World Prayer Team Advent Reading Plan

Below is the World Prayer Team Advent Reading Plan for the month of December. (You can learn more about the new reading plan here). You can download a printable version of the plan below, or sign up to receive weekly emails with that weeks reading.

All links will take you to the Faithlife Study Bible site (Our preferred site to read the Bible online), while you are there, don’t forget to join the World Prayer Team group.

 

Advent Reading Plan with the World Prayer Team

12/2  God makes a promise following the first sin:  Genesis 3:8–15

12/3  Moses foretells a future prophet:  Deuteronomy 18:15–19

12/4  A shoot will come from the stump of Jesse:  Isaiah 11:1–10

12/5  Jeremiah foretells a righteous branch:  Jeremiah 23:5–6, Jeremiah 33:14–16

12/6  God will come to save His people:  Isaiah 35:1–10

12/7  The mission of Yahweh’s servant:  Isaiah 42:1–4

12/8  The year of Yahweh’s favor:  Isaiah 61:1–4, Isaiah 61:8–11

12/9  A plea for God to tear the heavens and come down:  Isaiah 64:1–9

12/10  God will be in Israel’s midst:  Zephaniah 3:14–20

12/11  A voice calling in the wilderness:  Isaiah 40:1–11

12/12  A messenger will prepare the way:  Malachi 3:1–4, Malachi 4:5–6

12/13  John the Baptist’s birth is predicted:  Luke 1:5–25

12/14  A virgin will conceive:  Isaiah 7:10–16

12/15  Jesus’ birth is predicted:  Luke 1:26–38

12/16  Mary visits Elizabeth:  Luke 1:39–45

12/17  Mary’s hymn of praise to God:  Luke 1:46–56

12/18  John the Baptist is born:  Luke 1:57–66

12/19  Zechariah’s praise and prophecy:  Luke 1:67–80

12/20  The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light:  Isaiah 9:1–7

12/21  John testifies to the light:  John 1:1–9

12/22  A ruler will come from Bethlehem:  Micah 5:2–5

12/23  The birth of Jesus (Matthew):  Matthew 1:18–25

12/24  The birth of Jesus (Luke):  Luke 2:1–7

12/25  Angels announce Jesus’ birth to shepherds:  Luke 2:8–20

DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLE READING PLAN HERE

The World Prayer Team Bible Reading Plan

“Effective prayer starts with knowing what the Word of God says about your situation.”
Stovall Weems, from his book “Awakening

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I said it recently in an email update and I firmly believe that so many times we are desperate to hear a word from God regarding the season or trial we are walking through, that we forget He may have already given us the answer we need in His Word.

Being in the Word of God on a daily basis is CRITICAL to having a powerful and intimate relationship with God. Reading the Bible should not be something we do only when we are desperate for an answer from God or have no other place to turn. It’s a lifestyle that we all should live.

We’re The World Prayer TEAM! (We’re in this TOGETHER)

We were not created to be alone, we were created to live in fellowship with each other. The Word tells us in Matthew 18:20, “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.” To put it simply, There is power in numbers.

I don’t know about you, but it’s always easier for me to create a habit or build a discipline in my life when I do it with others.

That’s why I’m so excited to launch the World Prayer Team Bible Reading Plan! A simple way for our community to become unified not only in prayer but in the reading and study of The Word.

Here’s How It Will Work.

Simply join the World Prayer Team group on Faithlife.com to subscribe to the plan. You can read through the plan online, on your mobile device (free app, just search Faithlife) or print the year long plan and keep it in your Bible.

 

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Don’t envy sinners, but always continue to fear the Lord. You will be rewarded for this; your hope will not be disappointed. (Proverbs 23:17, 18 NLT) #bible #proverbs #wisdom

Don’t envy sinners, but always continue to fear the Lord. You will be rewarded for this; your hope will not be disappointed. (Proverbs 23:17, 18 NLT)
#bible #proverbs #wisdom