Updated: Jul 27
Our main hope with this 30 day Bible reading plan was that you would develop the habit of daily Bible reading. In addition, we hoped to give you clarity on what the Bible is, how it is laid out, as well as give you practical tools on how to read it and give you understanding on what is happening as you read it.
We want to encourage that though this is the last day of the Bible challenge, don’t see this as the end of your time in the Bible or that you completed a task and now you can move on. This was merely to help you get started and give you basic understanding and encouragement to keep going.
Therefore, we encourage you to keep reading every day. Finish out the book of Matthew and then read to the end of the New Testament. Once you finish the New Testament, go back to the Old Testament and start reading from Genesis all the way through to the end of the Bible in Revelation. If you will remain faithful and consistent, you will increase in your knowledge of God and your love for Him and will be fruitful!
Finally, we have created another Bible plan to help you go deeper in understanding the different parts of the Bible. The next Bible plan is geared toward helping you understand the larger story that God is telling throughout the Bible and showing where Jesus is in the midst of each part of the story. We are still working on that Plan, but it will be on our website as well.