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MJosie
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I know most bible reading plans start at the beginning of the year, but I feel like I shouldn't have to wait for a new year to start to get that going. Does anyone have any good bible reading plans to end off the remainder of the year strong? 🙂

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mmcent
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Just thinking about the composition of the Bible, the NT is about 25% of the Bible. Since there is about 25% of the year left, try finishing the NT! Then you can start the OT Jan 1 ? 


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robinb19
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@mmcent Hello! I really this plan! I am going to try it out 🙂 Thank you


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robinb19
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@MJosie I like your attitude! No matter the time of year we should always strive to learn more about the Bible! 


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skyblue
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Hahah you can start anytime indeed. 


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@skyblue Amen! That is so true 🙂 


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colorslinesandspace
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A lot of people tend to give up when reading through the Old Testament b/c some parts seem very dry. My housemate completed a reading plan that includes both old testament and new testament everyday. maybe that could be helpful for you too :)!


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@colorslinesandspace
Nice!!!


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skyblue
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@colorslinesandspace oh I’ve never tried reading OT and NT together.


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@colorslinesandspace

Ohh that's helpful !


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faithinh1m
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I hear that the book of Acts is a good start. Simple and easy to comprehend. Many people would recommend the gospels but I personally think that there's so much more to the gospels that I can get by just merely reading it.


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robinb19
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Update!!! This post encouraged me to end my year strong with bible reading. 

I am almost done reading the new testament...just need to read Jude and Revelation (the last 2 books). 


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blessedandthankful
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hope it goes well!


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Shinjitsunoken
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I am gonna restart a 1-year Bible plan that I did in the past. It is quite intense, but I am sure it will help me grow in my faith. Please pray that I remain consistent haha 
Here is the link if anyone is interested : 
https://www.navigators.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Discipleship-Journal-Bible-Reading-Plan-9781617479083.pdf


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skyblue
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@faithinh1m that’s a good suggestion too.


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