Verse of The Day

Bible Reading Plan

Verse of The Day Bible Reading Plan

Day 1: Psalm 103:1–2 

Reflect: What does praising God with “all that I am” look like to you? How is praising God displayed outwardly in your life? How is it shown inwardly? What can you do to never forget his promises?

Day 2: Psalm 34:1–2

Reflect: How often do you “constantly speak his praises?” What is one thing you are grateful to the Lord for today? Ask God to help you find a moment to tell someone today.

Day 3: 1 Chronicles 16:34 

Reflect: “Steadfast” means resolute, firm, and unwavering. Where have you seen evidence of the steadfast love of God in your past? Celebrate and thank him.

Day 4: 2 Corinthians 9:10–11 

Reflect: God gets all the credit! He supplies the seed and the increase so that we can be generous. How can you be generous with what God has given you so that others will be thankful?

Day 5: Psalm 136:1 

Reflect: Read Psalm 136. Notice all the ways the psalmist is grateful. How would you write that psalm? List all of the ways God has been faithful to you.

Day 6: Philippians 1:6 

Reflect: In what area(s) of your life is God still working on you? Where is He challenging you to grow today?

Day 7: 1 Chronicles 28:20 

Reflect: We can be strong and courageous because we know God is always with us. Where do you need to be reminded of this promise in your life today?

Day 8: 1 Corinthians 2:9–10 

Reflect: Through his Spirit we can know the wonderful things God has prepared for us. What has God freely given to you to prepare you for the future He has called you to?

Day 9: Isaiah 43:7 

Reflect: Read Isaiah 43:1-7. If God created Israel for his glory, then how much more responsibility do we have to live a life that glorifies Him? How are you living to glorify God?

Day 10: 2 Corinthians 12:9-10 NLT 

Reflect: Our areas of weakness are the places where we see God’s grace the most. In what areas do you need to acknowledge weakness and receive His strength?

Day 11: Ephesians 5:15–17 

Reflect: You honor God by how you steward your time. In what areas might you be wasting your time? How are you living out God’s will for your life?

Day 12: 1 Corinthians 6:19–20 

Reflect: You honor God by how you steward and care for your body, the temple of the Holy Spirit. How is your health, your weight, and your diet demonstrating your care for God’s temple? In what ways can you be a better steward? What is the price that God paid for you?

Day 13: Romans 12:6–8 

Reflect: You honor God by how you steward your talents. God gives every believer gifts according to his grace. Have you identified your gifts? Are you using those gifts to glorify God? Are you serving with the right attitude and loving others?

Day 14: Matthew 6:19–21 

Reflect: You honor God by how you steward your treasure. What does how you spend and save your money say about where your heart is? What do you need to adjust so you can invest in eternal things?

Day 15: Matthew 6:33 

Reflect: Seeking God’s kingdom should be the aim in all that we do. In what areas of your life do you need to seek him first?