A Bible reading plan

  1. Why read the Bible?
  • Joshua 1:8
  • Matthew 4:4
  • John 8:31-32, 6:63, 14:23-24
  • Acts 20:32
  • Romans 15:4
  • II Timothy 3:16-17
  • Hebrews 4:12
  1. What is your Bible Reading Plan?
  • Plow work – reading through the Bible once a year

There are several reasons why I like the The NKJV Daily Bible

  • If I miss some reading, I just pick it back up on whatever is the calendar day.
  • I immensely enjoy the portion from Psalms for worship and prayer.
  • I benefit greatly from the wisdom imparted from a few proverbs.
  • When I read portions from the Old Testament and New Testament, I see the links that establish unity of God and His redemptive plan.
  • Spade work – more concentrated reading and study on a particular topic or book

To avoid ritualistic devotions, know yourself, and know what feeds you best

  1. How do you read your Bible?
  • Consider what time of day that you will read
  • Is it helpful to have a pen or highlighter?
  • Approach your reading with a prayerful, humble heart
  1. What are your top three questions that you ask when reading the Bible?

Here are my suggestions:

  • How is God revealed?
  • How do I need to respond?
  • How can I be encouraged in the gospel?
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About Todd Wood

I am a servant of Jesus in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Join me in seeking Jesus in this city.
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