Saturday, December 26, 2009

There's nothing 'magic' about a yearly Bible reading plan, but...

...there certainly is great benefit and growth. For those of us who profess to be Christians, reading through the Bible in a systematic manner (via some organized plan) will sharpen our understanding of God, and consequently challenge us as we seek to please and obey Him.

For 2010 I will follow the Bible reading plan I used in 2009, "The Discipleship Journal Reading Plan".

The plan is detailed HERE in a compact brochure format, and HERE and HERE in a series of very handy bookmarks.

One reason this plan appeals to me is it allows for 25 days of assigned reading each month--leaving the extra days for either 'catch up' or further study! Of course, I'm sure I'll need some catching up from time to time, but I'm most excited about the freedom to sort of take my time when/if needed for further study on any given day--sweet! :-)

(HT Justin Taylor - Between Two Worlds)

1 comment:

Marcian said...

Thanks for posting this, Connie. Now to find something that will get me out of bed consistently.