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Old 01-02-2011, 04:19 AM
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http://www.gnpcb.org/esv/devotions/

This is page with links to a number of plans to read through the Bible in a year by tackling small assigned portions each day. I posted the page last year and I think Tyburn had some success. Unfortunately, I was derailed in January due to some personal issues.
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http://www.gnpcb.org/esv/devotions/

This is page with links to a number of plans to read through the Bible in a year by tackling small assigned portions each day. I posted the page last year and I think Tyburn had some success. Unfortunately, I was derailed in January due to some personal issues.
Yes...I had some good success with mine last year
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after i read thru a couple times using these schedules, i got a couple of chronological bibles, then i read about five pages a day, straight thru the bible

reading the bible chronoligically is a whole new study, it is excellent

i recommend the reese if you can handle king james talk, being able to grasp what you're reading is a must

the only problem with reading thru the bible in a year is that the gospels are such a short part and get read thru quickly

they need to be read thru way more than once a year
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after i read thru a couple times using these schedules, i got a couple of chronological bibles, then i read about five pages a day, straight thru the bible

reading the bible chronoligically is a whole new study, it is excellent

i recommend the reese if you can handle king james talk, being able to grasp what you're reading is a must

the only problem with reading thru the bible in a year is that the gospels are such a short part and get read thru quickly

they need to be read thru way more than once a year
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I read the sermon on the mount often.
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I'm doing the chronological one this year
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I have a read the Bible in 90 days (about 12 pages a day) and read the Bible in 180 days (about 6 pages) schedule. I'll post it tonight or tomorrow.
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I discovered an iPhone/iPad app called "Reading Plan". It offers several different plans with different translations of the Bible. It is free at the app store.
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