Nesting with Jesus is our daily Bible reading plan...and this is what it looks like for March. If you don't have your own plan, we'd love for you to join us. This month we’ll journey through the profound wisdom and life transforming insights found in the Newer Testament book of Romans. Then we’ll transition toward the Older Testament, with plans to jump headfirst into the books of Jonah and Lamentations, before we make our way back to the Newer Testament. Lord willing, we’ll close out the month exploring the rich and rewarding nuggets found in Galatians. We have plans to kick off April with the sweet songs of deliverance that we radiating and publishing God’s praises in the Older Testament poetic book of Psalms.
We really believe it's a great thing for a family to read the Scriptures. This plan is set up for each member of your family to read for themselves, if they can, through a specific book of the Bible with the rest of the family. It provides for great conversations around the table, throughout a day, while preparing supper, riding in a car or at bedtime. It's worked well for our nest through the years...even all our folks at the Chapel do the same.
If you have any questions about how it works...don't hesitate to ask. So join us, and have fun exploring the exquisite and extraordinary treasures of God's Word with us and your family.
Always remember...we can't live out what we don't know or give away what we don't have. May you find much joy and life exploring the wonders of His Word and grace.
Remember this: A growing INTIMACY, in a relationship, is the lifeline of the relationship. If you have been saved by Jesus, you were rescued from yourself and your own sin, and given life in Christ to live in intimate fellowship with your heavenly Father and His people. Your Father has invited you into His presence, and to also join Him in His work upon the earth. The ONLY way to know the specific course He has chosen for you is to SEEK His face, day by day, through prayer, digging in His Word and obeying His voice.
Blessings, and stay hungry my friends (Proverbs 10:3).