Bible Reading Challenge Check-In

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Hey Friends! Monday is here once again and it’s time for the Bible Reading Challenge check-in. I humbly admitted to you last week that I’m a bit behind and while I’ve almost caught up this week, I wanted to mention that the best way I’ve found to catch up when you get behind is to begin with the day you should be on. So the date and the number of day should match. Then once I’ve read the day I’m supposed to be on, I try to close the gap backwards. If I have time to read extra, then I read the chapters from the day before. And then the day before, and so on. I’ve found that it does seem a bit easier to catch up when I approach it this way, rather than trying to continually play catch up to the day’s reading I’m supposed to be on according to numbers. Hope this makes sense!!

I’m looking forward to hearing from you today; how’s your reading going? And if you have the chance, encourage someone else from the comment before or after yours so we can keep cheering one another on the journey to be in God’s Word each day.

Have a great day!


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  1. Just started following you and I began following the plan last night. I am going to work hard to catch up. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. I’m on track. Way to go ladies! Congrats Tonya!! Wasn’t it fun having the milestone of day 100 this past week!

    1. Yes, Fiona, it was! 100 days! Woo-Hoo!!!

  3. As soon as I do my reading for today, I will be on track … Great job Heather! Way to stay on target 🙂 morning is my favorite time of day to read too!

  4. Heather P says:

    Still on track! I am reading in Leviticus, Isaiah, Acts, and the Psalms. Not exactly what everyone else is reading, but I am still on track with a daily morning time with God!

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