Dec 31, 2019
There are 66 books in the Bible so we can be tempted to approach the Word as a compilation of many different books. We can read the same books over and over again and purposefully neglect others. However, the Bible tells one story, and when we don’t read the whole Bible, we actually miss out on parts of the story! There are many benefits to reading the whole Bible, but there are also some barriers. We discuss all of this today, and we also extend an invitation to a special Bible reading challenge for 2020!
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
Story of the Bible Family Devotional by The Daily Grace Co.
Story of the Bible Coloring Book Companion by The Daily Grace Co.
Ep. 3 Bible Study in Busy Seasons by Daily Grace
Ep. 46 Setting Bible Study Goals by Daily Grace
Amen: From Eden to Eternity by The Daily Grace Co.
Bible Studies from The Daily Grace Co.
Bible Reading Challenge with The Daily Grace Co. (FREE)
Bible Reading Plan in The Daily Grace Co. App (FREE)
Scripture mentioned in this episode:
2 Timothy 3:16-17
1 John 1:9
1 Peter 3:15
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