This 260 Plan is five days a week by design. Weekends are great to catch up and for additional reading. Each weekend the plan features additional reading and study options. 

Acts 1:8, 1 Corinthians 4:20
Memory Verses

Week 6

God Saves Noah

The story of the flood is about more than just the consequences of sin. Though the whole world rejected God’s way, Noah and his family escaped by grace.

Genesis 7:11-8:14, 1 Peter 3:20-22

Genesis 7:11-8:14

Discovery Question Ideas

  • Where did all the water come from?
  • Where do we see kind after kind?
  • How long did the flood itself last?
  • Where do we see that same number of days in Jesus’ life?
  • What cause the waters to recede?
  • When did Noah open the window?

1 Peter 3:20-22

Discovery Question Ideas

  • Peter compares the flood to what?
  • What did God do while Noah built the ark?
  • What saved Noah?
  • What saves us with Baptism?

The story of Noah is a symbol of water baptism for a Jesus follower. We are rescued out of the world of sin. Baptism testifies that grace is complete and our conscience is clear before God!

Disciple Trait To Put Into Action!

Passionate Worshipers.

We’re not shy about our praise!

Scripture quotes:

“…speaking about the great things God has done… praising God… walking and leaping and praising God… rejoice and praise… singing hymns to God…”

This is God we are worshiping here!

  • Is my praise showing?

Additional Study:

Matthew 5:11-12 | Luke 10:21 | Acts 2:11, 47, 3:8, 13:48, 16:25 | Philippians 4:4 | 1 Peter 1:8

About This Plan

This plan is not designed to be read alone, but studied and discussed with other believers.

If you fall behind, don't worry about it. Catch up as much as possible, or just start fresh on a new day. It's more important to enjoy reading than to check off a to-do list. The plan is scheduled Monday through Friday to give two days of extra reading or to catch up on missed days. There are also additional reading and study options for the weekend.

This yearly plan will take you through the New Testament twice a year, and the Old Testament once a year. It's also divided into sections for those with different reading goals. Families might read Jesus Said and the Gospel sections together. If you are just getting started and seem overwhelmed, try as much as you can, but it's okay to only read one or two sections to start with.