I have never liked bible reading plans. It feels man made. Like someone is telling me that I need to go read Ezra. And I’m like, what if I want to read James? It feels suffocating. And I feel like I would just want to do the the opposite of what it’s telling me to do.
Kinda like those paper towel dispensers in public bathrooms. The ones that say to pull with two hands and then there’s that ‘x’ over the image of one hand pulling the paper towel.
Or there’s that sign on the bathroom door in Starbucks, (why do these all involve bathrooms?), that says, ‘Pull up on handle to open door.’ And I’m like, well. What would happen if I just pushed down on the handle? The door won’t open. Who’d have thought?
All that to say, I’m on day 2 of my first bible reading plan. I’m .5% through the bible!
Chuckle. We’ll see how it goes. I can’t handle all those ones that skip around here there and yon but thought that reading chronologically could be pretty interesting. Like, who knew Job was smack dab after Genesis 11.
Dad says the prophets will wear me out. Louie agrees. (Go to minute 25). So do I. But hey! We’ll see how it goes. So far it’s going great! (In case you missed it, I’m on day 2. chuckle).
Anyone want to do it with me?
Here’s to day three. And beyond!