Reading Plan

Women in the Bible

July 1-2: Eve – Genesis 2:4-25
July 3: Eve – Genesis 3
July 4: Eve – Genesis 4
July 5: Sarah – Genesis 11
July 6: Sarah – Genesis 12
July 7: Sarah – Genesis 16
July 8-9: Sarah – Genesis 17:15-18:15
July 10: Sarah and Hagar – Genesis 21:1-21
July 11: Rebekah – Genesis 24
July 12: Rebekah – Genesis 25:19-35
July 13: Rebekah – Genesis 27
July 14: Leah and Rachel – Genesis 29
July 15-16: Leah and Rachel – Genesis 30:1-24
July 17: Miriam – Exodus 1:22-2:10, 15:19-21
July 18: Zipporah – Exodus 2:11-25, 4:18-26
July 19: Miriam – Numbers 12:1-16
July 20: Deborah – Judges 4
July 21: Deborah – Judges 5
July 22-23: Hannah – 1 Samuel 1
July 24: Hannah – 1 Samuel 2:1-26
July 25: Abigail – 1 Samuel 25
July 26: Wife of Noble Character – Proverbs 31
July 27: Gomer – Hosea 1, 3:1-5
July 28: Elizabeth – Luke 1:1-25
July 29-30: Mary and Elizabeth – Luke 1:26-45
July 31: Mary and Elizabeth – Luke 1:26-45
August 1: Mary and Elizabeth – Luke 1:46-66
August 2: Mary – Luke 2
August 3: Mary – John 2:1-12, 19:25-27
August 4: Mary and Martha – Luke 10:38-42
August 5-6: Mary and Martha – John 11:1-44
August 7: Mary Magdalene – Luke 8:1-3, John 20:1-18
August 8: Woman at the Well – John 4:1-42
August 9: Bleeding Woman – Mark 5:25-34
August 10: Adulterous Woman – John 8:1-11
August 11: Canaanite Woman – Matthew 15:21-28
August 12-13: Lydia – Acts 16:11-15
August 14: Eunice – Acts 16:1, 2 Timothy 1:3-7
August 15: Priscilla – Acts 18:18-28
August 16: Christian Woman – Titus 2

Click Women in the Bible Reading Plan for a printable plan.

Journal it!

Scripture – Open your Bible to the reading found under today’s date. Take time reading and allow God to speak to you, don’t rush. Look for ONE verse that particularly stands out. Write it in your journal.

Observation – What do you think God is saying to you in this Scripture? In your own words record the context of the passage.

Application – Personalize it by asking yourself how this applies to your life right now. Write how God is showing you this Scripture can apply to you today. How will you be different today because of what you have just read?

Prayer – Don’t be worried about getting the words right, just get your heart right! Be sure to listen to what God has to say! Now, write it out.

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