Bible Plan


The purpose of a Bible Reading Plan is to ABSORB God's words. If we don't absorb them, then they're just information rather than life-transforming inspiration.

Most Christians I know usually adopt some Bible Reading Plan at the beginning of the New Year.  It’s a plan we use at a specific part of our day that we have set aside to read our Bible.  What about the rest of our day?

I am definitely pro-plan.  Plans give you a direction and help you be systematic about reading all of God’s words.  As we say, when we open our Bible, God opens His mouth.

But the purpose of a plan -- and some of us might miss this -- is to absorb God’s words.  His words bring life as they shape our lives.  If we don’t absorb them, it is just information. 

To absorb God’s words, we must read them, question them, and then incorporate them into action.  This will change our reading plan into a life plan.  When we do this, we’ll be amazed at how much we notice God do in the rest of our day.

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