Elijah: devoted, but fearful, prophet. Threatened because of your beliefs, would you stand or run?
Solomon: gets to ask God for his heart's desire! What would your answer be?
Samuel: (note: the schedule does not specify a chapter to read - suggest Chaps 1, 3 and/or 7) given to the Lord by his mother in thanks for his birth. To what length would/could you go to thank God for his blessings?
Josiah: purged the land of remnants of idol worship and caused the people of Israel to repent, and God spared him from witnessing the fall of Jerusalem. What would you have your legacy be, as a disciple of Christ?
Hezekiah: a faithful, but flawed follower. What do you consider your strongest character asset? Your weakest?
Elisha: cures a powerful military leader, but not according to his expectations. Have you ever surprised someone with the manner in which you worship God?
Daniel: stayed true to his faith while serving diligently as a captive (and often threatened) in a strange land. Have you resisted the temptation to compromise your faith in order to "fit in" or avoid bullying/danger?
Isaiah: called by God in a most spectacular way. Has God spoken to you in dazzling spectacle or a still. small voice . . . or both?
Jeremiah: used dramatic means to try and draw Judah and Jerusalem back to God, often at great personal expense. How do you witness? Dramatically? Quietly?
Gideon: ever tentative and unsure of God's presence with him, despite repeated assurances. Can you relate to Gideon's doubt?
Nehemiah: combined great leadership skills with great love for God and his religious heritage to leave a remarkable legacy. Have you been called to build something for the Church?