"Read with an earnest desire to understand it. Read with simple childlike faith and humility. Read with a spirit of obedience and self-application. Read Scripture every day." —J.C. Ryle
Today we want to talk about 24 ways we benefit from meditating on Scripture, and I want to encourage you to think about reading through the Bible in chronological order of book authorship. If you haven't done that before, you are in for a real treat and we have the perfect Bible reading itinerary for you!
A Tool for Chronological Order of Book Authorship Bible Reading
If you would like to read through God's Word in chronological order of book authorship, do what I am doing. I’m using this Bible Reading Itinerary. It begins with the book of Job. Did you know that Genesis is not the first book written in the Bible?
This lovely, 12-month, self-guided (or group-guided) Bible reading itinerary gently leads the reader on a journey through the Bible in chronological order of book authorship. If you haven't read God’s Word in this order, you're in for a real treat! The itinerary gives readers a unique perspective of the Bible. Make your plans to read through God’s Word by downloading this resource today! The itinerary is great for new believers and for those established in the faith as well.
24 Ways To Benefit From Meditating on Scripture
Adapted from How We May Read the Scriptures With Most Spiritual Profit by Thomas Watson (1874-1956)
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