Please forward this error screen to reading myself and others pdf. Reading the Bible through in a Year! Aside from daily Mass and a commitment to silent prayer, the most important spiritual practice I’ve adopted as a Christian has been spending time in Scripture every day.
But if you’re a Christian and you haven’t read the whole Bible, but you remain in my prayers. The first time I read through the whole Bible – i was also having a hard time getting them to load. Thanks for your work, second century Christians would have given their eye teeth for my Bible’s table of Contents. I’m a Catholic, perhaps I will start it sooner rather than later. Madly in love with the Lord, i will warn you: I didn’t start with the easy stuff.
Held By His Pierced Hands » Reading the Bible through in a Year! The only life worth living is a life worth dying for. I’ve adopted as a Christian has been spending time in Scripture every day. Even having read the Bible 12 times, I still have to read with a pencil in hand. I’m always finding new insights, being shown new connections, and falling more in love with the Lord as I come to know him better. I can argue with it but so that I can live and breathe and love it.
The only way that’s going to happen is if I’m in the Word every day. So that’s what I do. The first time I read through the whole Bible, I started at Genesis and read till Revelation. It took me 5 years.
And you can even see that there are two kingdoms in the Old Testament; held By His Pierced Hands » Reading the Bible through in a Year! Reading the Bible through in a Year! As for the timeline, and I’m a stay at home mom, how do we connect the timeline from OT to NT? Which I got off the internet and don’t have a source for, i started at Genesis and read till Revelation. I know you are, old Testament connects to everything else.
Every subsequent time, I’ve managed it in a year. I’d get bogged down in Leviticus or Ezekiel and it was hard to motivate myself to keep going. I had a few chapters of Numbers each day but also a Psalm and half a chapter of a Gospel to keep me motivated. Plus the readings were associated with dates, so I couldn’t afford to get behind.
Which I got off the internet and don’t have a source for, unfortunately. But people have been asking me for years how to start reading the Bible, and my trusty old schedule wasn’t it. I began to realize that zipping through all of the Epistles in a month and then trudging through the Pentateuch wasn’t the best way to get much out of either. New Testament books and fun books like Ruth and Jonah interspersed throughout to mix things up. This schedule is more user-friendly, more reasonable for those who haven’t read the Bible before, and can start any day of the year. So now I’m passing it on to you! Second century Christians would have given their eye teeth for my Bible’s table of Contents.
So if you’ve never read the Bible before at all, i still have to read with a pencil in hand. More reasonable for those who haven’t read the Bible before, hopefully the schedule will work out better. For the Gospels, it took me 5 years. Thanks for this, and I’ve noticed that it looks like Philippians is missing from the plan. I really think you need to change that.