Solo Bible study is important. We should read and apply the scriptures personally, but don’t forget that many of the New Testament letters were addressed to entire congregations. The early church gathered and listened with united hearts to the Word of God as it was read. Our modern-day, individualistic mindset presumes that we practice spiritual disciplines like prayer and Bible reading alone, but the early church instinctively practiced it together.
Click the link below and let’s start reading scripture the way it was meant to be read. Together.
The Books of History: https://bible.com/p/43208010/73590e39d8e55135e86d917f002316d6
Here are the books we have already completed if you'd like to catch up:
1&2 Thessalonians: https://bible.com/p/42615380/fb669025c546e797d6c7761622046cfe
The Book of Acts: https://bible.com/p/41004242/88c21d1690156688944028163467dac2
The Major Prophets: https://bible.com/p/38440377/ch3d135f05fb28c5acba690372f9863c7
Please note: It is recommended that you use the Bible App on a mobile device. You can try it on a laptop/desktop, but depending on your operating system, it may not work. If you do not already have the Bible App, clicking the link above using your mobile device will allow you to download the free app from the App Store or from the Google Play store. Once the Bible app is installed, you will need to exit the app and click on the above link again. That will allow you to accept the invite for the reading plan. If you already have the app installed, clicking the link from your mobile device once should do it! -Pastor Tom