At least I'm not the only one. As much as I'd love to stick with a daily reading plan, I'm afraid that when I become overwhelmed with a lot of things to do, this is one of things that tends to get left to the way side, which is ironic, considering that it's then that you most need the Lord's Word.Mom2theteam wrote:I didn't end up always in sync with what he was learning, but it was still nice.
This is the version I am thinking of doing since mfw1st goes through the OT and then NT, but so I get some daily wisdom from Proverbs and Psalms. I'm not too worried about being perfectly aligned with my dd, as she'll really looks like only be reading through selected stories, but would like to have the sense of accomplishment that we both got through our BiblesMom2theteam wrote:I do my Read through in a year on You Version. I am using the chronological order version of reading through in a year. I admit, I'm "behind" and use the catch up feature a lot. But, I am more consistent than I used to be.
What a wonderful idea about reading Psalms in the morning and Proverbs at night. I have the You Version app. and am almost done completing my The Essential 100, which took me more than a 100 days, but saw a whole Bible in a year plan with an additional Psalm, so if I do that, I could add in an evening reading of Proverbs to read in the evening corresponding with what day of the month it is.MelissaB wrote:For many years, we read a Psalm each morning and a Proverb each night at bedtime.