We come to the conclusion of the reading of the New Testament by reading the Writings of John. One Tip: When you read the book of Revelation, just read it through this time. Don’t try to figure out what all the symbols mean. Read and enjoy and gain the blessing that is promised to “those who read” (God’s EPIC Adventure).
- Reading 95: 1741-1750
- Reading 96: 1750-1765
- Reading 97: 1765-1771
Thought To Contemplate
From eternity past to eternity present to eternity future, Jesus was presented as God’s eternal word.
1, 2, & 3 John
- Reading 98: 1775-1779
- Reading 98: 1783
- Reading 98: 1787
Thought To Contemplate. 1 John
The reading and participation in the practices of this book should bring the same joy that John experienced in writing the book.
Thought To Contemplate. 2 John
If you are having a difficult time loving a brother or sister, check out your own belief system. Being impregnated with false teaching always leads to a dislike of others.
Thought To Contemplate. 3 John
Church discipline is a necessary reality.
- Reading 99 1791-1800
- Reading 100 1800-1812
Thought To Contemplate
There really is a new heaven and a new earth on which the children will rest for all eternity.
You can read using the following guide and take your readings a bit slower. To read at a 100 day pace, read the page numbers in the 100 Day column. To read at a 200 day pace, read the page numbers in the 200 Day column. To read at a 300 day pace, read the page numbers in the 300 Day column. You create the days of the week you want to read.
The days are color highlighted. As an example, if you are reading at the 100 Day level the first reading in Genesis would be pages 5-22 to read in one day. You read the same amount of text in the 200 Day reading, but your read it on two different days. The 300 Day reading offers pages to read in three days. Of course, the days you choose to read are up to you.
On average, the 100 day column is about forty-five minutes to an hour. The 200 Day column is about thirty minutes. The 300 day column is about fifteen-twenty minutes. Remember, some folks read faster and some folks read slower and the times above are built on an average of about 250-300 words a minute. Of course, this is pure reading time, not reading and stop-to-think time or meditating time, not reading and discussion time, and not reading and sharing in the Comments section below. It is just reading time!
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|1, 2, & 3 John||1, 2, & 3 John||1, 2, & 3 John|
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