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Week 135

Week 135


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 946

Read Psalm 31

Read Colossians 1

Who writes the letter to the Colossians?

Why does Paul thank God for the Colossians?

From what do their faith and love spring?

Where is the Gospel bearing fruit?

What does Paul pray for regarding the Colossians?

What sort of life does Paul pray that the Colossians would live?

From where has God rescued us?  To where has He brought us?

Who is the image of the invisible God?

Who created all things?

How are all things held together?

Over what is Jesus the head?

How has Jesus made peace?

Why were the Colossians alienated from God at one time?

What is the mystery that was hidden for ages, but is now revealed to the saints?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 947

Read Psalm 32

Read Colossians 2

Why is Paul struggling hard for those he has not even met?

What does Paul delight in regarding the Colossians?

On what does hollow philosophy depend?

How were the Colossians circumcised?

How have the Colossians been raised?

When did God make you alive in Christ?

How did God make them alive?

Regarding what shouldn’t we allow others to judge us?  Why?

Concerning what false humility ought a person to be on their guard?

Why don’t we need to follow the basic principles of this world?

Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 948

Read Psalm 33

Read Colossians 3

On what are we to set our hearts?  On what are we not to set our hearts?

Where is your life hidden?

When will you appear in glory?

What are we to put to death?

Why is the wrath of God coming?

With what are we to clothe ourselves?

How are wives, husbands, children, fathers, and slaves to live?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 949

Read Psalm 34

Read Colossians 4

How are employers to treat their workers?  Why?

For what are we to pray?

Why is Paul sending Tychicus?

Who with Paul sends their greetings?  Whom does Paul ask to be greeted?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 950

Read Psalm 35

Read 1 Thessalonians 1

Who is writing this letter?

For what is Paul thankful regarding the Thessalonians?

How was it clear that the Lord had chosen these Thessalonians?

How were the Thessalonians a model to all the believers in Macedonia and Achaia?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 951

Read Psalm 36

Read 1 Thessalonians 2

How had Paul and his companions been treated in Philippi?

Who is Paul trying to please with the Gospel message he preaches?

From whom was Paul looking for praise?

What did Paul and those with him share in addition to the Gospel?

How did Paul work among the Thessalonians?

Of what are the Thessalonians witnesses?

How was the Word received by the Thessalonians?

What did the Thessalonians suffer when they received the Word?

Why was Paul unable to visit the Thessalonians?

What is Paul’s glory in the presence of the Lord Jesus when He comes?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 952

Read Psalm 37

Read 1 Thessalonians 3

Why was Timothy sent to visit?

What report regarding the Thessalonians did Timothy bring?

What is Paul’s prayer for the Thessalonians?


Week 134

Week 134


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 939

Read Psalm 24

Read Amos 3

Whom did God choose out of all the nations?

Who causes disaster to come to a city?

To whom does the Lord reveal His plans?

Who does not know how to do right?

How will Israel be saved?

What will be torn down and destroyed when the Lord punishes Israel for her sins?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 940

Read Psalm 25

Read Amos 4

Why does the Lord call these women cows?

How will the Lord treat these women?

About what do the Israelites boast?

Why did the Lord give the Israelites empty bellies?

Why did the Lord withhold rain?

How did the Lord try to restore the Israelites to Himself?

Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 941

Read Psalm 26

Read Amos 5

How many will be left after they march out?

Whom are the Israelites to seek for life?

How are justice and righteousness treated?

How are the poor treated?  What will happen because of this?

Why does the prudent man keep quiet?

Why will there be wailing and mourning?

How does the Lord describe the day of His coming?

How does God feel about the assemblies and sacrifices of His people?

Why is the Lord going to send the people into exile?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 942

Read Psalm 27

Read Amos 6

Who will be among the first to go into exile?  Why?

How will the Lord oppress the wicked of Israel?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 943

Read Psalm 28

Read Amos 7

Why did Amos cry out after the locusts stripped the land of its crop?  How did the Lord react?

From what else did the Lord spare the land?

Which places were going to be destroyed?

What message did Amaziah send to Jeroboam?

What was the work of Amos before the Lord made him a prophet?

What would happen to Amaziah?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 944

Read Psalm 29

Read Amos 8

What will happen in the temple on the day of the Lord?

How had the rich been cheating the Lord and the poor?

Why will the people of the land mourn?

What will happen in that day?

What famine will come upon the land?

