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Chronological Bible Reading program
Alexa Bliss
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Christians are encouraged to read the Bible and pray every day. There are many ways of studying the Bible. An innovative Bible reading program has been introduced. It offers a fresh approach to studying the Bible. Unlike traditional approaches, it encourages readers to study the entire Bible in chronological order and to complete the goal in one year.

Most Christians have never studied the entire Bible. Therefore, this Chronological Bible Reading program offers a perfect opportunity for such people. By participating in the one year Bible reading plan, a person will differentiate themselves from peers, understand the Bible more, and also please God.

It is a well-known fact that:

1. Over 90% of Christians have never completed reading the Bible. Only 10% have read the Bible in full. For many, the idea of studying the Bible in its entirety is something that has never crossed their minds. A good percentage of Christians believe that it is an unachievable goal.

2. The average Christian struggles with understanding certain biblical passages. Some passages are widely known but many remain shrouded in mystery for most Christians.

3. With the fast-paced nature of modern life, most believers have neglected to include daily devotionals with God in their routine. They are busy trying to make a living. It seems a majority of Christians are ignorant of how to approach this element of their faith.

A new program has been developed to enhance biblical understanding: "Through the Bible.... As It Happened." The uniqueness of this program lies in how it encourages chronological studying of the Bible. This refers to studying biblical events according to the order they occurred. With the chronological Bible reading plan, readers get assistance in interpreting and understanding various texts.

The traditional biblical format is organized by themes, where authors write about their particular situations. The authors then arranged their work into a "book" format depending on the subject matter. With this arrangement, it can be difficult for readers to understand how events fit together.

The New Testament has 27 books while the old has 39 books. All these books represent events spanning over 4,500 years. The problem is that these books are not organized according to the order of events. Therefore, readers can have difficulty understanding the relationship between events and also the historical context. With "Through the Bible... as It Happened," readers study the Bible chronologically which helps to foster a deeper understanding.

David Shreve, the creator of this program, has reorganized biblical material in a way that facilitates a smooth chronological flow of events. This is the format that is used to write most novels, starting with the beginning scenes and followed by a series of events, which end in  conclusion.

The major advantage of this program chronological arrangement of events.

There are other chronological Bible approaches available out there. Some are basic rearrangements that a person can print on a single piece of paper while others are huge hardcover volumes that reorder the Bible.

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