Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Semi-Regular Weekly Poll

4 comments:

CJA Mayo said...

No, because I read the Bible through about three times a year to begin with (probably around twice through the Old, four or five through the New). If I didn't, or found it hard to enter the discipline of lectio divina or even daily readings, I most certainly would - I think reading plans and the like are excellent ideas, but only as the road - to drowning in the written Word of God - and not as the destination, as mere workaday drudgery, "Oh, I have to read three chapters of Ecclesiastes, Psalm 89, and Acts 16 tonight? Can't I get out of it?".

Biblical Catholic said...

I have used one year reading plans in the past, but have concluded that one year is simply too long....I inevitably get bored and start losing interest at the glacial pace....I have invented my own reading plan which is a 90 day plan....it is based on reading one of the Psalms each day

CJA Mayo said...

Doesn't that make it a 150-day plan, even if you read 5 OT chapters and 2 NT chapters in addition a day?

Biblical Catholic said...

150 days....which works out to 8 chapters plus a Psalm per day