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Reading the Bible in 90 Days

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In the construction of my blog I have not only decided to take it in a more direct direction but to keep it neat and not cluttered with useless information. Though I believe in everything I write about, I am not always compassionate about it, therefore, my resolution for 2010 pertaining to my blog is to write with more passion as well as being more consistent. Which is why I am so excited about my first official post for 2010, it is also my first series since joining the blogosphere.
One of my favorite blogs Keeping the Kingdom First had a post about this challenge (Reading the Bible in 90 Days) just a few days ago and I am now just getting to read it, in the nick of time I might add being that the challenge starts today. Seems Mom's Tool Box posted about this challenge first and has encouraged her readers and reader’s readers to join together to make this challenge a success for everyone.

About a year or so ago my hubby and I purchased our first NIV Bibles, being raised by the King James Version I was always per swayed against the thought of such purchase though after becoming members of our church we felt more inspired to make that transaction. Now I have the Devotional Bible for Women and my hubby has the Devotional Bible for Men, we both agree that it is more like a wonderfully written book than a foreign guide that needs translation. The second we got home from purchasing it I opened it up and could not put it down, so many things that I never understood was now starting to make since to me. I was reading my Bible every night before bedtime until the night that I didn’t pick it up, that was the last night it was opened (except for church on Sunday).

This is why I am so compassionate about this and I pray that now I have a support forum I will be successful in finishing this miraculous book from cover to cover. Even though this seems to be an even more difficult challenge because of me using my own Biblbe rather than the Bible suggested for this challenge, only renders me to be even more determined.If you would like to participate as well you can get a book mark schedule here, thanx to Keeping the Kingdom First. Reading the Bible in 90 days may seem like a long shot but with great devotion comes great success! Due to this being the first day of this challenge I believe I have some reading to do, lol.


Sarah said…
You asked about the link to the free podcasts -- I don't know how to link to iTunes products. Go to iTunes and do a search for 'Bible in 90 days'. You will get results for audio books for $2.95, but also for those free podcasts (they are from a church). Good luck and keep it up!
Sarah said…
You asked about the link to the free podcasts -- I don't know how to link to iTunes products. Go to iTunes and do a search for 'Bible in 90 days'. You will get results for audio books for $2.95, but also for those free podcasts (they are from a church). Good luck and keep it up!

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