Bible reading plan

February Bible Reading Plan

Here we are at the end of January 2023 already!

Our Bible reading plan for January has been to read one chapter of the gospel of Matthew each day – see – January Bible Reading Plan – If you missed it or the days seemed to pass by too quickly you can read Matthew in February by reading only one chapter each day. There are 28 days in February and 28 chapters in Matthew.

The Bible Reading Plan for February is to read only one Psalm. Well, it is a very long Psalm! Read eight verses from Psalm 119 each day for 22 days. Since there are 28 days in the month that will leave us with 6 extra days.

For those who missed reading Matthew, consider reading both Matthew and Psalm 119 in February

Psalm 119

This psalm is an acrostic poem, the stanzas each begin with successive letters of the Hebrew alphabet. Also, the verses of each stanza begin with the same letter of the Hebrew alphabet. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet and 22 stanzas in Psalm 119.

Eight verses a day for 22 days out of the 28 days of February make this a good Bible passage for scripture writing.

Bible Study and Scripture Writing ideas

  • Choose one verse each day to study
  • Choose one verse each day to memorize
  • Write eight verses (one stanza) each day to write all of Psalm 119

How sweet are Your words to my taste,

Sweeter than honey to my mouth!

– Psalm 119:103

This Psalm has an important theme running through the 176 verses. It’s all about love for the Word of God. Isn’t Psalm 119 a great choice to read, study and write? I do hope you will join me in February.

Let’s ignite our passion for God’s Word!

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