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I’m up to Matthew 26 although I started to simultaneously read proverbs. Anywho, my goal is to finish Matthew tonight and start Luke tomorrow. I’ve noticed I enjoy this my time reading much more when I don’t make it a ‘have to’ but a want to. No pressure and no rush. I’ve also noticed that morning time reading isn’t always best for me. Mid day and evening reading I’m a lot clearer without the hustle and bustle of the day on me. Later. 3 months ago
I had great progress the first few weeks. Sad to say I burned out a bit after hitting it so hard. Then, around 2 Peter, I just got into a stride of reading a chapter a day. Today I read two and that finished it of. Now on to the next Gospels. 3 months ago
I’ve been skipping around a bit but as far as in consecutive order I’m on Matthew 15. Thoroughly enjoying it too :) 3 months ago
Plan to read throughout the day. One chapter on my lunch break. 2 more after work. I think I’d like to accomplish 10 chapters in a day with the bulk of my reading (at least 5 chapters) in the morning before work. I’m enjoying taking my time to read to understand as I go along. 4 months ago
Titus Ch 2. It may surprise you to know, that it doesn’t really take any real work. Its just a matter of reading here and there. Not burdensome at all. 7 months ago
Colossians now. All the books left only have around 6 chapters or less. 7 months ago
- Downloaded the Daily Bible app on my phone.
- Tried to read pretty consistently (but didn't keep myself to a strict schedule, which would have made me frustrated if I missed some days).
- I'd make sure to build in regular reading time into my daily schedule. (I'd read everyday in the morning while I made/drank coffee or sometimes on the train to/from work).
- Just worked through it! I didn't do like any in depth analysis or study at all. I don't really have the background... and I figured this is something I could do later if/when I read it again in the future.