Daily reading for Tuesday, December 24, 2013
How long does it take to read through the entire Bible? Would you guess just 90 days?
The Bible in 90 Days is a Bible reading plan created by Ted Cooper in 2002, designed to walk you through the Bible over the course of just three months. That works out to 12 pages of reading each day—a commitment, but certainly manageable, and one that's well worth making.
We've partnered with the Bible in 90 Days challenge to make this reading plan available here at BibleGateway.com, and we think their summer Bible reading challenge is a great idea. Starting on June 1, you'll find the reading plan right here; as with our other reading plans, you can read it online or receive it via RSS and iCal. And to officially sign up to take the challenge, head over to Biblein90Days.com, where you'll find lots of other supporting resources as well.
So bookmark this page, read more over at Biblein90Days.com, and we'll see you on June 1 when the challenge kicks off!