The Best New Years Resolution
I am pretty sure I’ve found out the best New Years resolution we could ever have—spend more time with God! I’ve also realized it’s great to read the Bible during my devotional times. Mind-blowing, I know! So I’ll be reading The One Year Chronological Bible this year as part of my plans for 2019.
Would you like to join me? I and at least 35 other people are planning to keep each other accountable, encourage one another, and read the Bible together in 2019. If you’ve always wanted to read the Bible all the way through but lost steam, fell off-track, or got stuck somewhere in the Old Testament—this is your year!
Click Here or the image below to be taken to our Facebook group to join (if you’re not on Facebook but want to join still email me at John at GodAndYouAndMe dot com.)
Could Reading the Bible Really Be the Best New Years Resolution?
All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip His people to do every good work.2 Timothy 3:16-17 NLT
I love these verses about the Word of God. If you’ve ever wanted to hear from Him, the Bible is your foundational resource—not to mention He uses it to teach, reprove, correct, train, and equip us! I don’t know about you, but I’d rather be taught by His
But all that being said—despite my love, respect, and devotion for His Word—reading the Bible is not the best New Years resolution…
Growing in Relationship with Him is the Best New Years Resolution
I want you to join me in reading the Bible this year, but that is actually not the most important thing. If you read all of the Holy
So connecting with Him must be our resolution in 2019. If you want practical steps for reading His word and connecting with Him on a regular basis, read this article.