Bible reading plans are usually book by book, chronological or something in-between. There are yearly plans and New Testament only and Old Testament only, prophetic books, gospels, Paul’s letters, etc.
In his book, “How to Eat Your Bible”, Nate Pickowicz offers a different method based on John MacArthur’s reading plan. Nate’s seven-year plan takes you through the Bible at your own pace and using your own plan. Nate shares his own plan with readers but encourages us to prepare our own. He discusses studying the Bible, application, memorization and prayer and how this seven year plan will help you with these disciplines. If you are stuck or don’t know where to start reading the Bible or if you don’t have a desire to read it but know you should, this little book will help you cultivate the habit without bogging you down and will show you how you can enjoy reading it, too. It holds a lot of valuable information for individuals and can be used in a small group.
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