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The idea of the chronological reading plan is that you read the books of the Bible in what is believed to be the chronological order of events rather than how they are ordered in the Bible. The story of Job occurred in a parallel timeframe to Genesis, so the readings in Job appear in the chronological plan at the point at which Job is believed to have been alive. You'll find as you continue reading that often the reading plan will jump back and forth between books, out of the usual order of the books of the Bible. For example, the psalms were written by various authors and often as a response to what the authors were experiencing; therefore, you'll find psalms interspersed with many of the other books, especially as you read about David. Enjoy the plan! It's one of my favorite ways to read the Bible, and I believe it enriches the understanding of the reader to read chronologically.
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