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Mama and me Bible reading plan: Week 3
This week we are moving into studying the two major kings, Saul and David, and the writings of David and Solomon, as well as major prophets. I’ve chosen a few of my favorites Psalms and Proverbs and touched on a few of the prophet’s writings. Feel free to read a few of your favorite Psalms and Proverbs with your children, if they are different from the ones I’ve included in the reading plan!
Day 15: King David – 1 Samuel 16 & 17, 2 Samuel 1 & 2
What does God say about what He looks at in people? What does that tell us about how we should view people and treat them?
David refused to lift a hand against Saul because he was God’s anointed king. What does this tell you about honor?
Day 16: Psalms – Psalm 1, 8, 9, 15, & 139
Psalm 1:1 says “Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers.” What do you notice about the verbs (action words) in this verse? What message do you think King David was trying to convey?
What does Psalm 15 say about who may live on God’s holy mountain?
Day 17: Proverbs – Proverbs 1, 3, 12, 25, 31
In Proverbs 1:7, what does Solomon say is the beginning of wisdom?
What do Proverbs 3:5 & 6 say? How does that apply to the world we are living in today?
Day 18: Isaiah – Isaiah 1 & 61
Does Isaiah 61:1 sound familiar to you? Can you find where else this verse is quoted in the New testament?
Day 19: Jeremiah – Jeremiah 1 & 23
We’ve read two stories of men who had similar responses to the call of God, Moses, and Gideon. What excuses did they give as to why they were not appropriate choices to lead God’s people? What was Jeremiah’s response when God called him in verse 5. (verse 6) What does God say about someone’s age in relation to serving him? (Hint: look in 1 Timothy 4)
Who is the Righteous Branch Jeremiah is talking about in 23:5?
Day 20: Daniel – Daniel 1 & 6
Why do you think the royal food would have defiled Daniel and his friends?
What stood out to you about the story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den?
Day 21: Jesus’ birth – Luke 1 & 2:1-40
Why was Zechariah not able to speak until after John was born?
Why was Joseph afraid to take Mary as his wife?