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God created us for relationships. In fact, the greatest commandment—to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind and to love our neighbor as our self—is all about relationships (Matthew 22:36-40). But that’s not exactly easy all the time; relationships are messy and tough. In this plan, you’ll encounter practical Scripture passages that will help you build, maintain, and expand your relationships with God and others.
Why Does God Love Me?5 Days
Questions: When it comes to God, we all have them. Given our comparison-driven culture, one of the most personal questions we may find ourselves asking is, “Why does God love me?” Or maybe even, “How could He?” Over the course of this plan, you’ll engage with a total of 26 Scripture passages—each one speaking the truth of God’s unconditional love for you.
Marriage is a challenging and rewarding relationship, and so often we forget that “I do” is only the beginning. Fortunately, the Bible has much to say about marriage from both the husband’s and wife’s perspectives. The brief Scripture passages you’ll encounter each day of this plan are designed to help you grow in your understanding of God’s design for marriage—and deepen your relationship with your spouse in the process.
Prayers of Jesus5 Days
We recognize the importance of communication in relationships, and our relationship with God is no exception. God longs for us to communicate with him in prayer—a discipline that even His Son, Jesus, practiced. In this plan, you’ll learn from Jesus’ example, and you’ll be challenged to step out of the traffic of life and experience for yourself the strength and guidance prayer provides.
Grief can feel unbearable. Although well-meaning friends and family offer support and encouragement, we often still feel like no one really understands—that we’re alone in our suffering. In this plan, you’ll encounter comforting Scriptures to help you find perspective from God, feel our Savior’s great concern for you, and experience relief from your pain.
Scripture challenges us to seek wisdom above all things. In this plan, you’ll explore several verses each day that speak directly to wisdom—what it is, why it’s important, and how to develop it.
Is seeing believing? Or is believing seeing? Those are questions of faith. This plan offers in-depth study of faith—from Old Testament stories of real people who demonstrated courageous faith in impossible situations to Jesus’ teachings on the subject. Through your readings, you’ll be encouraged to deepen your relationship with God and to become a more faithful follower of Jesus.
Words of Jesus During Passion Week12 Days
This plan is an invitation to walk with the disciples during the Passion Week—the days leading up to Jesus’ death—and experience some of His most dramatic teachings. Each day’s readings are arranged in parallel passages of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John and are filtered chronologically.
Life of Abraham19 Days
As the father of our faith, Abraham took his relationship with God personally. Through chapter-long daily assignments, this plan explores the biblical narrative of Abraham’s life and offers insight into what an active faith in God really looks like. The closing days of the plan include New Testament references to Abraham, inviting us to follow his example of a faith-filled life.
Top Verses to MemorizeOver 1 Year
In Psalm 119:11, we’re encouraged to hide God’s Word in our hearts. Practically speaking, that means memorizing Scripture. Obviously, the Bible is packed with significant teachings we’d like to memorize, so where do we even start? This plan is a compilation of Scriptures that are frequently memorized and often referenced.