Reading the Bible in One Year- Want to Join Me?

God’s Word is always fresh to me.  No matter my circumstance, mood or situation; God uses His Word to speak to me.

The Bible is God’s love letter to us and I am a hopeless romantic.

In 2010 I read through the Bible in 90 days with Mom’s Toolbox.  I LOVED that method and can’t recommend it enough!

In 2011, I didn’t make it all the way through.  God and I spent a lot of time in James and Isaiah.

This year, I am reading The One Year Chronological Bible NLT (One Year Bible: Nlt).

Most of us know that the books of the Bible are not in chronological order.  Job is, in fact, one of the oldest known books of the Bible but in a traditional Bible is somewhere near the middle.

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I love delving in to the Word and looking at it through a different lens.  I am obviously only into day 3 of this reading plan  {today includes readings from Genesis and I Chronicles} but am excited to see how biblical events unfolded in “real” time.

This reading plan requires 15-20 minutes a day {unless you are me and are constantly cross-referencing with your Bible software and getting sidetracked by word studies}so it is very doable for anyone.

Spending time in the Word is the only way to remain connected to the Vine.

Care to join me on this chronological journey in 2012?  I will be posting my thoughts from my reading each Friday and would love to have some readers join me.  Let me know in the comments if you plan to follow along!

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  1. I am also reading this Bible!  I too will be posting some thoughts on what I read, along with my journey to health.  So I hope to visit here and interact with you as well!

  2. The Read & Share DVD Bible videos are elnxleect. My grandchildren from age 4-11 will sit, enthralled. The 30 minute format is perfect for the younger ones. The Bible stories are well representated and I would highly recommend these to anyone who wants to increase their children’s Biblical knowledge. We watch them over and over at our house.

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