We’re right around the corner from 2016, so now is a good time to ask yourself:
Why not commit to reading the entire Bible in 2016?
It’s not as hard as you might think.
The Bible contains around 775,000 words.
The average adult reads 250 words per minute.
That means if you read the Bible for just 10 minutes per day, you’ll get through the whole thing in a year!
Everyone can find 10 minutes in their day, whether early in the morning, during a lunch break, or before going to bed.
But even after committing to reading the whole Bible, most people have two questions:
1. Which translation should I use?
2. How should I read the Bible? (What order of books? What plan?)
That’s why I put together this free guide on how to easily read the whole Bible in 2016:
FREE Guide –> How to Easily Read the Whole Bible in 2016
– My favorite Bible translations (and which not to use)– Several different plans that give you day-by-day readings– My personal solution which enables me to read the Bible on-the-go each day
So what do you say, Tom? Are you in?
Will you read the whole Bible in 2016?