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Bible in One Year

By: eBible

Read the whole Bible in standard (canon) order

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Great Faith Stories

By: eBible

Stories of great faith from ordinary people of God (10 days).

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Bible in One Year

By: eBible

The whole Bible in one year in chronological order. Sorted by when the events occurred.

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Bible - Chapter a Day

By: eBible

The whole Bible one chapter a day (3 years).

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New Testament

By: eBible

The New Testament in 3 months.

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Women of the Bible

By: eBible

Amazing women of faith characters in the Bible.

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Old Testament

By: eBible

The Old Testament in 10 months.

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Hometown Faith Ministry, Bible Study

By: Hometown Faith Ministry

Welcome. We are going to do a study. This will inspire, encourage, and enlighten those who read. Plus it will help to ground you daily in the word.

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Ecclesiastes

By: Ronnie knight

Finding Purpose

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Book of Acts in 28 Days

By: Colin Wong

Study the ways of the early church in the days after Jesus died and ascended to heaven. How did the church get started? What was it like? How did the Holy Spirit came to us? This is the story of Christianity, this is the story of us.

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Believer's Sunday School Class Devotions

By: Marlboro Original Free Will Baptist Church

These weekly Scripture readings will provide you with the verses that we will be studying each Sunday. The reading plan will update each Monday giving you the Scripture to read over during the week for the following Sunday's lesson.

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Worship Life Bible Reading Plan

By: Worship Life Calvary Chapel

This unique approach to reading the Bible in one year features a different section of the scriptures every day. Sunday: Gospels // Monday: Torah // Tuesday: History // Wednesday: Psalms // Thursday: Poetry // Friday: Prophets // Saturday: Epistles

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Your Identity in Christ

By: eBible

Who you are in Christ? 30 verses about God's promises to you.

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Bible Study of major books

By: The Way, Truth, and Life

This is a daily study Bible which covers archeological info, scientific facts and inferences, How certain biblical events happened, and what we can learn from these stories.

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Bible Reading Plan

By: Family Worship Center

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Romans Bible Study

By: Romans Bible Study

We're studying one chapter of Romans per week and sharing notes and thoughts.

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Gospel Readings

By: Catholic Daily Readings

This self-paced reading plan is of the 4 Gospels over 471 days. One to several verses per day.

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Mentors Daily Devotional

By: Jijo

This is a daily devotional plan for all mentors in KU

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MARK: The First Book of Jesus

By: Anthem Church

This devotional is intended to coincide with our expositional preaching series through the Gospel of Mark. Each Wednesday, the text for the upcoming Sunday gathering will be posted.

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Tong Pineda's Bible Study on Colossians

By: Tong Pineda

This is a bible study on the book of Colossians.

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By: JesuSay - Christian Community

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Essentials from Ephesians

By: Truth For Trying Times

Paul's letter to the church at Ephesus is broken down into sections to allow a more detailed study of this foundational book of the New Testament. This letter to the Ephesians will give those who consider themselves a follower of Christ a basic outline for Christian conduct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >If you so desire, you are welcome to use the study guides that correlate with this Bible reading plan and can be located at: http://t4ttbs2.wix.com/t4ttimes#!online-bible-study-resources/c15cf

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M'Cheyne One-Year Bible Reading Plan

By: eBible

Scottish pastor, Robert Murray M'Cheyne's (early 19th century) classic daily Bible reading plan.

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A Week in 1 Corinthians

By: Robin Steele

This plan covers the entire book of 1 Corinthians in one work week (5 days).

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Book of Romans in 16 Days

By: Colin Wong

The Apostle Paul's letter to the Romans study the doctrine of salvation by faith and grace, and its practical implications in our daily life.

