Tuesday, January 3, 2012

A Different Bible Reading Plan....

Tim LaHaye's book, How to Study the Bible for Yourself, has a Bible reading plan that I find interesting. I have not followed it myself, but it does look very good.

I created a document that can be printed out and tucked into a Bible to help with tracking where you are in the plan. I uploaded the document to Scribd and it is here.

And it should embed here:

Bible Reading Plan LaHaye

(I only read one book in the Left Behind series. It really was not my cup of tea. But this book I found helpful and inspirational. Probably as much as any book, it encouraged me to read the Bible daily. Not that I always do that, but I do try.)


tkk05 said...

Thank you so much for the printable document!!!
I hhad the book and two days later when i went to type it all out and make a plan similar to the the book had vanished. Two weeks later and i was about to purchase the book again, but found your link. Awesome! Again thanks, do you by chance have a link to the journal entry page. Where he gives you an example of questions to ask your self as your reading?

Leah said...

I am so glad this helped you! I would love your feedback after you have used it for a while. And I did look over it for typos or mistakes, but some may remain. If you find something wrong, please let me know!

I will try to post the questions for you soon.

Leah said...

I cannot believe it took me over three months to get back to you about the Bible reading questions!

Here they are. After recording the passage and date, respond to:

God's message to me today:

A promise from God:
A command to keep:
A timeless principle:
How does this apply to my life?:
Additional comments:

Hope that helps!