Here are some links to things I mentioned in the podcast above:
- The story about one man’s love for the Bible’s genealogies was a Mrs G. story – see her website here for many excellent Bible and Bible related stories.
- Perry Noble’s comments here. Though I certainly agree that we should be worshipping all week, and that we need to obey what we hear, I think his comments ignore the transforming and relational power of God’s Word.
- The chronological Bible reading plan I just completed. You can print out a pdf version for your Bible.
- Blue Letter Bible Reading plans are here. They can each be downloaded and printed out (pdf format) to put in your Bible.
- Professor Grant Horner’s Bible Reading System. Download and print this explanation, including Grant’s bookmarks.
- New bookmarks for Professor Horner’s system, including an editable version.
- Things get a little clearer if you read some of the excellent discussions on this system in the Facebook Group, Prof. Horner’s Bible-Reading System
- Free audio Bibles at Faith Comes by Hearing
- I have this audio version of the ESV Bible from christianaudio.com.
- Amazon.com has many audio Bibles on CD, including the NASB, ESV, NKJV, et cetera.
- I didn’t mention this in the podcast, but our family is reading through the Bible using the children-friendly reading plan in this book.
- The Spanish Bible I was reading. More links related to this version at my original post about this plan.
- Now that I did the chronological reading, I wanted a better way to keep track of the context of each passage with the new reading plan. I recommend this handy Bible Timeline, that you can print small enough to keep in your Bible case or big enough to fill your wall.