Who will fall, never to rise again?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 945

Read Psalm 30

Read Amos 9

What is to be brought down on the heads of the people?  What will happen to those who are left?

Will anyone be able to hide on that day?

How does the Lord show His power and the glory of His name?

Who will die by the sword?

What will the Lord restore in the day of disaster?

Whom will the Lord restore?  What will the restoration be like?

Week 133

Week 133


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 932

Read Psalm 17

Read 2 Corinthians 12

To where was a man in Christ caught up?

Why will Paul only boast about his weaknesses and refrain from boasting about himself?

Why did God give Paul a thorn in his flesh?

How did the Lord answer when Paul asked that the thorn would be taken away?

Why does Paul delight in weaknesses, persecutions, and difficulties?

Why should the Corinthians have commended Paul?

Were the Corinthians exploited by Paul or Titus or anyone in their company?

What is Paul afraid that he will find when he returns to Corinth?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 933

Read Psalm 18

Read 2 Corinthians 13

Who will not be spared on this third visit from Paul?

For what are the Corinthians to test and examine themselves?

What is Paul’s prayer for the Corinthians?

Why has the Lord given Paul authority?

Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 934

Read Psalm 19

Read Joel 1

What have the locusts done?

Why are the drunkards going to weep?

Who has invaded the Lord’s land?

What has been cut off from the house of the Lord?

Why are the farmers in despair?

Who is to mourn in sackcloth?

What will the day of the Lord bring?

Why are the animals in distress?

What happened to the water in the land?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 935

Read Psalm 20

Read Joel 2

Why are they to sound the alarm?

How does the large and mighty army come?

What is this army like?

Who is at the head of this army?

What does the Lord want the Israelites to rend instead of their garments?

To Whom are the people to return?

Who is to be gathered for a sacred assembly – a holy fast?

When will the Lord take pity on His people?

Why are the people to be unafraid?

What will the people know because of the Lord’s goodness to them?

On whom will the Lord pour out His Spirit afterwards?

What wonders will the Lord show before the day of the Lord?

Who will be saved?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 936

Read Psalm 21

Read Joel 3

Who is the Lord going to judge when He restores the fortunes of Judah?

How will the nations be repaid for what they have done?

What is great among the nations?

What will life be like for God’s people in the day of His deliverance?

What will the Lord do with the bloodguilt of Israel?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 937

Read Psalm 22

Read Amos 1

When does Amos write?

What happens to the pastures of the shepherds?

What will happen in Damascus?

Why is the Lord’s wrath being poured out against Gaza?

How will Tyre be punished for her betrayal?

What will happen to Edom?

What did Ammon do to merit God’s wrath?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 938

Read Psalm 23

Read Amos 2

Why is the Lord going to send fire against Moab?

What has Judah done to bring God’s wrath against them?

What are the sins of Israel?

How had the Lord been generous to Israel?

Who will not escape on the day of the Lord’s vengeance?

Week 132

Week 132


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 925

Read Psalm 10

Read 2 Corinthians 5

Why do we groan now on earth?

What deposit has God given us as a guarantee of what is coming?

Why are we confident?

What is our goal?

How will we be judged when we appear before God?

For Whom should we live?

What does Paul implore the Corinthians to do?

What did God make His sinless Son to be?  Why?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 926

Read Psalm 11

Read 2 Corinthians 6

What day is upon us?

Describe the service of Paul to God and to the saints.

In light of his service and affection for the Corinthians, what request does Paul make of them?

With whom are believers not to be yoked together?

What are we?

Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 927

Read Psalm 12

Read 2 Corinthians 7

From what are we to purify ourselves?

How does Paul feel about the Corinthians?

Why was Paul’s joy greater than ever, even though he was hard pressed on every side?

How did Paul’s letter hurt the Corinthians?  Why doesn’t he regret that?

What does Godly sorrow bring?

Why was Titus so happy?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 928

Read Psalm 13

Read 2 Corinthians 8

What welled up in rich generosity among the Macedonian churches?

How did the Macedonian Christians give?

How has Jesus made us rich?

How does Paul want to bring about equality?

How does Paul seek to avoid any criticism in the way that the offering is handled?

How are the Corinthians to receive the men being sent to them?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 929

Read Psalm 14

Read 2 Corinthians 9

How were the Macedonians stirred to action?

Why does Paul want the Corinthians to be ready with the offering?

With what attitude should each person give?

What kind of giver does God love?

In what will we abound?

