All Scripture Points to One Shepherd

This anguished prayer of David parallels and fulfills the passion of Christ; it’s the most quoted Psalm of the NT: Psalm 22…

Thinking about what this means: The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing (Ps. 23:1). I am the good shepherd… (John 10:11)…

If David called the Lord his shepherd, and Jesus claimed to be the one true good shepherd, did David not know Jesus? Is not JC the Lord of all and for all of time?

Psalms 22-24 #DailyBibleReading

Text 40FOR40JOHN to 44222 to Receive The Writings of John Reading Plan

Now, it’s easier than ever to download a 40For40 (40 verses for 40 days) Bible reading plan!

If you’re in the U.S., just text 40FOR40JOHN to 44222, follow the instructions and you’ll be able to immediately download The Writings of John reading plan.

The plan will take you through John’s Gospel, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John, plus the book of Revelation in just 40 verses a day over a 40 day period.

This plan will help you develop a habit of daily Bible reading while deepening your spiritual connection with God to bless and enrich your life.

Text 40FOR40JOHN to 44222 and begin reading God’s word in bite-size chunks today!

If you’re not in the U.S., or want more information…

Click here for more information on everything included with this 40For40 Bible reading plan.

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“I have put my hope in his word.” Psalm 130:5

International Day of the Bible

Today, November 24, 2015 is International Day of the Bible as announced by YouVersion: “Remember to join us at noon (your local time) to read, listen, or watch passages from the Bible together. And be sure to share the Word you’re enjoying on your Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or other social media. Use #BibleCelebration in your posts to help your Friends and followers discover this special day.”