Plan the Read, Read the Plan

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  1. Connie Pearson says:

    I can SO relate to the “Levitical February slump.” Ha! I confess to skimming a lot of that each time. I have used the One-Year Bible and the Two-Year Bible successfully. Somehow, the Chronological Bible messed with my 61-year-old, so-Southern-Baptist-it’s-pitiful brain, so I don’t recommend it. This year I’m going with “Read Through the Bible Program for Shirkers and Slackers.” It’s seems to provide less guilt and more grace for folks like me.

  2. Amanda says:

    I usually don’t get past Feb or March. I’m intrigued by Connie’s post. I looked up the Read through the Bible Program for Shirkers and Slackers. This one seems to have been written with me in mind so I’ve printed it out and decided to give it a try. I like the checklist without dates so when I shirk and slack I don’t feel so overwhelmed about catching up – I’ll just re-focus, pick up with whatever day of the week it is and keep going. Thanks for the plan, Connie. 🙂

  3. This will be my 15th year reading through the Bible. I’ve done “start to finish,” OT/NT, and my favorite, the M’Cheyne Plan which I’ve used the last three or more years. So this year I thought I’d try something different and I’m on the Life Journal Daily Reading Plan (Life Resources). It is an OT/NT parallel plan.

    Every year I find my appreciation for the OT growing stronger and connecting with and pointing to Jesus Christ.

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