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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

The Scriptures in Chronological Order

Scripture Reading: Breisheet/Genesis 32-34

A few years ago I read the Narrated Bible, which is the NIV in chronological order. It really opened my eyes to the sweep of history covered in the Scriptures and how everything happened and the continuity of the nation of Israel from Genesis to Revelation.

When I finished this past year's through-the-Scriptures reading cycle, I decided to try another chronological reading when the new Torah reading cycle began.

I looked online for a chronological reading schedule and found this little gem:

http://www.wrs.edu/bible_reading_plan.htm

This yearly schedule is a pdf file that is printed in landscape style and then can be folded in fourths to use as a bookmark with the column you are currently using on the outside to make it super easy to see what the next day's reading is.

It will probably take me more than a year to complete this schedule because I follow the Torah cycle for readings on Shabbat and holidays. Also, I don't follow the dates on the chronological schedule (which has as its beginning date January 1) since I started my cycle after Sukkot.

Yearly Torah reading cycles can be found here:

http://ffoz.org/downloads/torah_study_resources/

http://www.flamefoundation.org/parashiot.html

http://www.hebrew4christians.com/Scripture/Torah/Weekly_Readings/weekly_readings.html

1 comments:

Ariel said...

Thank you for those links!!!!!!!!!

 

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