Posted by: heisourstrongtower | February 1, 2013

THE NEW TESTAMENT 93-DAY CHRONOLOGICAL READING PLAN – Day 1 Assignment

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New Testament Bible Reading Plan
Day 1

Bible Reading Plan

Today we are going to be reading Luke 1 and John 1:1-14.

Before you begin reading spend some time in prayer, asking God what He wants to reveal to you through this journey of the New Testament. Invite Him into your quiet time and ask Him to open your eyes, your heart and your mind to His word. Pray also for the other women who are traveling with us on this 90 day plus journey through the New Testament.

The following questions are strictly optional and are posted here only to enhance your study for today.

Questions to answer for Luke 1…
Luke specifically addressed his gospel to whom? (3)

Why did Luke write? (4)
What were the names of John the Baptist’s parents? (5)
What is said concerning the age of his parents? (7)
What other miracles occurred in the events surrounding his birth? (7,11,15,20)
What did the angel prophesy concerning John’s reputation, character and mission? (15-17)
What was the name of the angel? (19)
What happened to Zacharias because he doubted? (20-22)
What was the name of the angel that announced the birth of Jesus? (26)
What is said concerning the character of Mary? (27-28)
What was Mary to call her son? (31)
What prophecy was made concerning Jesus? (32-33)
What is said concerning the manner of conception? (35)
What phrase indicates Mary’s submission to the word of God? (38)
Explain the difference between “mother of my Lord” and “mother of God”. (43)
How can one magnify the Lord? (46) (Consider the definition of magnify)
What happened to Zacharias when he wrote of his son “His name is John”? (64)
What did Zacharias prophesy concerning his son? (76-79)Study questions for John 1:1-14
Study questions for John 1:1-14
1. What does John say about the Word?

2. Of what value is light? Compare the Son of God to the sun of our Earth.

3. What important truths does John tell about John the Baptist?

4. What does Jesus do for those who receive Him?

5. Why do you think John insisted “the Word became flesh.”

Day 1 Bible Reading Plan

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