Bible Reading Plan for When the Cares of This World are Many
Are you overwhelmed with the cares and burdens of this world? Then check out this FREE topical Bible reading plan.
In order to stay consistent with reading my Bible, I need to have a plan. A plan keeps me accountable, gives me something to look forward to, and just helps me stay focused overall.
Reading our Bibles and knowing what our Bible says is important. I talk a lot about the need for Bible literacy in my free eCourse, 4 Lies We Believe that Keep Us from Changing. You can check that eCourse out here.
Are you carrying the cares of this world on your shoulders right now?
Lately, I’ve found that my prayers are more and more pleading in nature. I’m tired and weary. Circumstances and difficulties consume my thoughts, and I’m finding it harder and harder to cast my cares upon the One who holds the universe in His hands.
Let’s confess our sins together and ask the Lord to help us:
Oh, Heavenly Father, we confess that we are so easily shaken. We live in luxury and self-indulgence. We want our fruit now, our harvest yesterday. We are busy and impatient about many things. Our Martha hearts need a Mary perspective. Lord, forgive us.
We are so grateful that Your Kingdom can never be shaken. Help us to offer to you, Father God, an acceptable worship, with reverence and awe, for God, you are a consuming fire. Consume us, Lord, with Your truth.
Let us not grow weary of doing good. Quiet our hearts in You. Teach us to observe all that You have commanded us, and behold, we trust that You are with us always. Our enemy is not You. You, King Jesus, are our advocate with the Father. Help us to be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Help us to give thanks in all circumstances, and open the eyes of our hearts to hear from You as we behold You in Your Word.
We are committed to laying down our weapons today, and picking up the sword of truth. Wash us with Your Word!
For When the Cares of This World are Many Bible Reading Plan
I have found that reading pointed scriptures addressing my temptations head on always helps turn my eyes back to Jesus. Therefore, I thought a topical bible reading plan for when the cares of this world are many would be a helpful.
To get the Bible reading plan in printable format, you’ll just need to tell me where to send it.
May we be women who seek Him in truth, casting all our cares upon Him because He truly does care for us.
For When the Cares of This World Are Many Bible Reading Journal
If you’re interested, we have created a companion JOURNAL to go with the reading plan!
This beautiful printable journal is meant to guide you through the 21-day Bible reading plan.
It gives you question prompts and space to journal your own thoughts as you read and meditate on what God’s Word says about our troubles.
- 21-days of Scripture passages on troubles
- Daily questions to guide your reading
- Room to journal your responses to each question
- A focused plan to guide you into a deeper understanding of our troubles and how we can cast our burdens on Him
The plan is FREE, but you can find the Companion Journal in the Intentional by Grace store.
Click HERE to checkout the For When the Cares of This World Are Many Companion Journal.
I love your Bible reading plans! I was wondering how you choose which verses to add to the plan?
Rachel, I’m so glad you like the plans. I shared a post a while back on how I go about creating the plans. You can use the method to create plans on whatever you desire to study! Here’s the link to the post: https://intentionalbygrace.com/how-to-create-your-own-topical-bible-reading-plan/
I’ve been meaning to check this out and am finally printing it out tonight. Thank you!
This is good. I like how after you read each passage that you ask yourself different questions to ensure that you are comprehending the material. Great information, thanks for sharing!
Wow! Thank you for sharing all of these and the pointers here. I love the idea of having a sheet that you can check off!
Do you have a plan for when you are distracted and need to regain focus? Or is this one pretty much the same thing?
When I’m distracted and need to regain focus in my Bible reading, I usually turn back to Psalms. I really like the book, Praying the Bible, by Donald Whitney. I follow his method of not just praying the scriptures but use it for simple reading. For example, today is October 23rd. So, I will read Psalm 23, then add 30 until I’ve reached the end of Psalms. This way I can read through all the Psalms in a month’s time. So, Psalm 23, 53, 83, 113, and 143 would be my reading for today. I’ve found this simple method a great way to just get back in the Word when I’m struggling to concentrate or do anything in depth. Hope that helps!
thank you so much for being a servant to our Lord, that you share your resolutions ,in getting threw these stuff times with the help of the gospel and a daily plan. thanks ,so much…Eddy