Monday, July 07, 2008

Read Through the Bible Via E-Mail

One of the things I struggle with is trying to faithfully read my Bible. Remembering to make the time, remembering where I left off, etc. means that I normally don't stick to any plans that I start. I may have found one that will work well for me now. A church has set up a free service where you will get a passage every day by e-mail. By reading through each e-mail, you will read through the Bible in a year. How will this work better for me (and may others out there)? First, if I get behind, I know exactly which e-mails I still need to read. Second, because it's an e-mail, I can start out reading some on my computer, read some more while waiting in line somewhere on my phone, and then finish up later on reading in book form if I'd rather not read off of an electronic screen. E-mails are text and hyperlinks only (no graphics) and the text comes in the NASB translation.


Nomad said...

Good idea, Wedge. Thanks! This way, I can read thru on my iPhone when the opportunity arises each day.

Mrs. Bowhunter said...

wow, great idea.