Scripture Storyline is great for daily devotionals, but it can also be great for family worship or groups. You can choose an Old or New Testament book, and use the articles contained within it for this purpose. You may also choose to use Scripture Storyline studies to do a more in-depth, slower study for yourself. On the main menu choose "Commentaries", and either Old or New Testament. On this page choose the book you would like to study. Inside each book you will find an article that covers a chapter or multiple chapters. Thank you for using Scripture Storyline.
- Biblical Theology is the focus of this Bible reading calendar. That is, every book of Scripture is give attention as an independent portion of God’s Word with its own context and contribution(s), and then synthesized with the whole of Scripture.
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- This Bible reading calendar will take you through the entire Bible in one year. To follow the program you will need to devote at least 30 minutes/day for adequate reading and reflection. Make it a goal to do all of the private reading in one sitting, if possible.
- A unique feature of this reading plan is that the Psalms and Proverbs are not read individually, but (as much as possible) in accord with the situation that prompted their composition. Where we are unsure as to the original situation of a Psalm/chapter of Proverbs, it is placed thematically in the reading plan.
- Skim and Savor will be a helpful phrase in describing the method of reading, especially as applied to the intake of the Old and New Testaments. As the Old Testament is much longer, it may be helpful to consider these readings as opportunities to gather the broad point of the text through skimming.
Generally speaking, our readings in the New Testament will be shorter—but don’t sell yourself short by giving these shorter readings a shorter amount of time; rather savor the message of the text.