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Following Jesus Through The Gospels: July

27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me.”

–Jesus (John 10:27)

Each day read the assigned portion from one of the New Testament Gospels.

Then based on what you read in the passage ask yourself these three questions:

1) What does Jesus want me to know in this passage?

2) What does Jesus want me to believe in this passage?

3) What does Jesus want me to do in this passage?

 

Think through each day’s reading by focusing on asking yourself about the reading:

What does it say?

What does it mean?

What does it mean to me?

The best way to get the most out of the daily reading is to jot down your insights in a notebook or journal.

July

  • July 1: Luke 3:1-10
  • July 2: Luke 3:10-22
  • July 3: Luke 3:23-38
  • July 4: Luke 4:1-13
  • July 5: Luke 4:14-21
  • July 6: Luke 4:22-30
  • July 7: Luke 4:31-37
  • July 8: Luke 4:38-44
  • July 9: Luke 5:1-11
  • July 10: Luke 5:12-16
  • July 11: Luke 5:17-32
  • July 12: Luke 5:33-39
  • July 13: Luke 6:1-11
  • July 14: Luke 6:12-19
  • July 15: Luke 6:20-26
  • July 16: Luke 6:27-36
  • July 17: Luke 6:37-45
  • July 18: Luke 6:46-7:10
  • July 19: Luke 7:11-17
  • July 20: Luke 7:18-35
  • July 21: Luke 7:36-50
  • July 22: Luke 8:1-8
  • July 23: Luke 8:9-15
  • July 24: Luke 8:16-25
  • July 25: Luke 8:26-39
  • July 26: Luke 8:40-48
  • July 27: Luke 8:49-56
  • July 28: Luke 9:1-9
  • July 29: Luke 9:10-17
  • July 30: Luke 9:18-27
  • July 31: Luke 9:28-36
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