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The "BibleIn2" Two-Year Journey Through God's Word

By: E-QUIP MINISTRIES

Read through the entire Bible at a pace that allows you time to really digest what you read. By reading only 32 verses from the Old Testament and 11 from the New Testament daily, you will complete this journey in exactly two years. Dive in today and keep going until you complete the entire Bible. Make sure you take notes or keep a journal; you will be amazed when you review them in two years. Enjoy your time in God's Word and email us with your comments about this unique reading plan at: Kevin@PastorKevin.com

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The prayer network global outreach

By: The Prayer Network Outreach Ministry

As Christians we should all share the same views and believe in Jesus Christ about salvation and redemption from sins. Realizing that there is no separation by race, color or religion in heaven. The prayer network social networking site provide a great place for us to start standing up for that belief so that our light may shine amounts unbelievers and to publicly show our continuous support for Jesus Christ ministry.

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Matthew

By: Joshua Roland

February 2013

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260Live! from NWBC

By: NWBC 260Live!

There are 260 weekdays in the year and 260 chapters in the New Testament. Take the 260Live challenge... The theme of this reading initiative for our church is to "Learn It to Live It!"... We are praying that God will work through this time together in His Word to draw our church, our families and our people to Himself and closer to one another.

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Hebrews

By: Dan and Saul Bible Studies

Hi Saul, I'm just trialling this, never used it before. Let me know what you think. Dan

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Moravian Text

By: Grace Long Beach

The Daily Texts is a daily devotional guide published yearly since 1731. It is the oldest such guide in continuous use. Begun in Germany as a daily oral tradition, it soon became a regularly printed set of texts for each day of the year. The texts are chosen yearly in Germany for use in all editions of the Daily Texts throughout the world.

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The Message in One Year

By: The Message in One Year

Community Bible Reading

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Chronological New Testament Reading

By: WYG Reading Plan

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A Week in Romans

By: Robin Steele

Go through the entire book of Romans in 5 days. It works well: Monday-Friday. This book is one of the pivotal books of the New Testament laying the ground work of salvation.

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AM Feeding

By: Hailey

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MOSH - Men Of Sure Hope

By: Sure Hope Church

A weekly message and suggested Bible reading for the Men Of Sure Hope, a growing church in the Colwyn Bay region of North Wales. Find out more about our monthly men's weekend on http://surehopechurch.co.uk/?page_id=5191

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The Gospel of Mark

By: Fr. Constantine Newman

This is a daily Bible Study to read the Gospel of Mark throughout Lent

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Straight Forward

By: Straight Forward

Our small group reading plan.

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CSCC Essential Memory Verses

By: Cold Springs Community Church

These are passages that Cold Springs Community Church leaders have suggested as essential Scriptures to memorize. We're going to post one a month so you can reflect on each for some time. (The first one - for March 2013 - is short!)

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Growing Faith Together in 2014

By: 2014 Growing Faith Together

2014 Bible Reading Plan

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Grace Bible Church - Killeen, TX

By: Grace Bible Church

The church-wide Bible reading plan for Grace Bible Church - Killeen, TX.

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Parables of Jesus in Luke

By: Readings of @5Watts

This is a 13 week reading through each parable of Jesus in the Book of Luke.

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Ephesians Reading Harvest

By: Ephesians

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Bro Rajkumar's Plan

By: HI SLS Kodai 2013

This is the 3 month reading plan suggested by Bro Rajkumar. Finish The Bible in 2 months, meditate on the verses for a month. Remarks and Suggestions a. Before the Bible reading please pray according to Psalm 119;and believe God’s promise in Jeremiah 33:3 b. Remember the Holy Spirit is your teacher. c. Preferably read your 20 chapters at one sitting early morning. Short breaks of a few minutes in between help. If you cannot read at one sitting read ten chapters in the morning and the rest at night d. Whatever the Holy Spirit speaks to you from your reading (maybe just a couple of verses) please meditate on. As you lie down to sleep at night let your mind be occupied by these verses. d. Buy a new notebook and write down everything what the Holy Spirit speaks to you. e. Do not make this exercise a burden but ENJOY it by realizing you are having fellowship with God f. One dos not read the scriptures to just know the scriptures but one reads it to KNOW GOD through the scriptures.

