Day 6: Mark 8 – 13

Jesus fed the masses. He caused the lame to walk and the blind to see, but that all pales in comparison to the resurrection that not only happened, but was foretold by Him. Jesus revealed His glory to His followers, He always does in one way or another, and yet we still struggle to follow Him, don’t we? We get wrapped-up in ourselves and our own agenda, we want to be great, and yet it’s only when we come as children that we sit at the feet of our Lord. Think about how Jesus came into Jerusalem, Triumphant! And then think of just a few days later “crucify!” We’re so fickle. Jesus will return, but no-one knows the day or the hour. We should always be ready, looking for that miracle, as little children, wide-eyed and optimistic.

Day 7: Mark 14 – Luke 2
Day 8: Luke 3 – 8
Day 9: Luke 9 – 13
Day 10: Luke 14 – 21
Day 11: Luke 22 – John 2
Day 12: John 3 – 8
Day 13: John 9 – 15
Day 14: John 16 – Acts 1
Day 15: Acts 2 – 8
Day 16: Acts 9 – 15
Day 17: Acts 16 – 21
Day 18: Acts 22 – Romans 1
Day 19: Romans 2 – 10
Day 20: Romans 11 – 1Corinthians 6
Day 21: 1Corinthians 7 – 15
Day 22: 1Corinthians 16 – 2Corinthians 12
Day 23: 2Corinthians 13 – Ephesians 4
Day 24: Ephesians 5 – Colossians 4
Day 25: 1Thessalonians 1 – 1Timothy 6
Day 26: 2Timothy 1 – Hebrews 6
Day 27: Hebrews 7 – James 2
Day 28: James 3 – 1John 1
Day 29: 1John 2 – Revelation 4
Day 30: Revelation 5 – 22
Day 31: Pray and prepare for 2018!!!

About John Harris

I don’t know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.

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