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Daily reflections

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

God saw that it was good: Genesis 1.1–31 (Day 1)

God saw that it was good: Genesis 1.1–31 (Day 1)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

The Garden of Eden: Genesis 2.1–25 (Day 2)

The Garden of Eden: Genesis 2.1–25 (Day 2)

Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.

Genesis 3: Human nature revealed (Day 3)

Genesis 3: Human nature revealed (Day 3)

The Bible's first two chapters paint a picture of God's creation in harmony: people, living creatures and the natural world all fit perfectly together.

Genesis 4: The power of evil (Day 4)

Genesis 4: The power of evil (Day 4)

The Bible's first two chapters paint a picture of God's creation in harmony: people, living creatures and the natural world all fit perfectly together.

Acts 5 (Day 5)

Acts 5 (Day 5)

The first part of this chapter contains one of the most troubling stories in Acts. Believers named Ananias and Sapphira are drawn to the new Church, and along with many others sell land and donate the proceeds. But they lie, saying they've given ever...

Acts 6: How conflict shows us who we are (Day 6)

Acts 6: How conflict shows us who we are (Day 6)

Acts 6 is a story of conflict. As ever, the Bible is entirely realistic about human nature. Even in those early, heady days, believers fell out. The leaders in the new Church – the Apostles – spoke Aramaic. But in Jerusalem there were many Jews f...

Acts 7: Truths that are hard to hear (Day 7)

Acts 7: Truths that are hard to hear (Day 7)

Acts 7 tells the story of the first martyr. Stephen, whose face 'looked like the face of an angel' when he was brought to trial, gives the Sanhedrin a history lesson, outlining in forensic detail – as a Jew speaking to fellow-Jews – all the ways ...

Acts 8: The Spirit is not for sale (Day 8)

Acts 8: The Spirit is not for sale (Day 8)

The death of Stephen in the previous chapter marks the beginning of the first great persecution of the Church, in which the man who was to become the Apostle Paul played a leading part. Scattering the believers led to the spreading of the gospel, tho...

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