Read the Bible in a year challenge!

Martin Luther said that “The Bible is the ‘cradle of Christ."

Here are some guidelines for reading the Bible:

• Pray first before opening God's word.  Ask for guidance and to be able to accept what is written and to be able to apply His will to your life. 

• Never, never read the Bible trying to prove your belief on any subject.  It is only human nature to take ideas out of context. 

• When you are reading and come across something that does not make sense, reread the paragraph or chapter again.  If you still do not understand, write down the problem area and continue onward. You may discover the answers later in your reading.

• Do not read large amounts of the Bible in one setting. Take breaks often.  Or stay with about 4-6 chapters a day.

• Forget everything you have ever heard about Jesus, God and the Bible before you start reading the Bible. 

Write on it, highlight it, make notes.


Day 323 – Amos 9, Psalm 115, Matthew 17

Day 324 – Obadiah, Psalm 116, Matthew 18

Day 325 – Jonah 1, Psalm 117, Matthew 19

Day 326 – Jonah 2, Psalm 118, Matthew 20

Day 327 – Jonah 3, Psalm 119:1-­32, Matthew 21

Day 328 – Jonah 4, Psalm 119:33-­72, Matthew 22

Day 329– Enjoy hearing the Scriptures read aloud in church


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