Bible Reading Schedule on Your Phone Everyday

If you only read the Bible through a devotional that consists of one verse each day, most of you will never read the entire Bible. Here’s the math: There are 31,102 verses in the Bible. If you read one a day, with no repeats (very unlikely), it will take you over 85 years, and most people don't start reading at day one.

We've put together a book called Journey Through the Bible and a webpage to help people read through the entire Bible in a year.

The webpage has you reading a section of the new and old testament each day. This page also includes helpful study tools that allow you to quickly look up different commentaries on each verse such as commentaries for each verse. We've also baked in the ability to take notes, and track progress with family members.

The book, Journey Through the Bible is a great tool for families. It's broken up into sections, each covering a book of the Bible. For every book of the Bible, we give details such as the author of the book, the time in which the events of the book take place, and an overview. We outline key verses, and even give a memory verse and hymn to sing with your family. There are also a number of study questions and answers.

We think these tools can be a great help to you and your family and hope that whether you're using our tools or not, the Word of God is at the center of your life.

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