My post for the One Year Chronological Bible Reading Plan, Part 12 is going to be PACKED full of stuff! It’ll have your October reading schedule, video links for the Bible Project’s New Testament Overview, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, and some informational commentary from yours truly about what’s going on in the first five books of what’s known as the New Testament. It’s fabulously fascinating, in my opinion! Stay tuned…
Next week I’ll post Esther and Malachi which will finish off this month as well as what’s commonly known as the Old Testament. October’s reading schedule will be a separate post at the end of this month and it’ll be presented just like I’ve done in previous months. In the email subscribers get, I’ll have all the readings set up to flow smoothly, so if you’d like to get the daily emails, subscribe now (or at least before October 1st).
We start reading Ezekiel tomorrow, so that video is linked below and, if you’re a subscriber, you got the outline and poster yesterday, so you’re set! September starts on Monday so, as you can see, that schedule follows the video link and you’re set there, too!
We start reading the gospels on October 1st! In reading the gospels chronologically, there’s so much flipping around which tends to distract you from the story. I want your daily readings to flow as smoothly as possible so that your understanding is optimized! Starting October 1st, I’ll send out a daily email to my subscribers which will have a link to that entire day’s reading at BibleGateway dot com where you can read it in your preferred translation. The email will also have the full text of that day’s reading in the World English Bible (WEB) translation because it’s not copyrighted. For instance, October 1st will look like this:
October 1: John 1:1-14, Luke 1:1-2:7. Click on that link (or copy and paste it into your browser/search bar and choose the BibleGateway result). Let me know if the link didn’t work, so I can get it fixed before I start emailing them daily, please. And following the link will be the full texts of each reading just as they’re listed in the link. Subscribe today so you can get your daily gospel reading email!