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Westermann Small Group - GEPC Study

By: Westermann Small Group

This is a helpful guide for those in the Westermann Small Group :-). We love you all!!

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General Harrison Bible Reading Plan

By: Mosaic Church of Ann Arbor

This plan is a year-long plan that covers the Old Testament once and the New Testament four times. Each consists of one reading of history, one of prophecy, one of poetry, one of gospels/early church, and one of epistles.

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JAMES: How Do You Know Your Faith Is Real?

By: Anthem Church

What if there was a visible way to discern whether one’s faith was legitimate or nothing more than hollow religion? What if God’s grace had ensured genuine belief in Jesus had an outward and discernible manifistation clearly distinguishable from just knowing, saying and doing the right things? Enter James, Jesus’ intrepid younger brother, whose short letter pierces though the self-deception and lukewarm living all too common among professing Christians. No New Testament book is more influenced by the teachings of Jesus nor more controversial throughout church history, than James’ epistle. So if you have asked the question “how do we know our faith is real”, then this hard-hitting letter from James has the answers you’ve been waiting for.

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GCBC - Advent 2013 Reading Plan

By: Great Commission Baptist Church

This reading plan will encourage both an appreciation of Christmas and an anticipation of Jesus' second advent.

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Cornerstone Connections - Teens

By: Kirsten

The reading to go along with the Seventh-day Adventist Cornerstone Connections Sabbath School Bible study guide.

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GodsNation Reading Plan

By: GP

Many people are lost when it comes to "where they should start reading in the bible", so this is a daily reading plan that will help you to read scriptures pertaining to you life Now. Enjoy!

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Books I Want to Read

By: Elizabeth

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Authentic

By: Pastor Adam Bowers

A study in 1 John about the authenticity of God, His message, His messengers, and His followers.

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UFC Bible Reading Plan 2014

By: University Fellowship Church

Read a chapter a day along with others from University Fellowship.

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WADEin Fall 2013

By: Matthew Parsons

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Read the Bible Book by Book

By: Victoria

This is a self-paced Bible reading plan where we read the Bible book by book (not necessarily in order).

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The Acts of the Holy Spirit

By: Good News Centre

The Acts of the Holy Spirit through Jesus as walked the earth preaching the Kingdom of God and through the early church as they preached the Kingdom of God. Acts 10:38

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90 days through the Bible

By: Andrew Wommack One Year

I know this says 90 days which is actually 88 days but this gives you two days of GRACE. This is based on the college course at http://immanuels.org/

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NWBC 260Live! Reloaded

By: NWBC 260Live!

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Point of Mercy | Teen Student Bible Reading

By: Point of Mercy | Teen Student Class

This is our Bible Reading Plan for Teen Student Class

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Bible Study

By: Praying South Africa

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Oak Read Through The Bible

By: Oak Read Through The Bible In A Year

Oak Elders Reading through the bible 2015

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By: Lifewater Church

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Discipleship 101

By: Michael Mercurio

Discipleship 101 is a ministry of First Alliance Church in Silver Spring, MD. More than simply being religious, Jesus calls us to be one of his disciples - and as we follow him to make disciples of others. This reading program provides a chronological presentation of the life of Christ and the beginning days of the church. The goal is to keep Jesus at the center of everything that we do and all that we aspire to be.

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The Lost Art of Following Jesus (The Gospel of Mark)

By: Fellowship Bible Church Dallas

This prayer guide accompanies the Fellowship Bible Church Dallas sermon series with the same name (May-August 2015). Sermon archives and other resources are available at http://fellowshipdallas.org/media/sermon-archive/the-lost-art-of-following-jesus/

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Test Plan

By: Test Bible Study

Test with Book of Hebrews

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Exegeting Galatians: A Messianic Jewish Commentary

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Historically, the book of Galatians has challenged Christian commentators due largely to the technical discussions of biblical topics ranging from circumcision, to the Torah, to freedom in Christ. A contextual study of Galatians will help to unravel the letter for both Christians and Jews. To be sure, without a proper background to the book we will forever misread Paul, Apostle to the Gentiles. For this particular study, allow me to start in B'resheet (Genesis) with Avraham and circumcision. If we begin to peel back the mysteries surrounding this simple biblical command we stand a better chance at understanding Sha'ul (Apostle Paul) and his enigmatic instructions.

