Power of a Whisper Reading Plan

God is speaking! Do you have ears to hear and hands to respond? Do you need some help in that area?

Community UMC in Debary will be hosting the Power of a Whisper Campaign September 11- October 8, 2011. The four week campaign includes worship services and small group discussions based on Bill Hybels’ book of the same name. For more information or to view the sermons online, go to www.cumcdebary.org

The following reading plan is designed to accompany the campaign. You’re invited to read along, keep a journal, and join the online discussion on this blog. Each week begins on a Sunday with the readings used for the sermon. Click here: Power of a Whisper Reading Plan

As you read, you are encouraged to use the SOAP Method for keeping a spiritual journal, as taught at New Hope Christian Fellowship in Hawaii. For more information on this simple and powerful way of engaging the Word of God, please click here or use the simple instructions provided in the reading plan itself.

S = Scripture
Read the Bible passage for the day. Copy the verse which catches your attention word for word into your journal.

O = Observation
Write a brief description of what is going on in the passage you read.

A = Application
Write about how your life will be different today because of what you have read.
• Lessons to be learned
• Examples to be followed or avoided
• Promises to be claimed and enjoyed
• A character trait of God revealed

P = Prayer
Write out a prayer for yourself and others based on what you read today.

I look forward to hearing from you as you hear from God and respond to that whisper.
– Lisa <><


3 thoughts on “Power of a Whisper Reading Plan

  1. My girls (11 & 7) and I read devotionals every night at bed-time, and through the Whisper series for the next few weeks, we will be using the daily readings suggested as our devotional. I love today’s scripture reading, 1 Samual, Chapter 3. It showed my girls that God not only speaks, but speaks to children, as well! This was very exciting to them! I love to watch them get excited about God, and excited about the Bible, and I’m excited to see how the Whisper series comes to life in my family!

  2. Pingback: Whisper Day 4: Elijah in the Cave | Turning the Word

  3. Pingback: Whisper Day 2: Little Samuel | Turning the Word

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