We like to start off the year with a post about Bible Reading Plans.
Tim Chester shares what his worship community is using, including a handy postcard size printout and some encouragement for the adventure.
And if you really want some options, Ligionier’s website offers a whole bunch of them. Options range from reading them in chronological order of events, order of when they were written, reading over two years instead of one, and much more.
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If it is, we have some things for you to think about.
Lots of people find a reading plan the key to keeping them on track. Others want to journal or follow devotional reflections as they read. Crossway has collected seven resources that may start you on the right foot.
But remember, just reading the Bible isn’t enough. Reflect on Richard Dahlstrom’s caution: “The danger of saying: ‘I just do what the Bible says…'” and consider trying a completely different kind of reading plan that focuses on your personal transformation.
This post is for adults and pertains to devotions, bible reading and study.