Week Thirty-one: The Son of Man


  • Recite or sing/chant Psalms 130 and 131 (I suggest you memorize these two Psalms)
  • Moment of Silence

 Presence (through the Scripture)

  • Psalm reading (select from below):
    • Morning: Psalm 31
    • Noon: Psalm 83
    • Vespers: Psalm 119:81-88
    • Night: Psalm 145
  • Moment of silence
  • Scripture readings:
    • Monday: Mark 1:1-13
    • Tuesday: Mark 1:14-39
    • Wednesday: Mark 1:40-2:12
    • Thursday: Mark 2:13-22
    • Friday: Mark 2:23-3:6
  • Moment of silence


  • Prayers of thanksgiving and petition
  • Journaling and silent reflection
  • Close with the “Lord’s Prayer”


 Try to take an extended time this week to sit down and read through the entire book of Mark in one-three sittings. Read it like you would read through any other book. Try to get a “feel” for the overall point of the book and the structure.

 Ask yourself the following questions (and ask these questions during your daily readings):

            -What resonates with me in this book (or individual text)?

            -What confuses or bothers me?

            -What draws me to this person, Jesus?

            -What confuses, bothers, or frightens me about this person, Jesus?

            -What does this person, Jesus seem to be calling me to do? To be?



About Darryl Willis

Darryl has been working for non-profits for over 36 years. His current work takes him to Ukraine several times a year. He has fallen in love with the country and the people. Darryl writes poetry and his work has appeared in several online and print journals.
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