Why will God make them rich in every way?

What is the benefit of the service and offering that the Corinthians are giving?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 930

Read Psalm 15

Read 2 Corinthians 10

With what weapons does the Christian fight?

What is Paul ready to punish once the Corinthian Christians are brought to obedience?

Of what were Paul and those with him being accused by some?

In Whom should we boast?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 931

Read Psalm 16

Read 2 Corinthians 11

Of what is Paul afraid for the Corinthians?

To whom is Paul not inferior?

How has Paul kept himself from being a burden to the Corinthian church?

Why does Paul want to cut the ground out from those who want to be considered equal to him and those with him?

How are the “super-apostles” treating the Corinthians?

What does Paul “boast” about?

Week 131

Week 131


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 918

Read Psalm 3

Read 1 Corinthians 14

Which gift should be especially desired?

What effect do the words of the prophet have?

What should those who speak in tongues pray that they are able to do?

Why are the rest not edified when someone speaks in a tongue and there is no interpretation?

For whom are tongues a sign?

How will people most people react to speaking in tongues?  How will they react to prophecy?

What instructions does Paul give about orderly worship?

How should everything be done?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 919

Read Psalm 4

Read 1 Corinthians 15

By what are you saved?

What did Paul pass on as of first importance?

How did God show incredible grace to Paul?

What is the purpose of faith if there is not resurrection of the dead and Christ has not been raised?

Who brought dead?  Who brought life?

Who is the last enemy to be defeated?

With what kind of body are the dead raised?

Whose likeness will we bear in heaven?

When will we be changed?  How quickly will the change happen?

From where does the victory come?

To what should we always give ourselves fully?

Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 920

Read Psalm 5

Read 1 Corinthians 16

What instructions does Paul have regarding the offering?

Why does Paul plan to stay at Ephesus for a time?

With whom is Paul expecting to meet up?

Whom should the Corinthians expect for a visit?

To which men does Paul give recognition?

Who sends their greetings to the church?

Whom does Paul curse?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 921

Read Psalm 6

Read 2 Corinthians 1

Who is writing this letter?  To whom is this letter addressed?

In what does God comfort us?  Why?

What flows over into our lives?

Why is Paul’s hope for the Corinthians firm?

What hardships did Paul and those with him suffer in the province of Asia?  Why?

How do the Corinthians help Paul?

How did Paul conduct himself with the Corinthians?

Whom will Paul be boasting about on the Day of the Lord?

What is the answer to all of God’s promises?

What seal has God set on us?

Why did Paul wait to return to Corinth?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 922

Read Psalm 7

Read 2 Corinthians 2

Why did Paul write his first letter?

Whom ought the Corinthians to forgive now?

To whom is the Gospel the fragrance of life?  Death?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 923

Read Psalm 8

Read 2 Corinthians 3

How do the Corinthians serve as “letters” of Paul?

From where does our competence come?

Which ministry will be even more glorious than the ministry of Moses?

Why are we very bold in our ministry?

How only is the veil of unbelief taken away?

Into Whose likeness are we being transformed?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 924

Read Psalm 9

Read 2 Corinthians 4

Why do we not lose heart?

To whom is the Gospel veiled?  Why?

Why is the treasure of the Gospel in jars of clay?

Why do we carry around the death of Jesus in our bodies?

What causes thanksgiving to overflow?

What are our light and momentary troubles achieving for us?

Week 130

Week 130


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 911

Read Proverbs 27

Read 1 Corinthians 7

Why is it good for people to get married?

How does each the spouse fulfill their marital duty to the other?

What instructions does God give about divorce?

What place should everyone retain?

What advice does God give to virgins?

Why shouldn’t we be engrossed with the world?

How are the interests of a married person divided?

If the one spouse dies, what is the living spouse free to do?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 912

Read Proverbs 28

Read 1 Corinthians 8

What does knowledge do?  What does love do?

Who is known by God?

How many gods are there?

How are the consciences of the weak defiled?

Of what do the strong of conscience need to be conscious?

Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 913

Read Proverbs 29

Read 1 Corinthians 9

What rights does Paul have as an apostle?

What rights did Paul not make use of?

What is Paul’s reward for preaching the Gospel?

Why does Paul make himself a slave to everyone?

How has Paul become all things to all people?

How should we run our earthly race?

Why does Paul beat his body and make it his slave?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 914

Read Proverbs 30

Read 1 Corinthians 10

What happened to most of the Israelites, even though they were nourished with the same spiritual food and drink?

