A sculpture of praying hands next to some trees.

Topical Reading Plan on Faith

Over the last several months I have released a number of reading plans for both the Old and New Testaments. Most of these have been straightforward, with one just reading a number of chapters each day. Having done those, I am now changing my direction for such Bible resources. For this area of the site I will be focusing on shorter topical reading plans for a while. The first of these is concerning faith.

The reason for this is because faith unifies all Christians. We all recognize Jesus as the Son of God and the Lord of our lives. By reading the Scriptures we learn the importance of having faith in His name, knowing that we cannot be justified by the works of the Law.

These truths, and many others, are critical for members of the family of God. Without them, we lack fellowship with God or the cloud of witnesses listed in Hebrews 11. However, if we are a child of God we will look to Jesus as the author and perfecter of faith. 

May we all be encouraged by such words and continue in the Faith. This reading plan leads you through many of these passages over the course of two weeks. You can download a PDF of it by clicking here.

My next two reading plans will be about hope and love. Another reason I decided to put this plan together was because of the last verse in 1 Corinthians 13.

Reading Plan in Brief

The top part of the Topical Reading Plan on Faith.

Name: Topical Reading Plan on Faith
Scripture Focus: Faith
Length: 14 Days
Verses per Day: 10 (average)

Image Used

Sculpture of Praying Hands by Couleur from Pixabay.

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