Uncle Stan mentioned a website in his last email that I received. Someone had guided him to BibleGateway.com, which is a great resource for anyone interested in the bible. I don’t have a big library of commentaries, dictionaries, or other study tools, so when I’m researching a topic in the bible, I go to Bible Gateway.
I know that many people would like to have a daily bible reading schedule but have difficulty setting aside time. The busy-ness of life causes us to push that aside and forget about it. It was well said by the author, Don Marquis, “Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday.”
Many have probably tried to read the bible through in a year and have gotten as far as Leviticus or Numbers before wearing out. I say “many” because I’m certain that I’m not the only one.
A few days ago, I stumbled across a website that should help me with my bible reading plan.
They offer several options for plans such as:
Reading the Bible through in a year.
Reading the New or Old Testament through in a year.
Gospels, Psalms, or Proverbs in a month.
They will send you an email with each day’s assignment that will keep you on task. It’s a free service with no advertisements and you can unsubscribe any time you wish.
It sounds like a great way to keep on task.