Exodus Reading

“The divine revelation in the Scriptures is progressive, unfolding and developing book by book and chapter by chapter. The sixty-six books of the Bible were written over a period of approximately sixteen hundred years. During this long period, God did not speak once for all at one specific time. Rather, He spoke to His people progressively, time after time, over a long period. In Colossians 1:25 Paul said that he was made a minister according to the economy of God “to complete the word of God.” At the time of Paul, God’s revelation in the Scriptures had not been completed. Thus, there was the need for Paul to take up the burden to speak and to write in order to complete the Word of God. It is John’s writing in the book of Revelation, however, that marks the completion of the divine revelation in the Scriptures. Because the revelation is complete, we are warned neither to add to nor to take away from the words of God’s revelation (Rev. 22:18-19). Now that God’s progressive revelation in the Scriptures has been completed, no one is permitted to add anything to it. What we need to do today is to read, study, and even search the Bible progressively book by book. Having completed the life-study of Genesis, we come now to the book of Exodus…” (Life-Study of Exodus Message 1).

  • Reviews and Tests

Date Review for Mesg# Review for Mesg# Test for Mesg#
1/25 – 2/7 97 – 98 (English)  99 – 100 (English)  97 – 100 (English)
2/8 – 2/21 101 – 102 (English)  103 – 104 (English)  101 – 104 (English)
2/22 – 3/6 105 – 106 (English)  107 – 108 (English)  105 – 108 (English)
3/7 – 3/20 109 – 110 (English)  111 – 112 (English)  109 – 112 (English)
3/21 – 4/3 113 – 114 (English)  115 – 116 (English)  113 – 116 (English)
4/3 – 4/16 117 – 118 (English)  119 – 120 (English)  117 – 120 (English)
4/17 – 4/30 121 – 122 (English)  123 – 124 (English)  121 – 124 (English)
5/1 – 5/14 125 – 126 (English)  127 -128 (English)  125 – 128 (English)
5/15 – 5/28 129 – 130 (English, Chinese)  131 – 132 (English, Chinese)  129 – 132 (English)
5/29 – 6/11 133 – 134 (English, Chinese)  135 – 136 (English, Chinese)  133 – 136 (English)
6/12 – 6/25 137 – 138 (English, Chinese)  139 – 140 (English, Chinese)  137 – 140 (English)
6/26 – 7/9 141 – 142 (English, Chinese) 143 – 144 (English, Chinese)  141 – 144 (English)
  • Second Term

Date Review for Mesg# Review for Mesg# Test for Mesg#
7/20 – 8/2 49 – 50 (English) 51 – 52 (English) 49 – 52 (English)
8/3 – 8/16 53 – 54 (English)  55 – 56 (English)  53 – 56 (English)
8/17 – 8/30  57 – 58 (English)  59 – 60 (English)  57 – 60 (English)
8/31 – 9/13 61 – 62 (English)  63 – 64 (English)  61 – 64 (English)
9/14 – 9/27 65 – 66 (English)  67 – 68 (English)  65 – 68 (English)
9/28 – 10/11  69 – 70 (English)  71- 72 (English)  69 – 72 (English)
10/12 – 10/25 73 – 74 (English)  75 – 76 (English)  73 – 76 (English)
10/26 – 11/8 77 – 78 (English)  79 – 80 (English) 77 – 80 (English
11/9 – 11/22 81 – 82 (English) 83 – 84 (English  81 – 84 (English)
11/23 – 12/6 85 – 86 (English) 87 – 88 (English  85 – 88 (English)
12/7 – 12/20 89 – 90 (English)  91 – 92 (English)  89 – 92 (English)
12/21 – 1/3 93 – 94 (English) 95 – 96 (English) 93 – 96 (English)
  • First Term

Date Review for Mesg# Review for Mesg# Test for Mesg#
1/11-1/24  1 – 2 (English) 3 – 4  (English)  1 – 4 (English)
1/25-2/7 5 – 6 (English)  7 – 8 (English)  5 – 8 (English)
2/8-2/21 9 – 10 (English)  11 – 12 (English)  9 – 12 (English)
2/22-3/8 13 – 14 (English)  15 – 16 (English)  13 – 16 (English)
3/9 – 3/22 17 – 18 (English)  19 – 20 (English)  17 – 20 (English)
3/23 – 4/5 21 – 22 (English)  23 – 24 (English)  21 – 24 (English)
4/6 – 4/19 25 – 26 (English)  27 -28 (English)  25 – 28 (English)
4/20 – 5/3 29 – 30 (English)  31 – 32 (English)  29 – 32 (English)
5/4 – 5/17 33 -34 (English)  35 – 36 (English)  33 – 36 (English)
5/18 – 5/31 37 – 38 (English)  39 – 40 (English)  37 – 40 (English)
6/1 – 6/14 41 – 42 (English)  43 – 44 (English)  41 – 44 (English)
6/15 – 6/28 45 – 46 (English)  47 – 48 (English)  45 – 48 (English)