How is your Bible Reading This Year?

It is the last day of January. How is your Bible reading going? Do you want to read the Bible through in a year or be more faithful in daily Bible reading? If you have missed a day or two, don’t give up.  Brooks Pipher, Covenant Church in Burbank, CA, provides additional Bible reading options.

It’s not necessary (or recommended!) to read the Bible straight through from Genesis to Revelation. Instead, it’s usually best to mix and match book, genre, and chapters. You’ll find, by reading in a variety of places in the Scriptures, how the verses complement and build upon one another. Click here to read more.

3 thoughts on “How is your Bible Reading This Year?”

  1. I try to read through the Bible each year, and you are so right; Scripture complements Scripture. Currently, I am reading a couple of chapters from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament.
    Last year, I did a chronological read through the Bible, and each time I find no matter which Bible reading method you use, God blesses the reading of his word and fulfills his promises.

  2. I made a schedule in 1971 to read the Bible in a year . It starts with the Gospel of John and then Genesis and Exodus. It continues by going back and forth from the Old Testament and the New Testament. Every church that I have served has gotten copies!

  3. I hope you got my comments about putting together a Bible reading schedule for a year when we were members at Greenville ARP Church from 1965 to 1983.

    Pinky Bender

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