Have you ever read through the Bible chronologically?
I’ll be honest, I have wanted to for over a decade.
Like, I bought my first Chronological study Bible over 10 years ago. And never read it. I started to, but the study notes in it were awful. They tried to explain why you couldn’t trust God’s Word. I was like… what??
So I bought another version that I could read aloud to my kids at bedtime with my husband.
That was overly ambitious and my kids didn’t go for it. At one, one, four, and six, they weren’t down for a change in their bedtime routine.Heather wanted to read through the Bible chronologically, but she failed… Click To Tweet
Two years ago I heard about another version of the Bible that was supposed to make reading through the Bible chronologically easier, so I hopped on that train. I thought getting through Leviticus was the hard part, but with my migraines, it was focusing and consistency that got me. I finally gave up somewhere in Deuteronomy.
This year, I’m going to try again.
Yes, my head still hurts.
Yes, I know it will be hard.
So why do I think this year will be different?
Because this year, I have a group of other women who are reading it with me.
I started a Facebook accountability group for women who wanted to read through the Bible chronologically in 2020.
Reading the Bible shouldn’t be something you do to check it off your “good Christian checklist.” It’s something we should want to do. And that’s where I am.
I want to read through the Bible., but I also know that it’s easier to give in when my head hurts and skip a day. That’s why I need accountability.
If that’s where you are too, I’d love to have you join us.
Do You Want Read Through The Bible Chronologically In 2020?
If you want to read through the Bible chronologically this year, there is still time to join us.
When reading the Bible chronologically, there are multiple arrangements you can use. To join our accountability group, you don’t have to use the main plan I have chosen, but you can if you want to.
Have You Chosen A Reading Plan for 2020
There are a lot of Bible reading plans out there, and not everyone reads the Bible through every year. I’d love to hear from you. What’s your plan for this year? Do you have one, or are you taking it easy in 2020? Join the conversation in the comments below!Do you have a Bible reading plan for 2020? Click To Tweet