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Read Through the Bible in 2014

By December 31, 2013

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Read Through the Bible
If you've never read through the entire Bible, let me challenge and encourage you as we begin a New Year to dedicate yourself to this task. It's a privilege you will never regret. Just think about this: God the Father, Creator of the Universe, wrote a book to you. He wants to communicate with you on a daily basis. I promise, once you get started, you will never be the same!

This article tackles many of the common struggles (and excuses) for not reading through the Bible, and offers simple, practical suggestions for succeeding in this worthwhile endeavor. Go ahead, start today. An amazing adventure awaits you, so don't put it off!

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December 28, 2007 at 12:31 pm
(1) Gregory GOrDon says:

Wonderful post. For the past three years this has been my new years resolution and I’ve yet to get through a full week. Yet I have written extensively on the Bible. Own one of the most beautiful Biblical domain names http://www.LightoftheWorld.com and believe it or not think I am the chosen one. Yet, I’ve never read the entire old testament. Go figure? I think I can do the GoBible or another audio program. Thanks again for getting me to commit to this task.

December 28, 2007 at 1:06 pm
(2) Mary says:

A couple more good audio Bibles are The Bible Experience and The Listener’s Bible and you can get them in different translations and in MP3 format as well.

January 4, 2008 at 9:43 am
(3) Ming says:

Reading the whole bible is such a worthwhile thing to do indeed. I actually just created a website/project to encourage people to do that very thing! biblein2008.com

December 30, 2012 at 11:14 am
(4) Robert D. says:

I agree , great.
I also use the online or phone based application
‘You Version Bible’ which has both written version and audio Bible version , plans and devotionals. Good Grace upon you to finish your goal!

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