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Week 3: 1-2 Corinthians, Galatians, Romans
1 and 2 Corinthians (days 11-13) address a number of problems facing a dysfunctional church in a cosmopolitan city.
Paul wrote Galatians (day 14) to refute the claim that Gentile Christians had to observe Jewish customs in order to be
saved. In his letter to the Romans (day 15), Paul insists the good news of Jesus is for everyone, Jew and Gentile.
Day 11 p. 117-126 read until “…I too have the spirit of God.” (1 Cor ch 1- ch 7:40)
Day 12 p. 126-137 read until the end of 1 Corinthians (from Ch 8- Ch 16)
Day 13 p. 139-153 read until the end of 2 Corinthians (Ch1 - Ch 13)
Day 14 p. 155-163 read until the end of Galatians
Day 15 p. 165-177 read until “…the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans Ch1-Ch 8)
Week 4: Romans, Colossians, Ephesians, Philemon, Philippians, 1 Timothy, Titus, 2 Timothy
The rest of Paul’s letters address various challenges facing churches in different parts of the Roman Empire. These letters, which are presented in the order they were most likely written, also include Paul’s personal correspondence with three individuals: Philemon, Timothy, and Titus.
Day 16 p. 177-188 read until the end of Romans (ch8-ch16)
Day 17 p. 189-195 read until the end of Colossians
Day 18 p. 197-210 read until the end of Philemon
Day 19 p. 211-226 read until the end of 1 Timothy
Day 20 p. 227-238 read until the end of 2 Timothy