For anyone looking to deepen their spiritual walk by reading through
the Bible in a year, this keepsake journal offers a reading schedule
with daily Scripture assignments and room to record three years' worth
Derived from the popular Daily Question series, The Daily Bible Project follows the same three-year structure in this new keepsake journal. Instead of a prompt, however, each page offers a Scripture reading assignment for the day, along with brief journaling spaces to fill with your favorite verses or your own questions and revelations experienced while reading.
The daily reading plan is specially designed to keep you on track but not overwhelmed:
• The daily readings are chronological but include chapters from the Old and New Testaments.
• Each day's reading prompt assigns roughly three chapters of Scripture.
• You'll read through the entire Bible each year, for three years.
• Indicating just the Scripture reference, the journal can be used with any Bible translation or version.
With room for three years' worth of responses, The Daily Bible Project offers a unique opportunity to track your spiritual growth and progress year over year.
What an easy way to keep track of your bible reading, your prayers, and
spiritual growth, and a quick way to look back at the previous years,
and see how you have grown, how your prayers were answered, and the way
you have grown in your daily bible reading.
I loved the hint that you could read a different translation each year, there is space for three years of reflections, and compare your answers.
We are also given bonus pages that make you think and want to investigate further, The Bible by Numbers, Verses for when you need Hope, Names for God, Comparing the Gospels, Verses for when you need Comfort, Verses for when you need Joy!
I have now using this and loving it, and know what I'll be sharing with my family!
I received this book from the Publisher, and was not required to give a positive review.
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