Bible Challenge

I read some last week, but didn’t make note of it. I’m going to take a break from posting about this for a while because I don’t get on the computer every day anymore, so am not keeping track of it as well. I will keep reading, but just won’t post about it weekly.

One thing that has helped is having a daily Bible study. The one I’m using now will be done at the end of February, so I’m going to look online for a free daily study to do. If you have any suggestions, I’d love to hear them!


3 thoughts on “Bible Challenge

  1. Dear itsvictoria08,

    We can’t take everything on, even though we may want to. Wishing you well as you study.

    One suggestion would be: Read one chapter in the O.T. and the N.T. each day, very carefully, and then write a little note to the Lord about it. Go to Bible Gateway to be able to listen to the same passages online. (They have different versions of the Bible in audio there.)

    I really like the devotional TABLETALK, and a book that was a Christmas gift (it majors on God Himself): HOW GREAT THOU ART, ed. by Halliday and Travis, Multnomah.

    Blessings to you as you seek to serve Jesus!


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