Some people need structure and guidance to help reach their goals. If you feel this way about reading the Bible in 1 year, allow me to share with you another organization committed to encouraging Bible readership.
May I present you with a very special Bible reading program designed to lead you through the Bible from front to back.
This program is available through an affiliate partnership.
I have noticed that there are different methods of reading the Bible in 1 year.
1. Sequential plans: scheduled readings doled out in various lengths, based off of the current published order that the modern Bible is printed.
2. Historical/chronological plans: these are laid out to be read in order that it actually happened, instead of the time in which it was documented.
3. Selected reading plans: The modern Bible can be categorized into 5 main themes -although many of these topics are covered repeatedly throughout the text: ¹Books of The Law, ²Historical Narrative, ³The Wisdom Books, ⁴The Gospel, ⁵The Epistles
4. Complimentary reading plans: can be any combination of the above plans or unique to the literary prerogative of the author. Since many books of the Bible refer to others (especially the prophetic books that point to the coming of or the activities of the Messiah in the New Testament), a reading plan may have a layout in which you are reading portions of one scripture that compliments other lessons or stories in other books of the Bible, or even between Testaments.
The book preview featured isthe Bible study guide that I am using to read the Bible in 1 Year.
A Woman's Guide to reading the Bible in a year, by Diane Stortz. I have the downloadable Kindle version, but it is also available in print.
Check your Bible thoroughly, as some Bibles have built-in study guides either at the front or the back of the book.
This 1995 publication has a morning and evening reading schedule for reading the Bible printed on the final pages of the book.
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Use Meetup to find local people interested in reading the Bible.*
The Meetup organization was designed to build a community IRL by connecting with people who share the same hobbies and activities through the website (click/touch image or the mobile app.
* always use precaution and common sense when using online platforms to meet people in real life.
...That is one of the first questions you should be asking yourself before committing yourself to reading the Bible in 1 year. (Knowing your why is always a good idea before starting a long term commitment)
This is a topic that will be discussed and answered in an upcoming blog so check back often for updates!
Take a walk through the Bible by touring a life-sized recreation of Noah's Ark as described in the book of Genesis.
Celebrate your quest for Biblical knowledge with a visit to The Museum of the Bible, located in Washington DC, USA.
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