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As 2010 quickly approaches some people will likely be attempting to read through the Bible in a year. The following downloadable resource can be printed up and used to help give your reading plan some structure. Simply put a check mark beside the passage as you complete each day’s reading.
To get your free 2010 Bible reading plan just click on the link below:
My thoughts on the one year reading plan.
The one year reading plan has been a huge blessing to my spiritual life. I tend to be an all or nothing person. The structure of a reading Bible plan appeals. I’m already two months into my third year of reading through the Bible.
However, I do not think reading through the Bible in a year should be everyone’s goal. For some of you it may be more of a burden than a blessing. The year reading plan may force you to focus on content, not quality.
Sometimes one verse slowly read can mean more than three chapters quickly read. Regardless, the point is to find and develop some spiritually healthy disciplines this upcoming year.
All the best in this effort.
You might also be interested in the following devotional resources:
The Women’s Devotional Guide to the Bible: A One-Year Plan for Studying, Praying, and Responding to God’s Word
Couples’ Devotional Bible (NIV)
The Daily Bible® Devotional: A One-Year Journey Through God’s Word in Chronological Order
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Do you have a favorite devotional book, tool, or resource?