He was only one Man, and He only had a short time. Perhaps three and a half years. Maybe forty two months, give or take. And in that time, Jesus would change the world forever. He could have done it alone, but He chose to include others to be with Him when He turned the world upside down.
New Year Bible Reading Plans
Start the New Year strong by using these Bible reading plans to grow your faith and to begin the habit of conisistent Bible reading.
Over the course of 15 days, Paul David Tripp will remind you of God’s grace towards you—truths that never grow old. When “behavior modification” or feel-good aphorisms aren’t enough to make you new, learn to trust in God’s goodness, rely on His grace, and live for His glory each and every day.
Read in the order that the events happened.
These five daily devotions for the New Year are based on Dr. David Jeremiah’s book "Forward: Discovering God’s Presence and Purpose in Your Tomorrow." These readings and reflections will explore how to get unstuck from the past, gain momentum, and move on toward a hopeful future, armed with the focus and encouragement, and that comes from pursuing God.
Daily reading plan to read the Bible in a year.
It’s a new year, and what better time to refocus your heart toward your Savior? Explore a different word each day—like obedience, faith, and trust—in 12 devotions designed deepen your relationship \with Jesus. Challenge questions at the end of each devotion will help you apply what you are reading so that this year, you can make Jesus your entire life—not just a part of it.