What did they do that we should not do?

Why did these things happen?

What will the Lord provide when you are tempted?

From what should you flee?

With what is the cup and the bread a participation?

Who is one body?

To whom are the sacrifices of pagans offered?

Whose good should people seek?

Why can the believers eat anything in the market without question?

Why shouldn’t a believer eat something if the person offering it says it has been sacrificed to an idol?

What are you to do to the glory of God?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 915

Read Proverbs 31

Read 1 Corinthians 11

Who is the head of man?  Who is the head of woman?  Who is the head of Christ?

Why should a Corinthian woman cover her head when she prayed?

Where did woman come from?  Why was woman created?

From whom is man born?

Where does everything come from?

Why do the Corinthian meetings do more harm than good?

Why do there have to be differences among them?

What are the Corinthians doing when they get together?

Who is guilty of sinning against the body and blood of the Lord?

How should a person prepare for communion?

What happens to the person who eats and drinks without recognizing the body and blood of Christ?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 916

Read Psalm 1

Read 1 Corinthians 12

How only can one say that Jesus is Lord?

Why is the manifestation of the Spirit given?

What are some of the different gifts the Spirit gives?

How has God arranged the parts of the body?

Who is the body of Christ?

Which gifts should be eagerly desired?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 917

Read Psalm 2

Read 1 Corinthians 13

What is a person without love?

Describe love.

What is the greatest gift?

Week 129

Week 129


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 904

Read Proverbs 20

Read Daniel 12

Who will arise at that time?

Who will be delivered from the time of distress?

What will those who awake from death wake up to?

What is Daniel to do with the words of this scroll?

What did the men on the banks of the river ask the man in linen who was above the river?

When would these things come to pass?

What will be done to many (v. 10)?  What will the wicked continue to be?

What advice is given to Daniel?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 905

Read Proverbs 21

Read 1 Corinthians 1

Who writes the book of 1 Corinthians?

To whom does Paul address this letter?

Why does Paul always thank God for the Corinthians?

How have the Corinthians been enriched?

Who will keep them strong?

What appeal does Paul make of the Corinthians?

How were the Corinthian Christians divided?

What did Christ send Paul to do?

To whom is the message of the cross foolishness?  To whom is it the power of God?

What do we preach?

Think of what you were when you were called.

Why did God choose the foolish, weak, lowly, and despised things of the world?

Why are you in Christ?

In Whom should we boast?

Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 906

Read Proverbs 22

Read 1 Corinthians 2

What did Paul resolve to know when he came to the Corinthians?

What did Paul’s message and preaching demonstrate?

What message is spoken among the mature?

How does God reveal this message to us?

Who only knows the thoughts of God?

Why has God given us His Spirit?

Who does not accept the things that come from God?

Whose mind do believers have?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 907

Read Proverbs 23

Read 1 Corinthians 3

Why did Paul have to address the Corinthians as worldly and give them milk?

How do they show that they are still worldly?

Who are Paul and Apollos and Cephas?

Who makes faith grow?

What foundation did Paul lay by God’s grace?

How will the work of each man be revealed on the Last Day?

Where does God’s Spirit live?

What will God do to those who destroy His temple?

What is the wisdom of this age in the sight of God?

What belongs to you because you are of Christ?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 908

Read Proverbs 24

Read 1 Corinthians 4

How should men regard Paul and the other pastors?

Who judges Paul?

Until what time ought we wait to judge?

What does, “Do not go beyond what is written,” mean?

How does it seem that God has put the apostles on display?

What does Paul warn the Corinthians to do?

What will Paul do when he comes to the Corinthians?


Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 909

Read Proverbs 25

Read 1 Corinthians 5

What kind of sexual immorality is reported among the Corinthian Christians?

What should have been done with the man who was practicing this immorality?

To whom are they to hand this man over?

Why is he to be handed over?

What old yeast are we to get rid of?

With whom are the Corinthians not to associate?

Whom are we to judge?  Whom should we not judge?



Through My Bible in Three Years: Day 910

Read Proverbs 26

Read 1 Corinthians 6

Before whom should the believers take their cases against one another?

How do the lawsuits among the believers show that they have been defeated?

Who will not inherit the kingdom of God?

For what is the body meant?

With Whom are our bodies members?

What do two become when they engage in sexual intercourse?

Why are we to flee from sexual immorality?

To Whom do we belong?  Why?