Bible Reading Plan
Â What is S.O.A.P.?
S.O.A.P. stands for Scripture, Observation, Application and Prayer. It is a way of getting more out of your time in God’s word.
|January 1st||Gen 1-2; Luke 1|
|January 2nd||Gen. 3-5; Luke 2|
|January 3rd||Gen 6-8; Luke 3|
|January 4th||Gen 9-11; Luke 4|
|January 5th||Gen 12-14; Luke 5|
|January 6th||Gen 15-17; Luke 6|
|January 7th||Gen 18-19; Luke 7|
|January 8th||Gen 20-22;Luke 8|
|January 9th||Gen 23,- 24; Luke 9|
|January 10th||Gen 25-26; Luke 10|
|January 11th||Gen 27- 28; Luke 11|
|January 12th||Gen 29- 30; Luke 12|
|January 13th||Gen 31-33; Luke 13|
|January 14th||Gen 34-36; Luke 14|
|January 15th||Gen 37-38; Ps. 7; Luke 15|
|January 16th||Gen 39-41; Luke 16|
How does it work?
It’s quite simple. When you sit for your daily quiet time read the bible as you normally would with one simple difference. Underline or make note of any verses that jump out at you with special significance. This is the basis for diving deeper and using S.O.A.P.
Â Scripture – Type in the verse or verses that stuck out to you in your reading. You can show the verses and even have them read to you with the click of a button. No copying and pasting blocks of text.
Â Observation – What did you observe about the scripture that struck you. This can be one sentence or a whole book.
Â Application – How can you apply the observation so that it affects your life today.
Â Prayer – Write out a prayer to God based on what you just learned and ask him to help you apply this truth in your life.
Thatâ€™s all there is to it!