I know I’m not alone when I say I’m anticipating a busy August. This month will be full of back-to-school prep of all kinds, and if I’m not intentional, things will fall by the wayside.
That’s why I decided I need a super simple August Bible reading plan. Between the teacher meetings, shopping, and fitting in all of the last drops of summer fun, I’m exhausted just thinking about it.
So, here’s what I’m proposing. For August, I’m committing to reading one verse a day.
*gasp!* How will I ever keep up with this challenge??? Okay, so I know this is really simple, but that’s kind of the point. And I want you to join me!
Easy August Bible Reading Plan
There are 31 days in August. There are 31 verses in Proverbs 31. (Ah, the beauty of those matching numbers…) A lot of us moms are ready to think about simple homemaking, purposeful parenting, slow cooking and everything pumpkin.
All of these things, minus the pumpkins, take me to Proverbs 31. It’s a great passage of scripture to carry us into September.
So for August, let’s read ONE VERSE of Proverbs 31 each day. Are you with me?
If you are, I decided to create a little discussion around each verse on my Facebook page. I’m not up for starting a closed group, and because things are so busy, I wanted to keep this a no-pressure atmosphere. My goal is to pop in every day to start a discussion about our verse.
The FB discussion is contingent on your participation, and I know I’ll have days where I might need your grace. But the Bible reading plan is non-negotiable. I figure I can read one verse a day no matter what. Can you?I'm joining the Proverbs 31 reading challenge this August! Are you with me? #augustPR31 Click To Tweet
So, I’m super excited to see what each verse holds for us. There are a few that make me nervous, and a few that seem deceptively simple, even boring. But I know those won’t be obstacles because God always helps me get to the heart of His word.
It’s going to be awesome! Follow the FB page here and check in Wednesday morning!
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