Join us in our daily Bible reading. In five years time we will have read through the whole Bible. Once finished we'll start again! Don't worry about catching up, just start with this week's reading. Come to our Sunday service to unpack more wonderful Biblical truths in the section we are reading. If you miss the Sunday service, no problem. You can always catch up on our YouTube channel.

Weekly Reading Schedule

  • 2022-09-12 to 2022-09-18 The Song of Solomon Chapters 1 - 5
  • 2022-09-19 to 2022-09-25 The Song of Solomon Chapters 6 - 8
  • 2022-09-26 to 2022-10-02 Isaiah Chapters 1 - 5
  • 2022-10-03 to 2022-10-09 Isaiah Chapters 6 - 10
  • 2022-10-10 to 2022-10-16 Isaiah Chapters 11 - 15
  • 2022-10-17 to 2022-10-23 Isaiah Chapters 16 - 20
  • 2022-10-24 to 2022-10-30 Isaiah Chapters 21 - 25
  • 2022-10-31 to 2022-11-06 Isaiah Chapters 26 - 30
  • 2022-11-07 to 2022-11-13 Isaiah Chapters 31 - 35
  • 2022-11-14 to 2022-11-20 Isaiah Chapters 36 - 40
  • 2022-11-21 to 2022-11-27 Isaiah Chapters 41 - 45
  • 2022-11-28 to 2022-12-04 Isaiah Chapters 46 - 50
  • 2022-12-05 to 2022-12-11 Isaiah Chapters 51 - 55
  • 2022-12-12 to 2022-12-18 Isaiah Chapters 56 - 60
  • 2022-12-19 to 2022-12-25 Isaiah Chapters 61 - 66
The Song of Solomon

In ancient Israel everything human came to the expression in words. In the Song, love finds words--inspired words that disclose its exquisite charm and beauty as one of God's choice gifts. The woman's voice of love in the Song suggests that love and wisdom draw men powerfully with the subtlety and mystery of a women's allurements. God intends that such love to be a normal part of marital life in his good creation.


This book is named after the prophet whose message it records. Isaiah wrote during the stormy period marking the expansion of the Assyrian empire and the decline of Israel. He warned the people of Judah that their sin would bring captivity at the hands of the Babylon. Although the fall of Jerusalem would not take place until 586 B.C., Isaiah assumed its demise and proceeded to predict the restoration of the people from captivity. A decree of Cyrus would allow the Jews to return home, a deliverance that prefigured the greater salvation from sin through Jesus Christ. Significantly, Isaiah's name means "The LORD saves."

Isaiah unveils the full dimensions of God's judgment and salvation. The awful judgment unleashed on Israel and all who defy God is called "the day of the LORD." The Lord's kingdom on earth, with it righteous Ruler and his righteous subjects, is the goal toward the book of Isaiah steadily moves. The restored earth and the restored people will conform to the divine ideal, and all will result in the praise and glory of the Holy God of Israel.

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