REAP is a simple journaling plan to help you strengthen your faith and draw closer to God everyday

It's easy: read your Bible everyday and journal your thoughts using the REAP format (see below). All you need is a Bible, a pen, a journal or notebook, and the Bible Reading Plan.


 BIBLE READING PLAN

March 2018

1: Deu 25-27; Ps 58
2: Deu 28-30; Ps 59
3: Deu 31-32; Ps 60
4: Deu 33-34; Ps 61
5: Josh 1-5; Ps 62
6: Josh 6-9; Ps 63
7: Josh 10-12; Ps 64
8: Josh 13-16; Ps 65
9: Josh 17-19; Ps 66
10: Josh 20-22; Ps 67
11: Josh 23-24; Ps 68 Pt 1
12: Judg 1-2; Ps 68 Pt 2
13: Judg 3-5; Ps 69 Pt 1
14: Judg 6-8; Ps 69 Pt 2
15: Judg 9-10; Ps 70
16: Judg 11-12; Ps 71
17: Judg 13-16; Ps 72
18: Judg 17-18; Ps 73
19: Judg 19-21; Ps 74
20: Ruth 1-4; Ps 75
21: 1 Sam 1-3; Ps 76
22: 1 Sam 4-7; Ps 77
23: 1 Sam 8-12; Ps 78 Pt 1
24: 1 Sam 13-16; Ps 78 Pt 2
25: 1 Sam 17-18; Ps 78 Pt 3
26: 1 Sam 19-20; Ps 79
27: 1 Sam 21-23; Ps 80
28: 1 Sam 24-27; Ps 81
29: 1 Sam 28-31; Ps 82
30: 2 Sam 1-3; Ps 83
31: 2 Sam 4-6; Ps 84

 

April 2018

1: 2 Sam 7-10; Ps 85
2: 2 Sam 11-12; Ps 86
3: 2 Sam 13-15; Ps 87
4: 2 Sam 16-18; Ps 88
5: 2 Sam 19-21; Ps 89 Pt 1
6: 2 Sam 22-24; Ps 89 Pt 2
7: 1 Kings 1-2; Ps 89 Pt 3
8: 1 Kings 3-5; Ps 90
9: 1 Kings 6-7; Ps 91
10: 1 Kings 8-9; Ps 92
11: 1 Kings 10-11; Ps 93
12: 1 Kings 12-14; Ps 94
13: 1 Kings 15-17; Ps 95
14: 1 Kings 18-20; Ps 96
15: 1 Kings 21-22; Ps 97
16: 2 Kings 1-3; Ps 98
17: 2 Kings 4-5; Ps 99
18: 2 Kings 6-8; Ps 100
19: 2 Kings 9-11; Ps 101
20: 2 Kings 12-14; Ps 102
21: 2 Kings 15-17; Ps 103
22: 2 Kings 18-20; Ps 104
23: 2 Kings 21-23; Ps 105 Pt 1
24: 2 Kings 24-25; Ps 105 Pt 2
25: 1 Chron 1-3; Ps 106 Pt 1
26: 1 Chron 4-6; Ps 106 Pt 2
27: 1 Chron 7-9; Ps 107 Pt 1
28: 1 Chron 10-12; Ps 107 Pt 2
29: 1 Chron 13-15; Ps 108
30: 1 Chron 16-18; Ps 109


REAP FORMAT

R: Read
Read the day’s chapters from the Bible Reading Plan and write down the verse (or passage of verses) that stands out to you the most.
This will be the key passage for the day for you.

E: Explore
Explore the text and write your observations about the passage itself and the surrounding verses, background,
and context of your chosen verse or passage.

A: Apply
Apply what you have learned. Ask yourself, “How will I live differently because of what I have just read and learned?
What is the Holy Spirit highlighting?” Write down your responses and apply God’s Word to your life.

P: Pray
Write out a prayer based on what you have read and learned. Pray it out.
We encourage you to share some of your REAP entries at Connect Group.