Bible Reading - Introduction

If you’ve never done a daily Bible reading program, this is the year to start. 

Reading your Bible daily has quite a few benefits.

PROGRAMS PROGRAMS
It   familiarizes   you   with   the   order   of   the   books   of   the   Old   and   New   Testaments   -   from   Genesis   to Malachi in the Old Testament, and Matthew to Revelation in the New Testament. You   can   learn   where   some   of   the   Bible   characters   fit   into   a   timeline.      Did   Abraham   live   before Moses, or after?  What is the order of the kings of Israel? When   you   read   about   Bible   characters   you   begin   to   see   how   all   people   are   similar   in   their natures.        Seeing    their    responses    to    God    -    whether    good    and    commended,    or    bad    and condemned   -   can   encourage   you   to   make   the   right   decisions   when   confronted   with   a   temptation to sin (Hebrews 11; 12:1,2). The   reader   can   get   an   overall   picture   of   the   nature   of   God.   God   does   not   change   from   testament to testament (Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 13:8). Your   reading   keeps   the   word   of   God   near   to   you   to   help   you   when   faced   with   temptation   (Psalm 119:11).  Daily   Bible   reading   gives   you   inside   knowledge.      When   you   are   familiar   with   God’s   word,   it   is harder to be deceived by false teachers (Matthew 7:15-20). (Click the MOTIVATION button to read some motivating information.)
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Bible Reading - Introduction

If you’ve never done a daily Bible reading pro-

gram, this is the year to start.  Reading your Bible

daily has quite a few benefits.

PROGRAMS PROGRAMS
It   familiarizes   you   with   the   order   of   the   books   of   the   Old and   New   Testaments   -   from   Genesis   to   Malachi   in   the   Old Testament,     and     Matthew     to     Revelation     in     the     New Testament. You   can   learn   where   some   of   the   Bible   characters   fit   into   a timeline.      Did   Abraham   live   before   Moses,   or   after?      What   is the order of the kings of Israel? When   you   read   about   Bible   characters   you   begin   to   see how   all   people   are   similar   in   their   natures.      Seeing   their responses   to   God   -   whether   good   and   commended,   or   bad and   condemned   -   can   encourage   you   to   make   the   right decisions     when     confronted     with     a     temptation     to     sin (Hebrews 11; 12:1,2). The   reader   can   get   an   overall   picture   of   the   nature   of   God. God     does     not     change     from     testament     to     testament (Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 13:8). Your   reading   keeps   the   word   of   God   near   to   you   to   help you when faced with temptation (Psalm 119:11).  Daily   Bible   reading   gives   you   inside   knowledge.      When   you are   familiar   with   God’s   word,   it   is   harder   to   be   deceived   by false teachers (Matthew 7:15-20). (Click     the     MOTIVATION     button     to     read     some     motivating information.)
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