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Wisdom

Wisdom of Proverbs

By: eBible

Wisdom, instruction and learning for God's people (30 days).

Faith

Great Faith Stories

By: eBible

Stories of great faith from ordinary people of God (10 days).

Hope

Finding Hope

By: eBible

Encouraging stories of hope through biblical characters (7 days).

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Worry

By: eBible

Worrying and stressed? Let God and His Word comfort you.

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The Psalms

By: eBible

Ancient and timeless prayer and song book of God's people (30 days).

Topverses

Top 100 Bible Verses

By: eBible

Top 100 most popular Bible verses of all time brought to you daily.

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Daily Bible Reading

By: Daily Bible Reading

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Mentors Daily Devotional

By: Jijo

This is a daily devotional plan for all mentors in KU

Joy

Joyful Heart

By: eBible

Top 30 daily verses on Joy.

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Essentials from Ephesians

By: Truth For Trying Times

Paul's letter to the church at Ephesus is broken down into sections to allow a more detailed study of this foundational book of the New Testament. This letter to the Ephesians will give those who consider themselves a follower of Christ a basic outline for Christian conduct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >If you so desire, you are welcome to use the study guides that correlate with this Bible reading plan and can be located at: http://t4ttbs2.wix.com/t4ttimes#!online-bible-study-resources/c15cf

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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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A Week in Romans

By: Robin Steele

Go through the entire book of Romans in 5 days. It works well: Monday-Friday. This book is one of the pivotal books of the New Testament laying the ground work of salvation.

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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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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!

Inspiration

10 Days of Inspiring Bible Verses

By: Temple De L'Eternel,Inc.

Good News! Instead of 5 Days of inspiring Bible Verses we are changing it to 10 Days of Inspirational Bible Verses! Be inspired. Be Hopeful. Be Faithful. Be Strong.Be courageous. BE INSPIRED.

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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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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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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Numbers

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 Deuteronomy

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.