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.
Read through the BIBLE in one year with our new better formatted Bible reading plan!
This is a condensed Bible reading chart to place in your Bible.
If you are new to daily Bible reading or have been away from it for a while, we recommend you use the New Living Translation from Tyndale House Publishers, for your devotional reading. Even seasoned Bible expositors enjoy this translation for their reading! And for serious Bible study we recommend the New International Version or the New King James or the New American Standard Bibles.
This book is about helping you understand the Bible and enabling you to teach others how to study the Bible in a simple, clear, and concise way. We have included in our Book a 15-week curriculum specifically designed for High School Youth.
There are more than 24,000 partial and complete manuscript copies of the New Testament. These manuscript copies are very ancient and they are available for inspection now.
The word "method" comes from the Greek word methodos, which literally means "a way or path of transit." Methodology in Bible study is therefore concerned with "the proper path to be taken in order to arrive at Scriptural truth."
Biblical inspiration may be defined as God's superintending of the human authors so that, using their own individual personalities (and even their writing styles), they composed and recorded without error His revelation to man in the words of the original autographs.
Here is the Bible Reading Chart for using the Inductive Bible Study method. Here you can write down and record all of your observations, what your have learned, your questions and even make a commitment on what you will do with the information from God's most precious Word! Fell free to make copies of this for your personal use, more are available in our book, Into Thy Word!
The Into Thy Word Bible Study Method
Here is the Cheat Sheet for using the Inductive Bible Study method. Here are all of the inductive steps laid out for you to use to get the most out of your Bible studies! Keep a copy of this tucked in your Bible. Feel free to make copies of this for your personal use; more are available in our book, Into Thy Word!
The Eight Step of Inductive Bible Study is, "WRITE IT DOWN!"
A book chart will help you greatly! This is the step where you keep track of what you learn. By writing it down in an organized fashion, God's Word will become more clear and crisp. We are able to record what God says to us, this way we will be able to take more ownership and then greater transformation. Then can look back and see God at work in our lives and this will be a great encouragement in times of struggle, and in times of joy. Plus, now you have notes to refer back to and even teach from!