Have you ever wanted to study John’s epistles using a reading plan that’s made-for-you?
Over the last ten months, hundreds of women in the One Thing Alone global community and in my local church have poured over the Gospel of John together, and it was a beautiful experience! I just loved hearing the insights and aha moments from those who tried inductive Bible study for the first time to those who’ve been studying for years.
Truly, God’s Word is living and active, and each time we read we discover new gems that make us love and worship Jesus more. What a blessing!
Now that the Gospel of John study is over, many are wondering, “What’s next?”
What better place to turn than John’s Epistles: 1, 2, and 3 John!
Known as the “apostle of love,” John’s Gospel was filled with beautiful snapshots of personal encounters with Jesus, and now we get to see how that influences our relationships with God and those around us in his three pastoral letters.
But even if you didn’t get to join us for our last reading plan, let me encourage you to jump into John’s Epistles reading plan. Based on his short letters (two of them more like postcards, LOL), the daily readings are short and easy, which makes this the perfect Bible reading plan to kick off your summer!
Here’s what we’ll be reading each week:
Week 1: 1 John 1:1-2:6
Week 2: 1 John 2:7-28
Week 3: 1 John 2:29-3:24
Week 4: 1 John 4:1-21
Week 5: 1 John 5:1-21
Week 6: 2 John 1-13
Week 7: 3 John 1-15
Week 8: Reflection Week
If you’re a member of myOneThingAlone, check your inbox and member’s dashboard for your daily reading plan printable as well as the private Facebook group for daily discussion threads and weekly live videos.
If you’re not a member of myOneThingAlone, you’re still welcomed to join us as we read together. I’ll be posting insights and devotional prompts to Facebook and Instagram, so follow along and post your photos using #OTAJohnsEpistles so we can encourage each other on!
How to Use John’s Epistles Bible Reading Plan
There are LOTS of ways to study the Bible, and I encourage you to find one that suits your worship personality type! Here are just a few ideas:
- Read the week’s passage each day that week, jotting down new insights as you re-read over and over again
- Try studying a few verses at a time using the FEAST inductive method
- Write out the passage, either all at once or a few verses each day
- Use the Simply Bible framework to study the passage
- Try your hand at Bible Journaling, using colors and art media to record what you learn
- Listen to the passage each day using an audioBible (this one is my favorite)
Will you join us as we go through John’s Epistles reading plan together?
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