Bible reading plan for 2008….

Last year I produced a Bible reading plan which is still available here for you to download and print.

image Yes I know it will say 2007 on the cover, but then that is the joy of pdf files! They are not easy to edit! Even better though if you are thinking about how to develop your devotional life in 2007 would be to get yourself a copy of Don Carson’s “For the Love of God.” This excellent guide uses the same reading plan as above, but on each day, Don Carson comments on one of the passages.

Now more than ever, the need to read the Bible, to understand the big picture of its storyline, and to grasp the relevance this has for your life is critical. Join with us as we follow Donald Carson’s Bible-reading plan one day at a time right here online. Through this plan we will see the riches and unity of the Scriptures revealed as we make our way through God’s Word together. The insights here will help you view the Bible for all that it is –as both the complete and inspired history of redemption, as well as the revelation of God and His character. And this book’s through the Bible in a year reading plan will renew your urgency not only to delve deeply into God’s Word, but to study it daily so that your mind will be shaped and informed by what God Himself says and sees.

Available in two volumes I would highly recommend getting hold on one of the volumes and using it to guide your devotions. I’ve been using them for a couple of years now and would highly recommend them.

 

If you want to sample them you can actually get the day’s devotion emailed to you. Register at this page.

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