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Genesis

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Exodus

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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Church of God of Exeter- Bread of Life

By: Church of God of Exeter

2016 Bible Reading Plan

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Full Meal Deal: A Balanced Way to Read Through the Bible in One Year

By: Romans Bible Study

Want to read through the Bible in one year, but don't want to be stuck in just one place at a time? This devotional is a well-rounded plan that will daily feed you in four essential areas: 1) Daily reading in the gospels to keep Jesus at the center of your study; 2) Daily reading the inspiration and instruction of Psalms and Proverbs for encouragement and wisdom; 3) Daily reading in the OT for historical background and great faith stories that make up the root system of the Christian Faith; and 4) Daily reading in the NT for the meat believers need to grow in their understanding of the faith. During the course of one year, you'll read through the gospels four times, the NT twice, Psalms and Proverbs twice (except Psalms 119, which is spread out over several days due to its length), and the OT once.

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Whole Bible in 30 Days

By: Neighborhood Bible Church

This is an aggressive reading plan where you will read the entire Bible in 30 days. It will require about 2 hours of reading per day for a decently fast reader.

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Leviticus

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Numbers

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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Weekly Torah Portions: Book of Deuteronomy

By: Tetze Torah Ministries

Some traditions hinder our individual relationship with our Heavenly Father; other traditions enhance it. Every Saturday morning, during Sabbath service, Jewish synagogues the world over, engage in the public reading and studying of the Pentateuch (the first five books of Moshe). Each week, a portion (called a "parashah,” usually one to six chapters long) is read and expounded upon by the rabbi and congregation. This schedule has now become part of tradition. Fifty-four portions in all comprise the entire schedule, beginning with Genesis at Rosh HaShanah (Jewish Head of the Year), and concluding with Deuteronomy, around the same time a year later. We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish Community since before the birth of the Church. At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God's rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you there. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem.

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NT Books in Written Chronological Order

By: Scott Paine

As of 2016, this is a reasonable order of NT books in the order in which they were written, based on several sources, including some very recent archaeological and manuscript data and textual analysis. Popular consensus on the order lags decades behind academic research, but there is still insufficient data to determine the order. Only future finds and research can increase the probability of an accurate order by dating the original texts (which are very unlikely to exist now). Note: the order of the books is not the same as reading the order of EVENTS, nor as interesting, but it may reveal a little of how the early church developed prior to any canon or Church division.

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A Questionable Life

By: Trailhead Church

This plan supplements our sermon series on the letter of 1 Peter. This letter explores what it means to live faithfully as a follower of Jesus in society. As we learn to live out the ways of Jesus in the kingdom of God, our lives will become different--questionable.

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reMIX - Creation Song - week one (Sep 4-10)

By: stan cardwell

Our ten week worship series, reMIX, is a sprint through the Bible, hitting the highest of highlights and themes in God's story with humanity. Our goal is to provide a big picture view of the Bible so, as you read passages personally, you'll have a clear sense of how it all fits together. This series includes 10 weekly plans you can read at your own pace with fresh themes introduced every Sunday. Week one includes readings from Genesis 1-11. Genesis literally means origins or beginnings. It’s a great title for the first book in the Bible because it speaks to the origins of the universe, the beginning of sin, and the start of God’s redemptive rescue plan through our Hebrew Patriarchs – Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. This week, we’ll explore the beginning of the beginnings – specifically to look at the creation story and the introduction of sin – these stories are the foundation of our Judeo-Christian world view.

