Bible Bus Update

post date: February 3, 2009


So here we are in February. How are you doing with your Bible reading this year? Are you still on the Bible Bus or did you jump off by the middle of January? If you’ve gotten behind, don’t worry about it. We are still very early in 2009 so there is plenty of time to hop back on the Bible Bus. That’s the nice thing about reading the Bible. If you get off track, you don’t have to stop. The Bible Bus will stop and pick you up any time, anywhere. Reading the whole Bible is a worthwhile challenge that can done fairly easily in a year, taking a little bit every day.
As I mentioned several weeks ago, this year I am committed to reading the books of the Bible, not just reading the whole Bible but reading it book by book by book, whole books at a time until I have read the whole thing. So where do I stand after one month? By the end of January I had completed the following books:

As I mentioned several weeks ago, this year I am committed to reading the books of the Bible, not just reading the whole Bible but reading it book by book by book, whole books at a time until I have read the whole thing. So where do I stand after one month? By the end of January I had completed the following books:

Deuteronomy
Ezra
Nehemiah
Esther
Isaiah
Obadiah
Jonah
Haggai
Zechariah
Malachi
Acts
Galatians
1 Timothy
2 Timothy
Titus
James
Jude

This morning I will finish 1 Kings and start one of the gospels. And on we go from there. Don’t forget about these two blogs that will help read through the Bible this year:

One-Year Bible Blog  
Chronological Bible Project

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