30 December 2013

Bible Reading Program

Looking for a Bible Reading Program for 2014?  This booklet contains four different plans to choose from.  CLICK HERE to download the file.  Print double-sided w/ short edge binding and staple (or take to your local print shop or office supply store).

Follow the link below for more Bible Reading/Scripture Memory programs, workbooks, etc.


For a sermon on New Year's Resolutions CLICK HERE.


-        To maintain a daily walk with the Lord (Revelation 3:20).
-        To live in obedience to scripture (Deuteronomy 17:19).
-        To prepare yourself for the day of judgment (2 Timothy 2:15).
-        To gain a working knowledge of the Bible (Isaiah 28:9-10).
-        To cleanse the heart and purify the mind (Psalm 119:9-11).
-        To seek true, genuine success (Joshua 1:8).


-        Read daily (Deuteronomy 17:19).
-        Read habitually (Job 23:12).
-        Read meditatively (Psalm 1:1-3).
-        Read prayerfully (Psalm 119:18).
-        Read thoroughly (Proverbs 30:5-6).


Each month contains a chart with four reading plans to choose from:
-        Sequential: Read straight through the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.
-        Old Testament / New Testament: Read sequentially through both testaments simultaneously, with a daily reading passage from each.
-        Chronological / Historical: The arrangements of these daily readings are loosely based on the order of events and/or when the books were written.  This plan includes a number of days each month to catch up, get ahead, study other passages, or reflect on prior reading.
-        Sectional: This plan promotes variety by providing readings from 7 different sections of scripture – 1 for each day of the week.

Choose one of the charts.  Track your progress by marking the passages you have read.  Stay on track and complete the entire Bible in a year.

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