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What book of the bible to read first

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A Quick and Easy Guide to Choosing which Book of the Bible to Read

Have you ever just sat there staring at your bible, wanting to read it, but not knowing where to start, then this is the post for you. There are so many different styles of writing in the bible, wh…

The Bible Recap: A One-Year Guide To Reading And Understand...

Have you ever closed your Bible and thought, What did I just read? Or maybe you have tried to read through the Bible in a year, but quit when it felt confusing or impersonal. The Bible Recap is here to help. Tara-Leigh Cobble, host of the popular Bible Recap podcast, walks readers through a one-year chronological Bible reading plan and explains each day's passage in an easy-to-understand way. Emphasizing how God's character can be seen throughout Scripture, the recaps are simple and short…

Flunking First Grade and Shooting Trout by Lester D. Flake- Onlinebookclub.org Book of the Day! @OnlineBookClub

Flunking First Grade and Shooting Trout by Lester D. Flake- Onlinebookclub.org Book of the Day! @OnlineBookClub

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been receiving email after email from women who are wondering how to begin studying the Bible. I share a lot of Bible study resources on my blog, but a few weeks ago I shared an episode on “Does my quiet time need to be first thing in the morning?”... Read More

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been receiving email after email from women who are wondering how to begin studying the Bible. I share a lot of Bible study resources on my blog, but a few weeks ago I shared an episode on “Does my quiet time need to be first thing in the morning?”... Read More

Do you really know how to read the Bible? (These 3 books will help!) – Sarah K. Butterfield

There’s a trend I’ve noticed lately: using the word “biblical” to describe a topic. Biblical parenting. Biblical marriage. Biblical finances. Biblical diet. I don’t de…