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Bible Reading in 2008

Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. (Psalm 119:105 ESV)

They received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so. (Acts 17:11 ESV)

In 2007 I used a reading schedule designed to get me through the Bible in a year. Actually, I didn’t intend to get through the entire Old Testament in 2007, but I did read most of the Prophets (Isaiah through Malachi with the exception of Ezekiel), and I read the entire New Testament.

What I use in most years, and what I plan on using in 2008, is a checklist. It has all sixty-six books of the Bible, with their chapters, and I put a slash through the numbers as I read.

biblechecklist.jpg

This gives me greater flexibility than a schedule does, yet still helps me to reach my reading goals, which include making sure I read the entire New Testament in the year. Feel free to download and print this for yourself and pass it on to others:

Kevin’s Bible Reading Checklist – PDF file (44 kb)

My hope and prayer is to encourage you to be in the Word in 2008, and that you would know our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ better because of it.

Grace and Peace

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P.S. Here are some reading schedules for those who are more inclined that way:

Navigators reading plans — various schedules to get through the entire Bible or just the New Testament in a year.

Robert Murray M’Cheyne reading schedule — twice through the NT & Psalms, once through the OT

More reading schedules

December 27, 2007 - Posted by | Christianity

1 Comment »

  1. Thanks and God Bless – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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    Comment by Dave Mattozzi | December 27, 2007


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