Seven4Seven: Week 1

Nov 16, 2008

Here you go … the first installment in our Seven4Seven adventure. In case you missed it, the original post with details about Seven4Seven is posted here. Remember, the goal is to read through the Bible chronologically in a year-ish. No stress, no guilt, no obligation. It’s all about relationship. And the best way to take your relationship with God (or anyone else for that matter) to the next level is to spend some time hanging out with Him and His words. Remember, you can subscribe for email reminders in the sidebar, or just keep checking this blog every Sunday.

Nuf said. And so we begin…

Day 1 (Monday): Genesis 1-3

Day 2: Genesis 4-7

Day 3: Genesis 8-11

Day 4: Job 1-5

Day 5: Job 6-9

Day 6: Job 10-13

Day 7: Job 14-16

2 Comments

  1. Jan Parrish

    So why are we hanging on in Genesis and then skipping to Job? What’s the plan there?

    Reply
  2. Michele

    Good question, Jan! This Bible read through is chronological … follows the timeline of the stories, rather than just reading front to back. Some books we’ll read straight through, others will be a little different. But I promise, we’ll get all 66 books! AND, I think you’ll have a better grasp of a timeline of events in the end.

    Reply

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