Read the Bible in a Year—June 2017

God’s Unchanging Word

Early in my life I had some doubts about whether or not the Bible was really God’s Word. But one night in 1949 I knelt before a stump in the woods of Forest Home, California, opened my Bible and said, “O God, there are many things in this Book I do not understand. But by faith I accept it—from Genesis to Revelation—as Your Word.”

By God’s grace that settled the issue for me once and for all. From that moment on I have never had a single doubt that the Bible is God’s Word. When I quote Scripture, I know I am quoting the very Word of God.

This confidence in God’s Word not only gives authority to one’s ministry; it provides a solid foundation for one’s life. We who trust in God’s word aren’t living according to what someone says about the Bible, or on some human philosophy. We are basing our faith, our ministry, even our life itself on God’s unchanging truth as it is presented in His unchanging Word. Is God’s Word the foundation of your life?

from “Wisdom for Each Day” by Billy Graham

 

Read the Bible in a Year

If you started reading along with us in January—welcome back! For those just joining us, don’t worry if you’re behind—there’s no time like the present to get started.

For this year’s reading, we started out with a “classic” bible reading plan that has a reading each day from the Old Testament, New Testament and Psalms or Proverbs. You can follow along with the “Classic” Daily Bible Reading Plan from Salem Web Network.

Based on feedback from you, we will also be sharing a historical plan as we have in years passed—reading through every book of the Bible in the order they are estimated to have been written.

No matter which plan you choose, if you read each day’s suggested passage, you’ll finish by year’s end.

Find past month’s here.

Classic Bible Reading Plan—June

 

Historical Bible Reading Plan—June

 

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  1. Wendy Hiebert says:

    Here goes day 1!!! 😉

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