Join Us in Reading the Bible

OPEN THE BOOK. Join the Saint Lucas community as we take a journey and discover the wonderful readings of the Bible. 

For 40 days between Easter and Ascension Day, we are going to read through the book of Psalms as a Saint Lucas family. Come along for the ride.

 

Reading Schedule

 

April 2-7, 2018

Monday Psalm 1-5

Tuesday Psalm 6-10

Wednesday Psalm 11-15

Thursday Psalm 16-18

Friday Psalm 19-22

Saturday Psalm 23-27

 

April 9-14, 2018

Monday Psalm 28-31

Tuesday Psalm 32-35

Wednesday Psalm 36-38

Thursday Psalm 39-41

Friday Psalm 42-45

Saturday Psalm 46-49

 

April 16-21

Monday Psalm 50-53

Tuesday Psalm 54-57

Wednesday Psalm 58-61

Thursday Psalm 62-65

Friday Psalm 66-68

Saturday Psalm 69-72

 

April 23-28

Monday Psalm 73-77

Tuesday Psalm 78-79

Wednesday Psalm 80-83

Thursday Psalm 84-88

Friday Psalm 89-91

Saturday Psalm 92-96

 

April 30-May 5

Monday Psalm 97-102

Tuesday Psalm 103-106

Wednesday Psalm 107-112

Thursday Psalm 113-118

Friday Psalm 119

Saturday Psalm 120-125

 

May 7-10

 

Monday Psalm 126-134

Tuesday Psalm 135-137

Wednesday Psalm 138-143

Thursday Psalm 144-150

 


Testimonial:

Dear Sister or Brother in Christ,

Perhaps you can identify with the following testimony from a fellow Christian at St. Lucas:

A couple of years ago I read a book that challenged me to read the entire Bible. I had always wanted to do it and had started reading it many times, but I always seemed to let excuses get in the way and never really established a daily pattern to keep it up. To be honest, I was a little intimidated by the length of the Bible, unsure of some of the words I couldn't even pronounce, and just overwhelmed at how to begin. I also thought that because I grew up in a Christian home and went to church and Bible study regularly, I knew my Bible, or at least knew it "enough".

Well.... thanks be to God, two years ago I picked up a One-year Bible and started reading it every day. Each day the reading was divided into sections of God's Word that was manageable for me to read and helped me set a daily pattern. Today, I am almost finished reading through the Bible for the second time and I can't wait to read it again....(each time I read it the Holy Spirit opens my eyes to new understanding!!)

I realized that reading the Bible wasn't as hard as I thought and I can honestly say, I will never be the same.

Yes, I am still a sinner and I daily struggle with the troubles of this earthly life, but now, I am daily reminded of my Savior's love, mercy, and forgiveness, and I am looking forward to the eternal joy of heaven.

God's Word is truly a life-changing gift and even though it took me 40 years to realize that, I am so thankful I picked up my Bible and started reading!

So, can you identify with this struggle? Can you identify with this resolution? Then maybe it's time you OPEN THE BOOK.