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Bible Reading

Through The Bible

When the Apostle Paul wrote to Timothy, he spoke of the value of knowing the Word of God.  He wrote, "All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness."  (2 Timothy 3:16 NASB)   Practically speaking, Paul is saying what we read in the Bible is showing us what is right, what is not right, how to get right and how to stay right.  With that said, the apostle goes on to write:  "So the man of God may be adequate, equiped for every good work."  (vs 17)

With those words in mind, I have given the challenge that we Journey Through The Bible in 2018.  It's a call to read through all 66 books of the Bible in 12 months.  It may sound like a lot of reading, but it will only take about 20 minutes every day.  With the month of May, we are one-third of our way as we journey into the hsitory of the Old Testament with 1 & 2 Kings.  Our New Testament readings conclude the book of Luke and begin a more philosophical look at the life of Jesus in John's Gospel.  Here's our reading schedule for the second half of May:

17 ~ II Kings 18-19;  John 6:22-44

18 ~ II Kings 20-22;  John 6:45-71

19 ~ II Kings 23-25;  John 7:1-31

20 ~ I Chron 1-2;  John 7:32-53

21 ~ I Chron 3-5;  John 8:1-20

22 ~ I Chron 6-7;  John 8:21-36

23 ~ I Chron 8-10;  John 8:37-59

24 ~ I Chron 11-13;  John 9:1-23

25 ~ I Chron 14-16;  John 9:24-41

26 ~ I Chron 17-19;  John 10:1-21

27 ~ I Chron 20-22;  John 10:22-42

28 ~ I Chron 23-25;  John 11:1-17

29 ~ I Chron 26-27;  John 11:18-46

30 ~ I Chron 28-29;  John 11:47-57

31 ~ II Chron 1-3;  John 12:1-19

 

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