4 ways to read your Bible in 2019
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail .. at least that’s what they say. I think there’s some truth to this, particularly when it comes to our daily devotions. It’s ways to easy to fall out of routine and lack consistency if we don’t have a plan to stick to – even then it can be really difficult. So, to help you out for your 2019 I’ve found 4 ways to read your Bible in 2019 (there are many more but these are the ones that I’ve found). Lets start with the Easier ones:
Five-Day Reading Plan
Funnily enough, I posted this one last year … the people over at http://www.bibleclassmaterial.com/ have made it really easy to read through the Bible. Easy? Ok, maybe that is the wrong word … easier would be a better word. They’ve come up with a 5 day reading plan that gets you reading through the Bible or New Testament chronologically. click here for the link
The idea is simple: choose a book and read it every day for a month. Then go on to a different book. I know what you’re thinking, what about when I want to read Psalms? Well, you may need to break longer books down and divide it into sections. This is great if you really want to become familiar with one book at a time.
Study a book of the Bible.
Our friends at Precept Ministries have a range of books that help you study the Bible in an inductive way. Here is their range
Professor Horner plan.
This one is so hardcore it comes with it’s own Facebook support group (no kidding). What’s so intense? You’ll be reading 10 chapters a day from different sections of the Bible for a year Many people use this and think it’s great but you are really only skimming the surface and trusting that as you do stuff sticks. Here’s the link