The Bible I'll be reading for January is the Revised Standard Version. I'll be using my own bible reading plan. Old Testament: Mondays are for the books of the law, Tuesdays for history books, Wednesdays for wisdom books, Thursdays for major prophets, Friday for minor prophets. New Testament: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for the four gospels and the book of Acts, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for the epistles. I *can* read in the OT on the weekends, but this is "free" reading. Sundays are free as well, I can read as much as I want, wherever I want.
In February, I'm considering choosing a New Testament epistle to read the MacArthur way--30 days in a row.
In Foundations, I'd like to get through the first eight messages.
- What is Theology?
- Scope and Purpose of Theology
- General Revelation and Natural Theology
- Special Revelation
- Inspiration and Authority of Scripture
- Infallibility and Inerrancy
- Scripture and Authority
I'd like to read ten Spurgeon Sermons
- Adoption--The Spirit and the Cry
- The Sweet Uses of Adversity
- Fallen Angels a Lesson to Fallen Men
- The Ascension of Christ
- The Blessings of Full Assurance
- The Day of Atonement
- The Old, Old Story
And read through January in Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon
© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible