In January of 2018, I made a resolution to read the Bible through in one year, from Genesis to Revelation. With three translations (NIV, ESV, and NKJV), a notebook, and pen in hand, I dove in. Fast forward to December of 2019 and I finally finished the Old Testament–bruised, battle-scarred, often confused, occasionally enlightened, but I did it! Only took me two years to get 2/3 through the Bible. Now my goal for 2020 is to revisit the New Testament, which I have read many times, but not straight through from Matthew to Revelation. If I do about three pages a day I should be done by the end of June. But I am hopelessly late on everything — wish me luck, and join me if you wish!
I am not a Bible scholar by any means, just a middle-aged layperson who feels the days are getting short and who wants to know the LORD better than I have before and hopefully equip myself (by the grace and leading of the Holy Spirit) to better make Him known. This blog will just be my personal take on what I read, not meant to be anything more.