Daily Bible Reading Plan

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S.O.A.P. is short for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer.
This is an easy to remember guide that you can use daily to help you get the most out of your personal devotion time. Consider it your daily "washing of the mind" with the Word of God.

Here's what you'll need:

Choose a Bible translation that is easy for you to understand.

Journal & Pen
A journal is simply a notebook of your choice where you can write down what God shows you in His Word. Take notes on what He is saying to you and use it as a tool of reflection, for both now and later. There are great apps to help with journaling, too.  Pastor David prefers Evernote.

Bible Reading Plan
You can download the Victory Reading Plan here. We also offer the reading plan in bookmark form for free. Just stop by the Information Center to pick one up. It's one chapter per day.
Scroll to the bottom of the page to view the bookmarks online.

Separate Note Pad
It never fails. While you're trying to focus on your personal devotion time, your list of reminders for the day will start creeping into your mind. Instead of letting them interrupt your time with God, jot them down and set them aside to come back to later.

Place & Time
Lastly, it's helpful to set a specific time and place where you meet God each day. If you know when and where you plan to "meet God," you are more likely to show up.
He will certainly be there waiting for you.

Once you're ready to get started, simply use the S.O.A.P. acrostic to go through your daily reading this way:

S for Scripture
Take time reading and allow God to speak to you. As you read, you're going to notice that a certain verse(s) stands out to you. Highlight, underline or place a mark in the margin of your Bible next to that scripture(s). When you are done reading the entire passage, reread the verses you marked, and choose one that particularly spoke to you that day. Write it in your journal.

O for Observation
What do you think God is saying to you in this verse? Ask God to teach you and reveal Himself to you as you read. Paraphrase this scripture in your own words and write it down in your journal.

A for Application
Personalize what you have read by asking yourself how it applies to your life right now. Perhaps it is instruction, encouragement, revelation of a new promise, or corrections for a particular area of your life. Write down how this Scripture can apply to you today.

P for Prayer
Bring your devotional time to a close with prayer. This can be as simple as asking God to help you use this Scripture, or it may be a greater insight on what He may be revealing to you. Remember, prayer is a two-way conversation, so be sure to listen to what God has to say!

That's it! S.O.A.P. It's as simple or deep as you want it to be. A great way to continue growing in your walk with God is by taking what you learn in your devotion time and sharing it with others.

*The S.O.A.P. method is a guide for personal study and journaling that is widely used by many churches. It was adapted from the book, Divine Mentor by Pastor Wayne Cordeiro, Lead Pastor of New Hope Church in Honolulu, Hawaii.

There’s huge value in modeling prayer and Bible reading to our kids. We want to help encourage this throughout the week by keeping it fun, and simple. So, we’ve created S.U.D.S. a simple method for personal devotion designed for kids and their families.

Here’s how it works:

Each month, your kids are given a daily Bible-reading bookmark that takes a shorter passage from our “grown-up” Bible Reading Plan. Kids are taught on Sunday to study their daily Scripture using the S.U.D.S. method:

S “See it”
Read the verse(s) for that day; take time to SEE what God has to say to you.

U “Understand It”
Talk with your parents and think about the verse until you understand it.

D “Do It”
Think about how you can DO IT. God doesn’t just want us to read His Word, He wants us to live it out!

S “Share It”
Share what you’ve learned with your friends and family; encourage them to read God’s Word too.

That’s it! Grown-ups use our S.O.A.P. study guide...and Kids use S.U.D.S.! And when they complete their Bible Reading plan for the week, they get to trade their bookmark in for a Bring it! buck on Sunday. It’s easy, and fun! You can start today.







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