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Descriptive sheets

Memorization verses

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Adapted Bible Program (ABP) 12-22
by Standing 4 Christ Ministry

This space keeps the reader in perfect ​connection with the Word of God

Jesus answered: "It is written: Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word which proceeds out of the mouth of God." "

( Matthew 4: 4, KJV 21 )

This is a great place to tell your story and give people more insight into who you are, what you do, and why it’s all about you.

May this book of the law not depart from you! Meditate on it day and night to act faithfully in accordance with all that is written therein, for then you will be successful in your undertakings, then you will be successful.  (Joshua 1 :8, KJV21)

Context of the program

To grow in faith in Jesus Christ can be an illusion if one thinks of doing so without His word. A grown and mature Christian is the product of a life led by the inspired Word of God. However, it is in the Word that we learn to please God, to pray, to lead a holy and blameless life before God. In this sense, the S4C team wants to encourage those who claim to be disciples of Jesus Christ to lead a Christocentric life.

Therefore, to start the program, please consult the appropriate designed schedule.


  • For the 12-14 calendar, click here .

  • For the 15-22 schedule, click here .

Reading the New Testament will allow the following:

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

- Discover each book that composes it;

- Highlight interesting verses;

- Memorize the verses and passages of your choice (see resources: verses to memorize);

- Select difficult verses for personal research (see resources: 5 minutes with Jean Mary Saint Paulin).


Rules of participation:

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

- Sign the reading engagement;

- Evaluate yourself, after reading each book, by answering the appropriate questionnaire;

- Access the appropriate resources on each book.

Some Tips for Staying True to Daily Bible Reading

Every good project begins with a decision and sacrifice. To do this, the S4C team advises the reader the following:

  • First of all, respect the signed reading commitment. Serious people respect their commitment and sacrifice themselves to stay true to it.


  • Second, follow the proper schedule so you don't get lost in the reading.

  • Third, make Bible reading your daily priority.

  • Fourth, reading the Bible during your regular prayer times: early in the morning before you leave home comes in handy for the rest of the day (or take advantage of your free time to read, if the opportunity arises).


  • Finally, get together with one or more people to read the Bible.

Hoping that these tips will be very useful, the S4C team wishes everyone a safe and rewarding reading journey!

The daily and regular reading of the Bible remains and remains a spiritual struggle. To do this, you have to discipline yourself and have conviction. In this way, the S4C team suggests that the reader:

  • Define a daily reading time slot.

  • Keep the calendar handy to check off the appropriate boxes after each reading.


  • Arrange your mind to stay focused on reading.


  • Pray before reading each portion of scripture.

  • Read the Bible with the intention of listening to God speak.

  • Always have the concern to share your reading with one or more people.

Attitudes to adopt for effective and beneficial reading on a daily basis

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