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Readings 89-94 from The Books of the Bible (TBoTB)

We continue to read chronologically from First Timothy through Jude (God’s EPIC Adventure).

1 Timothy | Titus | 2 Timothy

  • Reading 89: 1607-1611
  • Reading 89: 1615-1616
  • Reading 89: 1619-1622

Thought To Contemplate. 1 Timothy
Guard what has been entrusted to your care.

Thought To Contemplate. Titus
We must learn to devote ourselves to what is good.

Thought To Contemplate. 2 Timothy
It is never too late to find and help those who need encouragement. Retirement in Christianity does not seem to be an option.

1 & 2 Peter

  • Reading 90: 1723-1727
  • Reading 90: 1731-1733

Thought To Contemplate. 1 Peter
Suffering is a part of the package of being a believer. It is not necessarily because you have done something wrong that you suffer. You often suffer as a believer because you live in a world and a country that is not Christian and never has been. The result of living in a hostile world will always be suffering.

Thought To Contemplate. 2 Peter
Do not be deceived by any teaching that proclaims that Jesus will return at a specific time. No one knows this information.


  • Reading 91: 1625-1637
  • Reading 92: 1637-1653
  • Reading 93: 1653-1665

Thought To Contemplate
The new birth that you have experienced is only the beginning. God’s desire to make sure that you can grow in the Rule of God in your life is fully demonstrated by the inclusion of the Gospel of Matthew into the Bible. As you read it, let the Rule of God become stronger and stronger in your life. Blessings!

Hebrews | Jude

  • Reading 94: 1669-1682
  • Reading 94: 1737-1738

Thought To Contemplate. Hebrews
Sin has been adequately dealt with in the birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus.

Thought To Contemplate. Jude
Contending for the faith delivered implies it has been delivered. If you do not know the foundations of the faith, it is incumbent on you to find out what Christianity believes.

Reading Guide

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!

Readings 89-94

100 Days 200 Days 300 Days
1 Timothy | Titus
2 Timothy
1 Timothy | Titus
2 Timothy
1 Timothy | Titus
2 Timothy
1607-1611; 1615-1616
1607-1611; 1615-1616 1607-1611
x 1619-1622 1615-1616
x x 1619-1622
1 & 2 Peter 1 & 2 Peter 1 & 2 Peter
1723-1727; 1723-1727; 1731-1733 1723-1727
x x 1731-1733
Matthew Matthew Matthew
1625-1637 1625-1633 1625-1629
x 1633-1637 1629-1633
x x 1633-1637
1637-1653 1637-1649 1637-1642
x 1649-1653 1642-1649
x x 1649-1653
1653-1665 1653-1665 1653-1659
x x 1659-1665
Hebrews Hebrews Hebrews
1669-1682 1669-1678 1669-1672
x 1678-1682 1672-1678
x x 1678-1682
Jude Jude Jude
1737-7138 1737-7138 1737-7138

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