This week's reading will bring you to the end of Numbers where Moses literally numbered the people of Israel. Chapter 30 speaks of the importance of following through on promises made to God. Chapter 31 speaks of God's judgment against Midian for the trouble they caused the Israelites back in chapter 25. Chapter 32 speaks of the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and the half tribe of Manasseh requesting their inheritance of land be on the eastern side of the River Jordan. Read how this upset Moses, but how the disagreement was settled.
You will just begin the book of Deuteronomy, which literally speaks of a second presentation of the Law. The Ten Commandments are repeated in chapter 5. Moses will emphasize the importance of the home as being the primary place of a child's spiritual education. You'll see this in chapter 6.
The closing chapters of Mark will speak of Jesus' teaching on the Mount of Olives regarding the end times. Then chapters 15 and 16 will focus on Jesus' trial, crucifixion, and resurrection. You may note in some translations that alternate endings are given for Mark's gospel. This is due to the confusion of manuscripts which suggest different wording. However, none of this affects the truth of God's Word.
You will start reading Luke. This will give you the angelic announcements to both Zacharias and Mary regarding the promised birth of John the Baptist and Jesus respectively. Please note the difference in the questions Zacharias and Mary ask the Angel Gabriel and note the response they receive.
3/4 Mark 13,14
3/5 Numbers 30-33
3/6 Numbers 34-36
3/7 Mark 15,16
3/8 Deuteronomy 1-3
3/9 Deuteronomy 4-7
3/10 Luke 1