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reMIX - Father Abram's Call - week two (Sep 11-17)

By: stan cardwell

Our ten week worship series, reMIX, is a sprint through the Bible, hitting the highest of highlights and themes in God's story with humanity. Our goal is to provide a big picture view of the Bible so, as you read passages personally, you'll have a clear sense of how it all fits together. This series includes 10 weekly plans you can read at your own pace with fresh themes introduced every Sunday. Week two includes readings from Genesis 12-45. Genesis literally means origins or beginnings. It’s a great title for the first book in the Bible because it speaks to the origins of the universe, the beginning of sin, and the start of God’s redemptive rescue plan through our Hebrew Patriarchs – Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. This week, we’ll explore the beginning of God's plan to redeem fallen humanity - His covenant with Abraham and continued promise of blessing to Isaac and Jacob. Through Abraham's lineage, all nations of the earth will be blessed.

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reMIX - Liberation and Law - week three (Sep 18-24)

By: stan cardwell

Our ten week worship series, reMIX, is a sprint through the Bible, hitting the highest of highlights and themes in God's story with humanity. Our goal is to provide a big picture view of the Bible so, as you read passages personally, you'll have a clear sense of how it all fits together. This series includes 10 weekly plans you can read at your own pace with fresh themes introduced every Sunday. Week three includes readings from Exodus. If you've been reading along, you know that Joseph brought his family to Egypt with great hospitality that turned to enslavement. We pick up the story with God's call on Moses - to be sent back to Egypt to face the most powerful person on the planet with one message - "Let my people go." Exodus is the story of how God won release for his enslaved people and how God would seek to give them a new identity through the Law and priestly codes. For forty years, these former slaves slept in and ate sand, until a new generation which had no memory of slavery would be ready to reenter the land promised to Abraham. This is our story.

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reMIX - Tribal Developments - week four (Sept 25-Oct 2)

By: stan cardwell

Our ten week worship series, reMIX, is a sprint through the Bible, hitting the highest of highlights and themes in God's story with humanity. Our goal is to provide a big picture view of the Bible so, as you read passages personally, you'll have a clear sense of how it all fits together. This series includes 10 weekly plans you can read at your own pace with fresh themes introduced every Sunday. Week four includes readings from Joshua, Judges and Ruth. Joshua tells the story of Joshua's leadership after Mose' death and his call to capture and claim the Promised Land. Judges tells numerous stories of the Israelites in conflict with the "locals" and God's call to raise up leaders to lead these conflicts. Ruth is the beautiful story of Ruth and Naomi's deep, unlikely and inseparable relationship. We continue the theme of God calling unlikely and imperfect people to fulfill his ongoing mission to forge Israel into a nation. This is our story.

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reMIX - Nation Building and Busting

By: stan cardwell

Our ten week worship series, reMIX, is a sprint through the Bible, hitting the highest of highlights and themes in God's story with humanity. Our goal is to provide a big picture view of the Bible so, as you read passages personally, you'll have a clear sense of how it all fits together. This series includes 10 weekly plans you can read at your own pace with fresh themes introduced every Sunday. Week five includes readings from 1-2 Samuel and 1-2 Kings - the rise and fall of Israel as a regional political power. If you've been reading along, you know that Joshua led the Israelites into the promised land and God's people entered into a period of settlement and unrest while guided by Judges - God called leaders and legal counsel. Now as God’s people settle in to the tribal areas assigned to them, they ask Samuel, their prophet/judge for a king – so they can “be like other nations.” We pick up the story this week with God’s relenting to this unwise request and subsequent parade of kings who at first bring Israel to glory, but quickly lead the people into division and eventual conquest and exile. Rise and fall, obedience and rebellion, repentance and restoration – the story of a people who make God their Source and then reject Him sounds like a broken record. And sadly, it is our story as well. God disciplines those He loves. Let’s sing that song as we explore this week’s theme – Nation Building and Busting.

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Church of God of Exeter- The Word

By: Church of God of Exeter

The Word Bible Reading Plan 2017