We're a couple weeks into Bible reading plans for 2014. So, how are you doing? If you've already fallen behind a bit, don't worry. You can get back on track.
First, don't feel guilty. The Bible is a gift to us, and reading any of it is good. Even if you're not keeping pace, you're still getting into the Word. Once you start feeling guilty about falling behind, you're much more likely to just stop reading. Keep going with whatever you can get in each day. It's time well spent.
Reschedule all you want. Our site lets you change the start date of your plan. Plus, you can see all the daily readings for the entire duration. Make adjustments as you need.
Get daily readings delivered to your inbox. If you sometimes forget to come to the site to read, we can deliver daily readings right to your inbox in one of four versions of the Bible. Sign up on our newsletter page.
Consider changing plans. If you picked something that's a bit too ambitious for this year, go with something a bit shorter. Just click that you're finished with the plan and start a new one, such as reading through the New Testament.
Read along with us. On our Facebook page, we're reading through the Bible together this year. Join us as often as you can.
Whatever you do, don't worry about "falling behind." Just read as you can.
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