How to incorporate an "Inductive type" of study into your home or church Bible study
As a leader, your task is to lead your students to the mainstreams, of the passage that follow the precepts, ideas and truths of our Lord. These are the fresh streams of truth; flows to a world that chooses to live in a desert. So you lead the student who lives in that desert yet thinks they do not need water or thinks they have enough already. You are to lift up the cross, the Person of Christ, and what He has done. You are also to show others what you have leaned and still be growing yourself, to show the wonder and truth of life that affects all of our being, that...
Read the Bible in a Year is a plan to guide your daily Bible reading. It's design allows you to pace yourself and to begin reading at any point of the year (not just January 1st).
To help you stay on schedule, consider enhancing your Bible reading by listening to the Bible being read on cassette as you daily drive in your car, exercise, or work around the house. You can purchase this, or borrow it from a library, or record it for yourself into a tape recorder!
The Bible is the most important and essential book in history because it is God's Word and His revelation of Himself, His precepts and His purpose for our lives. As a Christian you cannot and must not function without it! Here is a Bible reading plan to help you discover the Bible's full message in a good systematic way. With this plan you can read the entire Bible, all 66 books, the entire Old Testament once and the New Testament twice in one year! An average reader can do this in less than a half an hour each day, most in 20 minutes. This is a similar plan as the ever so popular "One Year Bible" by Tyndale, which we also highly recommend. We recommend the NIV or the NLT (reads faster) for this plan.
Here is a Bible reading plan that is set up for you to go through the Bible in a year. But with a twist: It divides up your reading into the main types of Genres (literature) such as Gospels, Law, Narrative (History), Psalms, Poetry, Prophecy, and Epistles! That way you can go though the entire Bible by reading the different Genre types. This is a unique plan that will help keep your pace up and prevent you from losing interest and giving up!
This Large print Bible reading plan is designed to be easier to read, using the "Verdana" font reportedly the easiest to see. This Bible reading plan is also more flexible for you. You have your reading for the entire week to go at your own pace.
Do you read from the Bible or read into the Bible? Do you know the difference?
What does Biblical interpretation mean to you? What should it mean and how should you delve into and teach the most Holy Precepts of our LORD? By your will or His?
We have a major problem in our churches; people, even pastors go to the Bible and just collect from it what they feel and want, forcing it so that they miss receiving what they need and what God has for all of us. Thus, people are not experiencing the true wonders and Truth and riches of God's principles...
This Bible reading plan will take you through the entire Bible in an historical linier timeline order with the first events first to the last. Each line represents a days reading, you may progress as you do your devotions in any order you would like. This list will take one year if each line is read each day. If you read more on one day and less on another, you can still track your progress.
Read through the Bible weekly.
This Bible reading plan is designed to be more flexible for you. So instead of having an assigned daily reading, you have your reading for the entire week. That way you can fit into your busy schedule, as sometimes we have more time on one day and not another.
Welcome to a journey, a trip through the most famous and well-read book of all - The Bible. You have opted to follow a chronological order, which is worked out in date order, as they were written. Whilst this list isn't guaranteed to be exact, many theologians have agreed on this order. Read the events of the Bible as they occurred chronologically. For example, the Book of Job is integrated with Genesis because Job lived before Abraham.
Here you can keep a log of what and how much of the Bible you have read!
As you go through the Bible, you can record your Bible reading progress! You can also start at any time of the year, with any book, as you are not obligated to dates or sequence.