January 22-31, 2015
Scripture Reading: Proverbs 12:25
A Good Word
Working with special needs children I’ve often gone to work feeling tired and worn out even before I’ve started my actual teaching day. It seems my body needed more rest than it got and so it would affect my emotions. That’s normal for most.
However, knowing the background of each child would help me to get my attitude in check or “right” before they entered the classroom. Children are more in tune with feelings and life than we give them credit. They pick up on your feelings and take things to heart. Knowing this, they would often try to encourage the staff with a kind word, and became the “adult” in caring.
A kind word goes a long way. Try practicing Proverbs 12:25 each day and see how a good word makes you feel.
Weekly Memory Verse: Proverbs 12:25 (NKJV)
"Anxiety in the heart of man causes depression,
but a good word makes it glad!"
Readings are from the King James Version and are designed for morning and nightly readings. Daily readings are set up to read through the entire Bible in one year with this schedule.
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Week 4 January 22nd-31st
22) Luke 17; Gen. 29; Psalm 22
23) Gen. 30-31; Psalm 23
24) Luke 18; Psalm 24
25) Luke 19; Gen. 32; Psalm 25
26) Gen. 33-34; Psalm 26
27) Luke 20; Psalm 27
28) Gen. 35-37; Psalm 28
29) Luke 21; Gen. 38; Psalm 29
30) Luke 22; Psalm 30
31) Gen. 39-40; Psalm 31
*Also be sure to read a Proverb a day.
Daily Readings are designed to read through the entire Bible in one year.
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