Topical Reading Plan on Love

A close-up of a sculpture showing Jesus carrying His cross. In the photo, His cross is over His left shoulder and He is looking toward the right. His right hand is near eye level and on the left side of the image.

It is safe to say that love is an extremely important topic in the New Testament. Multiple chapters discuss it at length, one of which is 1 Corinthians 13. In that text, the apostle Paul even goes so far as to say that love is greater than faith and hope. I have already prepared plans for both of those topics. Today I am finishing this series with the concept of love.

Topical Reading Plan on Hope

An illustration of Jesus walking out of His tomb.

Continuing through our series of reading plans based on the end of 1 Corinthians 13, we now come to hope. At first glance, it may seem very similar to faith. Surprisingly, it is distinct from that. Although the two words are sometimes used in the same context, hope is actually found far fewer times in the New Testament. It is also used for different reasons.

Topical Reading Plan on Faith

A sculpture of praying hands next to some trees.

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.