Below is a 28-day reading plan in the book of Hebrews leading up to Easter. You can download the reading plan, with a daily question for adults and a daily question for kids, here. It includes a weekly practice to put something off and put something on during this Lenten season. (To receive these updates daily, you can subscribe by clicking the Follow button on the left-column.)
To deepen our study of Hebrews together, and in light of many churches cancelling some of their services and ministries, I’m also planning on providing a daily post with additional thoughts and questions for study and application. I hope this can be one small way to keep us connected to one another and encourage getting into God’s Word. I’d love to have you join us and even correspond by sharing what you’re learning in the comments section.
RECOMMENDED RESOURCES ON HEBREWS
- Commentaries & Bible-Studies: Commentary on Hebrews by Thomas Schreiner; Hebrews: A 12-Week Study by Matt Capps; Better: A Study of Hebrews by Jen Wilkin; Hebrews by Richard Phillips; Hebrews by Ray Stedman; Hebrews: An Anchor for the Soul by Kent Hughes; Hebrews (NIV Application Commentary) by George Guthrie; The Epistle to the Hebrews by Gareth Cockerill
- God’s People in the Wilderness by O. Palmer Robertson
- The Bible Project video overview of Hebrews.
- “Introduction: Themes and Background” at thegospelcoalition.org
|Monday 3/16||Hebrews 1|
|Monday 3/23||Hebrews 4:14-16|
|Monday 3/30||Hebrews 8:1-7|
|Monday 4/6||Hebrews 11:1-16|
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