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-Happy New Year 2012

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May God Bless you and yours during this new year.

With the new year, many want to improve their lives in 2012. One of the best ways to do that is to read the Bible daily in the new year.


Several polls taken during the last year have unfortunately demonstrated that American Christians are somewhat illiterate when it comes to the Bible and particularly Biblical teachings. One good way to reverse the trend is to set aside time to read the good book everyday. An excellent idea is to read through the whole Bible or at least the New Testament during 2011. There are a number of good programs to help you in the process.

One of the easiest ways to get it done is to get a ‘One Year Bible’ where the whole year is divided up into daily readings usually with a selection from the New Testament, the Old Testament, and from Psalms. You can even get it in your favorite version at the book store or at Amazon.

If you find that reading all of it in one year is maybe too much, then you could read just the New Testament and Psalm offerings for each day and then maybe save the Old Testament or the following year (or visa versa).

There are also a number of good plans available that allow you to use your regular Bible for the reading. Here’s a few online: The One year Bible Online, Bible Year-eSword, Bible Gateway

You could also get the Bible on CD or tape and listen to it on the way to work this year or download it into your iPod, iPhone or MP3: iTunes, Apps me now

There are lots more Bible helps available just search online.

May God Bless us all in 2012.               *Top

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2 Comments so far
  1. Dan Smith January 2, 2012 1:12 pm

    I’ve done this once before, failed a second time, and am embarking for a third time this year. We shall see how this goes. I’m using one of YouVersion’s programs for daily reading. I don’t know if it is something you could use or not, but it might help some of your readers.

    By the way, I liked your statement, “somewhat illiterate.” I would counter with “somewhat literate.” Mine might be closer to the truth, unfortunately.

  2. Dr.D January 2, 2012 7:26 pm

    I put the suggestion up to also encourage myself to make it all the way through. It has been several years since I was successful. YouVersion looks like a good possibility.