the Bible in a Year

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come & let's reason together
on the same day, every year!!!

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the entire world, reading the same Scripture,

How we would love this to work:

1. Get your live freeTM journal out & a pen or pencil & take notes while listening to both the actual Scriptures and the Summary below of the day's reading, which gives you research, clarification & context of the Scripture. OR, if listening while in car, walking or on treadmill, listen now & let settle into your heart & write down notes later. Listening to it over and over again will help you to really learn it & write it on your heart. The Scripture reading for the day is only approx. 10-15 minutes, and the Summaries are only about the same, so you can listen to each multiple times a day and by end of year, really know, understand & love the Bible. :)

 

2. After listening, write in your journal any questions you have or convictions you took away.

3. Then, STOP & be still & ask God to really allow His message, what He personally has for YOU on that day, to sink in your heart, get your attention, comfort, convict, give peace, etc. While listening, have pencil/pen in hand to write what you hear God saying.

 

4. After you Read or listen to the actual Scriptures in the Bible for the day and you listen to our Summary, write down anything you read or heard that was different than what we shared. And, again, talk with God about it.

5. Come to this page and in the COMMENTS below, discuss your reactions, differences, questions, passions, excitements, emotions - whatever you want - so we can all learn, sharpen one another and grow together.

6. Then, share this with everyone you know so the entire world can be reading the same Scriptures in the Bible every day, finishing every year, and discussing, learning and falling more in love with God all in ONE PLACE.  

7. Your participation and heart will be making this girl's dreams come true. :) And, more importantly, I am convinced with make God, Jesus & the Holy Spirit so happy for you because they just long for you to know and love their Love Letter written just for YOU!!! Amen!

click on audio buttons below to listen to

each day's

daily devotional

May

 2 Chronicles 25 - Psalm 24 

#1 - Listen to the daily Scriptures FIRST

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

2 Chr 25-28 

2 Chr 29-32 

2 Chr 33-36

Ezra 1-4

Ezra 5-7

6th

Ezra 8-10

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

Neh 1-4

Neh 5-8

Neh 9-13

Esther 1-4

Esther 5-7

12th

Esther 8-10

13th

Job 1-4

14th

Job 5-8

15th

Review

16th

Job 9-12

17th

Job 13-16

18th

Job 17-20

19th

Job 21-24

20th

Job 25-28

21st

Job 29-32

22nd

Job 33-37

23rd

Job 38-39

24th

Job 40-42

25th

Ps 1-4

26th

Ps 5-8

27th

Ps 9-12

28th

29th

30th

Ps 13-16

Ps 17-20

Ps 21-24

31th

Review

#2 - Listen to Our Commentary SECOND

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

2 Chr 25-28 

2 Chr 29-32 

2 Chr 33-36

Ezra 1 - 4

Ezra 5-7

Ezra 8-10

7th

8th

9th

Neh 1-4

Neh 5-8

Neh 9-13

10th

11th

12th

Esther 1-4

Esther 5-7

Esther 8-10

13th

Job 1-4

14th

Job 5-8

15th

Review

16th

Job 9-12

17th

Job 13-16

18th

Job 17-20

19th

Job 21-24

25th

Ps 1-4

20th

Job 25-28

26th

Ps 5-8

21st

Job 29-32

27th

Ps 9-12

22nd

Job 33-37

23rd

Job 38-39

24th

Job 40-42

28th

29th

30th

Ps 13-16

Ps 17-20

Ps 21-24

31st

Review

#3 - Here are some further resources to help you really understand the important lessons & meanings God is

trying to teach you and show you in this month's Scriptures.

How the Hebrew calendar corresponds to our calendar

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How we attribute the Authors of the Psalms

The Book of Psalms is actually made up of FIVE (5) subsections. Remember 5 is the number of GRACE, so by accident? I don't think so. :) Here is a chart by Chuck Swindoll showing his thoughts on the division and themes of each book or subsection. How brilliant is the Word of God? Beyond our comprehension, but definitely for our delight!!!! Thank you, Jesus!!!

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This is Psalm 23 sung in Hebrew so you can see what so many of the pslams that that were sung to music and composed probably by David and the other Temple musicians might have originally sounded like. So beautiful. 

      Do you agree with how we interpreted the Scriptures?

If so, let us know in the comments below.

     If not, show us - with Scripture, not your opinion - where we are wrong.

     We thank you in advance for your heart that wants to love God, know His truth & share it with others! :)