Grow Your Patience with Our 30 Day Bible Reading Plan

30 Day Bible Reading Plan on Patience

Pastor Duke Taber

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Patience is a vital aspect of the Christian life, as it helps us to trust in God’s timing, endure trials, and treat others with kindness and understanding. This 30 day Bible reading plan explores the theme of patience through various passages in both the Old and New Testaments.

Patience Bible Reading Plan

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1Psalm 40:1-3Waiting patiently for the Lord and trusting in His deliverance.
2Proverbs 14:29A patient person shows great understanding and wisdom.
3Proverbs 15:18A hot-tempered person stirs up strife, but a patient person calms conflict.
4Ecclesiastes 7:8-9Patience is better than pride, and controlling one’s temper is wise.
5Isaiah 40:28-31Waiting on the Lord and finding strength in His everlasting power.
6Lamentations 3:25-26The Lord is good to those who wait for Him and seek Him.
7Hosea 12:6Returning to God, maintaining love and justice, and waiting on Him constantly.
8Matthew 18:21-35The parable of the unforgiving servant and the importance of patience and forgiveness.
9Luke 8:11-15The parable of the sower and the seed that falls on good soil, producing fruit with patience.
10Luke 21:19Gaining life through patient endurance in the face of persecution.
11Romans 5:1-5Tribulations produce perseverance, character, and hope through God’s love.
12Romans 8:22-25Waiting patiently for the redemption of our bodies and the hope of glory.
13Romans 12:12Rejoicing in hope, being patient in tribulation, and continuing steadfastly in prayer.
14Romans 15:1-7Bearing with the weaknesses of others and pursuing patience for mutual edification.
151 Corinthians 13:4-7Love is patient, kind, and endures all things.
16Galatians 5:22-23Patience as a fruit of the Holy Spirit.
17Galatians 6:9Not growing weary in doing good, knowing we will reap in due time if we don’t lose heart.
18Ephesians 4:1-3Walking worthy of our calling with all lowliness, gentleness, and patience.
19Colossians 1:9-12Being strengthened with patience and long-suffering with joy.
20Colossians 3:12-13Putting on patience as part of the new self and bearing with one another.
211 Thessalonians 5:14-15Being patient with all, seeking to do good, and not repaying evil for evil.
222 Thessalonians 3:5May the Lord direct our hearts into the patience of Christ.
231 Timothy 1:15-17Paul’s example of receiving mercy and patience from Christ Jesus.
242 Timothy 2:24-26The Lord’s servant must be patient when wronged and gently correct others.
25Hebrews 6:11-15Imitating those who through faith and patience inherit the promises.
26Hebrews 10:35-39Not casting away our confidence, but enduring with patience to receive the promise.
27James 1:2-4Counting it all joy when facing trials, knowing that testing produces patience.
28James 5:7-11Being patient in suffering, like the farmer waiting for the precious fruit of the earth.
292 Peter 3:8-9God’s patience in delaying judgment, desiring all to come to repentance.
30Revelation 13:10The call for the patience and faith of the saints in the face of persecution.

As you read through these passages, ask God to cultivate patience in your heart and to help you trust in His timing and purposes. Reflect on areas of your life where you need to exercise more patience and pray for the strength to do so.

All Scripture references are from the New King James Version (NKJV) of the Bible.

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