Read your Bible

I suppose I’m a few days late on posting this, but it’s not too late to catch up if you haven’t adopted a plan as of yet.  Check out Justin Taylor’s post on this topic for some great ideas. 

Personally, I used the Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan in 2006 and thoroughly enjoyed it.  Amy and I are both using it again this year.  It’s in a PDF format and is meant to be printed out, folded up, and kept in your Bible.  At least that’s what we do.

In the end, what’s important is to read your Bible – continually, whatever plan or methodology you decide to use.  If you’re more or less undisciplined and don’t have a plan, you probably won’t be reading.  And if you’re not reading your Bible, you’re not going to know God any better than you already do or don’t.

One comment on “Read your Bible

  1. […] James.  Read it for yourself and see what you think.  Oh yeah, any idea where it’s found?  Here’s a hint (after you think about it, of course!). And now, Israel, what does the Lord your God require of […]

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