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For Advent we are recommending Desiring God’s Advent book by John Piper. You can find a link here for a free pdf download: http://www.desiringgod.org/books/the-dawning-of-indestructible-joy

We will have a new reading plan starting in January.


Reading Plan for Acts
We desire for you to have real and lasting growth in your relationship with Jesus. We hope that hearing sermons on Sundays is a helpful way to grow your knowledge of the Bible and deepen your love for Jesus. As an additional resource, we’ve created a reading plan to go along with the sermons from the book of Acts. Acts is a fast moving, exciting narrative that covers the first thirty (plus) years of the church following the ascension of Jesus and the coming of the Holy Spirit. The story continues today as we carry on the mission Jesus gave His followers to take His message of redemption to the world until He returns.
We want this reading plan to aid in your understanding of what’s taking place in Acts. We’ve included two readings for each week in addition to the text for that week’s sermon. The readings attempt to help you see how scripture informs scripture and that the Bible is telling one grand story in the midst of many smaller stories. We’ve included Old Testament readings because the various speeches and sermons in the first part of Acts include lots of history. In the latter half, we’ve connect Paul’s story in Acts to the letters he wrote that make up much of the New Testament. Our recommendation is that you take these passages and read them prayerfully and carefully.  You can read them by yourself or aloud with your family. You can read them with an LTG group. Your GC leaders will also give you an opportunity to ask questions and discuss what you’re reading. We’ve provided suggestions below about what passages to work through during different parts of the week. Ideally, on Monday through Wednesday, you would read through the first passage, and do the second for the remainder of the week.
HOW THE READING PLAN WORKS: The Readings 1 & 2 are intended to give you some background for the coming Sunday’s sermon. Read them, along with the sermon text, to prepare your heart for Sunday mornings.
Part 2
Monday, January 7 – Sunday, January 13
Sermon Text 

Sermon: Acts 8: 26-40
Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch
Reading 1 

Isaiah 53: 1-12
This is the passage the Eunuch was reading
Reading 2 

Matthew 3: 1-17
Because the Eunuch was baptized, here is Jesus’ baptism
Monday, January 14 – Sunday, January 20
Sermon Text 

Sermon: Acts 9: 1-19
Saul’s conversion to following Jesus
Reading 1 

Philippians 3: 1-16
Saul/Paul’s own story of his conversion
Reading 2 

I Timothy 1: 12-20
Another account by Saul/Paul
Monday, January 21 – Sunday, January 27
Sermon Text
Sermon: Acts 9: 20-31
Saul faces persecution
Reading 1
John 15: 18-27
Jesus reminds his followers to expect mistreatment
Reading 2
Matthew 14: 1-14; Matt. 11:11
John the Baptist dies in prison, comparison to Saul’s persecution
Monday, January 28 – Sunday, February 3
Sermon Text
Sermon: Acts 9: 32-43
God works miracles through Peter
Reading 1
Mark 2: 1-12
Jesus heals a paralyzed man
Reading 2
I Kings 17: 8-24
God has been doing healing miracles throughout history
Monday, February 4 – Sunday, February 10
Sunday, February 10th
Sermon: Acts 10: 1-33
Peter has a vision
First Reading
Genesis 41: 1-41
Joseph interprets dreams (God speaks through dreams)
Second Reading
Matthew 15: 10-20
Jesus talks on the theme of Peter’s vision
Monday, February 11 – Sunday, February 17
Sunday, February 17th
Sermon: Acts 10: 34-48
Salvation is available to all
First Reading
Gen. 12: 1-3; Romans 15: 8-13
Genesis: Abraham’s call shows that God always intended to extend salvation to all
Romans: Reiterates this idea
Second Reading
Ephesians 2: 11-22
Saul/Paul speaks to a half Jewish, half non-Jewish audience
Part 1
Sunday, October 28th 

Sermon: Acts 5: 1-16
First Reading 

John 16: 4-15
Second Reading 

Psalm 139
Sunday, November 4th 

Sermon: Acts 5: 17-42
First Reading 

John 9: 1-11 (rest of ch. if you want)
Second Reading 

Philippians 2: 1-11
Sunday, November 11th 

Sermon: Acts 6
First Reading 

I Timothy 3: 8-13
Second Reading 

Exodus 18
Sunday, November 18th 

Sermon: Acts 7 (part 1)
First Reading 

Genesis 12: 1-6
Second Reading 

Exodus 3
Sunday, November 25th 

Sermon: Acts 7 (part 2)
First Reading 

Exodus 32: 1-26
Second Reading 

Deut. 30: 6, Ezekiel 36: 20-27