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It's important to read the Bible on a regular basis. We want to provide resources to help keep you on track and take your faith from WEEKLY to DAILY. These readings allow you to take a longer look at some of the passages that the teaching pastor referenced during the weekend sermon. Please contact us if you have any questions/issues.

This Week's Readings:

Week 2:        PEACE


            Day 1-  Isaiah 9:2-7

            Day 2-  Luke 1:67-79

            Day 3-  Luke 2:8-14

            Day 4-  John 14:25-27; John 16:33

            Day 5-  1 Peter 3:9-11; Romans 14:17-19


Jesus is called the Prince of Peace.

How is His peace different from the world’s peace?

How has He brought peace in your life?

How can you bring peace in your home and work place this week?



Jesus offers peace with God to all but they need to be invited to Him so they can know that peace.

Think of a person in your life who needs peace and pray for the boldness and opportunity to share Jesus with them.


Jesus, thank you for being my Peace. Show me how I can take Your peace into my world this week and help me pursue the things that make for peace. Let me rest in Your peace. Amen.

Last Week's Readings:

Week 1:        HOPE


            Day 1- Psalm 2:6-9; Isaiah 9:2-7

            Day 2- Isaiah 2:2-5

            Day 3- Isaiah 7:14; Hebrews 10:23

            Day 4- Psalm 130

            Day 5-Romans 5:1-5; 1 Peter 3:15


How do the Scriptures describe the hope we have in Jesus?

What does it mean to know that Jesus is your hope?


Claim the hope of Christ for an area of doubt, confusion, or darkness that exists in your life right now.

Who in your life needs to know the hope of Jesus? Pray for them and for the boldness to share the hope you have in Jesus.


Jesus, you are my hope. I can trust you. Your words are true. Your promises are certain. You came to rescue my heart, and you will return again! In the waiting, give me hope. Thank you that my life has purpose because you fulfilled yours. This advent season, I choose to walk with hope and to wait on you. Amen.


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