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Posted by Carla Alvarez Feb 19, Resources 0. Everyone in all six campuses is encouraged to participate and each week, every Bible Study class lessons focuses on a topic that we are reading for that week. There are many one year Bibles, and reading plans to go through the Bible in a year, but this plan is different in that it is chronological. On January 1st, we started with Genesis 1, and we will end with Revelation 22 on December 31st, but the order of the reading in between is very different. The Old Testament is divided into 5 sections: the five books of Law, or the Torah; 12 books of history; 5 books of wisdom and poetry; 5 major prophets, and 12 minor prophets. The New Testament also has five sections: the four gospels, one book of history; 13 letters by Paul, 8 general letters, and one book of prophecy. So, for example, as we read through Genesis, passages were interspersed from the Chronicles which included the genealogies.
Are you considering reading through the whole Bible in this year? If so, I highly recommend reading chronologically. Every year, I ask the people who are participating in the 4-Month Bible Read Thru what questions they have before we begin. A question I have already heard several times this year and I hear it every year is . In general, the Bible IS written in chronological order the order the events actually occurred. Specifically, however, there are many exceptions. I am listing this one first simply because this is the plan I am going to use this year.