for the upcoming Sunday gathering will be posted.

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By: JesuSay - Christian Community

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A Week in 1 Corinthians

By: Robin Steele

This plan covers the entire book of 1 Corinthians in one work week (5 days).

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The "BibleIn2" Two-Year Journey Through God's Word

By: E-QUIP MINISTRIES

Read through the entire Bible at a pace that allows you time to really digest what you read. By reading only 32 verses from the Old Testament and 11 from the New Testament daily, you will complete this journey in exactly two years. Dive in today and keep going until you complete the entire Bible. Make sure you take notes or keep a journal; you will be amazed when you review them in two years. Enjoy your time in God's Word and email us with your comments about this unique reading plan at: Kevin@PastorKevin.com

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The prayer network global outreach

By: The Prayer Network Outreach Ministry

As Christians we should all share the same views and believe in Jesus Christ about salvation and redemption from sins. Realizing that there is no separation by race, color or religion in heaven. The prayer network social networking site provide a great place for us to start standing up for that belief so that our light may shine amounts unbelievers and to publicly show our continuous support for Jesus Christ ministry.

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Living Word 2014

By: Maranatha Temple - ICGC

At the heart of this devotional is the desire to make God's eternal Word real to our day to day experiences. You can use this guide for your personal or family devotion, facilitate a Bible study or prepare a study lesson... It is my prayer that everyday of the year will lead you into a new righteous adventure with the Lord. - Mensa Otabil

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Moravian Text

By: Grace Long Beach

The Daily Texts is a daily devotional guide published yearly since 1731. It is the oldest such guide in continuous use. Begun in Germany as a daily oral tradition, it soon became a regularly printed set of texts for each day of the year. The texts are chosen yearly in Germany for use in all editions of the Daily Texts throughout the world.

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The SpokesMen Romans Reading Plan

By: The Hub

A Study of Romans

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The Soul of My Feet: My Hiding Place

By: The Soul of My Feet

A 7 day journey through Psalm 32 Join the journey on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TheSoulOfMyFeet

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MOSH - Men Of Sure Hope

By: Sure Hope

A weekly message and suggested Bible reading for the Men Of Sure Hope, a growing church in the Colwyn Bay region of North Wales. Find out more about our monthly men's weekend on http://surehopechurch.co.uk/?page_id=5191

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The Soul of My Feet: Redeeming Ruth

By: The Soul of My Feet

Hope you can join the 8 day Journey as we discover the courage, beauty and faith of Ruth who would become part of God’s plan to redeem His people. Join the journey on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TheSoulOfMyFeet

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Psalms Pilgrimage 38 days

By: LivebyGod

Take a spiritual journey through the Psalms in 33 days.

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Let Us Rise and Build

By: Good News Centre

This is a 21 day Fasting & Prayer Reading Plan using the books of Ezra and Nehemiah

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Westermann Small Group - GEPC Study

By: Westermann Small Group

This is a helpful guide for those in the Westermann Small Group :-). We love you all!!

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JAMES: How Do You Know Your Faith Is Real?

By: Anthem Church

What if there was a visible way to discern whether one’s faith was legitimate or nothing more than hollow religion? What if God’s grace had ensured genuine belief in Jesus had an outward and discernible manifistation clearly distinguishable from just knowing, saying and doing the right things? Enter James, Jesus’ intrepid younger brother, whose short letter pierces though the self-deception and lukewarm living all too common among professing Christians. No New Testament book is more influenced by the teachings of Jesus nor more controversial throughout church history, than James’ epistle. So if you have asked the question “how do we know our faith is real”, then this hard-hitting letter from James has the answers you’ve been waiting for.

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GCBC - Advent 2013 Reading Plan

By: Great Commission Baptist Church

This reading plan will encourage both an appreciation of Christmas and an anticipation of Jesus' second advent.

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GodsNation Reading Plan

By: GP

Many people are lost when it comes to "where they should start reading in the bible", so this is a daily reading plan that will help you to read scriptures pertaining to you life Now. Enjoy!

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Read the Bible Book by Book

By: Victoria

This is a self-paced Bible reading plan where we read the Bible book by book (not necessarily in order).

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Time 4 God Devotional

By: FaithHub

From FaithHub.net and contributing writer Dan Doyle, Time 4 God takes an honest and thought provoking look at some our most beloved Bible verses.

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Gateway Community Church - Lectionary Readings

By: Gateway Community Church

This reading plan follows the Common Lectionary, weekly (Sunday) scriptures. Each week, there is a specifically identified Old Testament reading, a reading from the Psalms, a New Testament reading, and a reading from one of the four Gospels. This is a part of a globally used 3 year plan. This plan coincides with the Sunday morning scriptures used at Gateway Community Church, as well as many other churches throughout Christendom around the world. Although there is also a DAILY lectionary available, choosing to focus daily on the same 4 scripture selections, from Monday to Saturday, culminating with the Pastor's message on the same selections can be a very valuable tool in your spiritual development. If you have ever thought that coming to church and listening to what the Pastor thinks about a passage of scripture doesn't allow you to think for yourself - I would encourage you to commit to reading and reflecting on the passage yourself, or with your family, and allow God to speak to you through these words all week long. You will often find a new perspective each time you reread a passage. God's word is alive. Let it be alive in you.

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By: Desert Streams Church

Scripture. Observation. Understanding. Life Application.

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The Lost Art of Following Jesus (The Gospel of Mark)

By: Fellowship Bible Church Dallas

This prayer guide accompanies the Fellowship Bible Church Dallas sermon series with the same name (May-August 2015). Sermon archives and other resources are available at http://fellowshipdallas.org/media/sermon-archive/the-lost-art-of-following-jesus/

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Genesis

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Exodus

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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By: Tim Stanley

Test for Proverbs

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Full Meal Deal: A Balanced Way to Read Through the Bible in One Year

By: Romans Bible Study

Want to read through the Bible in one year, but don't want to be stuck in just one place at a time? This devotional is a well-rounded plan that will daily feed you in four essential areas: 1) Daily reading in the gospels to keep Jesus at the center of your study; 2) Daily reading the inspiration and instruction of Psalms and Proverbs for encouragement and wisdom; 3) Daily reading in the OT for historical background and great faith stories that make up the root system of the Christian Faith; and 4) Daily reading in the NT for the meat believers need to grow in their understanding of the faith. During the course of one year, you'll read through the gospels four times, the NT twice, Psalms and Proverbs twice (except Psalms 119, which is spread out over several days due to its length), and the OT once.

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Leviticus

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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Praying Scripture over Outreach

By: Crossroads Men's Ministry

We are called to pray for God to send workers out into the harvest. This plan is for praying regularly over the preparation and attendees of a planned church outreach. {Created for Crossroads Men's Ministry "Wild Game Feast & Outdoor Expo" March 25, 2017}