Posted by: alisonwalley | 3 January 2010

More Bible reading plans

Why bother to write a whole blog when someone else has done it for you?

Justin Taylor on the Gospel Coalition blog website has a list of many different ways to read the whole Bible.

I have also updated my page of resources to point to some of these. Both the Navigator’s Discipleship Journal and the Engage Scripture plans give you spaces to catch up days you missed and/or reflect on what you’ve read. The latter also pulls out some of the harder to read books (Leviticus anyone?) as ‘Scripture snapshots’, although if you read the introduction you’ll find there are supposed to be support videos and other materials you can obtain.

I like the idea of catch up days and days to think more about what you’ve read. It’s easy to be so busy reading your chapters that you forget it’s supposed to be speaking to you. This is not an exercise in how much you can read!

“Lord, open my eyes.”

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