Each week we will update the reading list and post questions for you to consider after reading.

Week 6

Monday, February 1st – Genesis 33; Mark 4; Esther 9-10; Romans 4

Tuesday, February 2nd – Genesis 34; Mark 5; Job 1; Romans 5

Wednesday, February 3rd – Genesis 35-36; Mark 6; Job 2; Romans 6

Thursday, February 4th – Genesis 37; Mark 7; Job 3; Romans 7

Friday, February 5th – Genesis 38; Mark 8; Job 4; Romans 8

Saturday, February 6th – Genesis 39; Mark 9; Job 5; Romans 9

Sunday, February 7th – Genesis 40; Mark 10; Job 6; Romans 10

Questions to consider:

Why was the meeting of Jacob and Esau such an emotional event? What kinds of things did the outcome of this meeting show? (Genesis 33)

What different kinds of needs did Jesus meet in his encounters with people? (Mark 5)

Who did God say was ultimately responsible for what happened to Job? What can we learn? (Job 2)

How long is man subject to law (v1)? (Think: So what must happen for one to be freed from the law?) (Romans 7)

Why does Jesus ask for their thoughts about His identity, instead of just telling them who He is? (Mark 8)

Describe two reasons Joseph gave for refusing. What does this teach us about the proper motives for our lives? (Genesis 39)

What lessons can we learn regarding our attitude toward the lost? Did Paul pray for people to be saved even if they would not repent? Should we? (Romans 10)

Behind on your reading? Catch up using the links below:

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5