Have you ever read through the whole Bible?

Published by Lois Clymer on

I just finished my second year of reading through the Bible in a year. I am amazed at the things I learn which never really caught my attention before. Make the commitment to read your Bible regularly, even if you can’t make it the whole way through.

Never think that you need to understand everything in the Bible. I do not think our minds are capable of understanding everything regarding the sacred. If we are open and love God with an humble attitude, God through his spirit can show us what we need to know. Remember that “now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.” I Cor. 13:12.

The plan which I use can be downloaded for free (see below). This plan places the Bible readings in chronological order and this aids in understanding the Bible story. From Genesis through the prophets we have the story of the Israelites, through whom Jesus would come. Then the New Testament follows the story of Jesus Christ and the beginnings of the church.

The last readings in December were the book of Job, which I find fascinating. Job’s friends told Job he must be evil because he was suffering so much. Job protested that he had not sinned and was innocent and still suffering. At the end of the book, God speaks in a whirlwind, vindicating Job, but asking “How can man understand God?”

Download this program here and try it. I think you’ll like it.

 

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