Your Bible Reading Plan
Do you have a Bible Reading Plan? We are encouraging our church members to adopt a plan of regular Bible reading. I’d like to share some good options for you – some are more rigorous than others.
- From NavPress and their Discipleship Journal, three variations with flexiblity and ‘catch-up’ days.
- Here’s a challenging one: Read the whole Bible in 180 days.
- From my own ministry, a Chronological Plan in two parts: Old Testament and New Testament.
There are many other interesting plans on the internet, find one that suits you and read your Bible!
And on other fronts…
- Dr. Jay Adams makes an important point about associations.
- Part of this report notes that other private companies are winning their court battles. This story isn’t over yet.
“Many families are faced with a stark proposition. If the life of an elderly wealthy family member extends into 2013, the tax bills will be substantially higher. An estate that could bequest $3 million this year will leave just $1.9 million after taxes next year. Shifting a death from January to December could produce $1.1 million in tax savings.”
- An odd story, but one that reminds us that when government meddles in the economy, strange things often happen as unintended consequences.
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