Have any here read a chronological bible?
I mean for reading from the beginning to the end and not hopping around. What did you think of that perspective? Did it bring new insights or understandings?
Yes and yes. Doing so can offer some neat surprises. I connected more dots and grew in understanding of the times written about in both Old and New Testaments. Was recently thinking about going through it again because the Word really is filled with layers to peel back and explore if one will read it prayerfully. Reading one of these BIbles is well worth the time. I think it's okay to mention in this context that I've written a recommendation for the Reese Chronological Bible on HubPages.
Guidepost published a Daily Bible in chronological order using the New International Version Bible with commentary in 365 daily readings. Valuable.
Thanks R Talloni. I will peek at your article. I am thinking of getting one. I haven't simply read the Bible in eons from front to back. I am looking forward to it.
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