Our Gospel Bytes schedule

Nibbling from the gospels each day. Join us in this life-changing adventure!

 


 

January 20. Matthew 26:26-30. The Lord’s Supper

January 21. Matthew 26:31-35. Jesus predicts Peter’s denial

January 22. Matthew 26:36-46. Jesus prays at Gethsemane

January 23. Matthew 26:47-56. Jesus is betrayed and arrested

January 24. Matthew 26:57-68. Jesus stands before the religious leaders

January 25. Matthew 26:69-75. Peter denies Jesus

January 26. REST (Sunday)

 

January 27. Matthew 27:1-2. They bring Jesus before Pilate

January 28. Matthew 27:3-10. Judas takes his own life

January 29. Matthew 27:11-14. Pilate questions Jesus

January 30. Matthew 27:15-20. They want Barabbas, not Jesus

January 31. Matthew 27:21-26. Pilate permits the death sentence

February 1. Matthew 27:27-31. The soldiers torture Jesus

February 2. REST (Sunday)

 

February 3. Matthew 27:32-44. They crucify Jesus

February 4. Matthew 27:45-56. Jesus dies

February 5. Matthew 27:57-61. They bury his body

February 6. Matthew 27:62-66. They guard the tomb

February 7. Matthew 28:1-10. Jesus has risen from the grave and is alive!

February 8. Matthew 28:11-15. The religious leaders conspire against the truth

February 9. Review Matthew 26:26 to Matthew 28:15

 


 

February 10. Matthew 28:16-20. Jesus commands us to go make disciples of all nations

February 11. Mark 1:1-8. John the Baptist prepares the way

February 12. Mark 1:9-11. John baptizes Jesus

February 13. Mark 1:12-13. Jesus is in the desert for forty days

February 14. Mark 1:14-15. Jesus begins his ministry in Galilee

February 15. Mark 1:16-20. Jesus calls his first disciples

February 16. REST

February 17. Mark 1:21-28. Jesus casts out a demon

February 18. Mark 1:29-31. Jesus heals Simon’s mother-in-law

February 19. Mark 1:32-34. Jesus heals many people

February 20. Mark 1:35-39. Jesus departs Capernaum

February 21. Mark 1:40-45. Jesus heals a man of leprosy

February 22. Mark 2:1-12. Jesus heals a paralyzed man

February 23. Review Matthew 28:16-20 and Mark 1:1 to Mark 2:12

 


Unless otherwise noted, all Bible quotations on this page are from the World English Bible and the World Messianic Edition. These translations have no copyright restrictions. They are in the Public Domain.