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Get Ready for a Bible-Reading Program that Will Knock Your Socks Off!

Through the Bible . . . as It Happened

From the Desktop of Dave Shreve:

Have you ever read all of the way through God’s Word, the Bible? This is a novel concept for many people – but a realized accomplishment for some!

The truth is, most Christians never even consider doing such a thing. They are content to read their Bibles when they are in church, but not so much at home. Some will read a few verses each day and feel content in this small measure of devotion.

You can be among the elite in Christian circles who can say they have read every bit of the Bible! All of it – from Genesis to Revelation! And – you can do it in just one full year!

What it takes is – determination – discipline – and inspiration!

You Have to Supply the Determination and Discipline

I’ll Supply the Inspiration!

Yes, the determination and discipline are yours!

You’ll need to decide right now if this is something you want to do – and if it is something you can do.

You already know the answer to the 2nd part. In Christ is the full ability to do everything He wants us to do. And surely, He wants us the be fully acquainted with all of His Word.

The 1st part is the questionable part. That’s the want-to, the determination. God will not force you to do this – you’ll have to want to do it.

My Part Is the Inspiration Part!

Through the Bible . . . as It Happened

It took me over 40 years to begin, develop, restructure, and complete this chronological Bible reading plan. Even with a degree in Bible and a minor in Greek, the task was very involved. Painstaking research, extensive comparison, and review upon review was required to re-arrange the Bible chronologically.

The result is a printable chronological Bible reading plan which makes the Bible read like a novel – in order – as it happened – from the very beginning to the very end!

When you read the events of the Bible in their natural sequence (reading through the Bible in chronological order), the Bible just comes to life for you. You would not read pages 1-5 of a novel, and then pages 97-100, then back to 46-60, and back again to 9-10, would you? You would never understand the book!

If you want to really understand your Bible, you’ll need to read it chronologically, in order.

Watch the Video below!

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If You Are Ready


Every Bible Event Is Arranged as It Happened – in Sequence – in Order

You will start in Genesis – and end in Revelation – but in between will not be anything like the way you have ever read the Bible before. One event will unfold after another – they will all be in the order in which they occurred. All of the Psalms will be placed historically, the Proverbs, the Prophets – everything! And just like a novel concludes with the climax, so will the Bible.
Every day, you’ll read from the Old Testament and the New Testament.In January, you’re going to read about Adam, Abraham, and Job. You’ll read the saga of Jacob and Joseph. You’ll read about the birth of Christ, His youth, and the beginning of His ministry.In February, Moses will lead the Israelites out of Egypt in the Exodus and God will begin giving the Law to His chosen people. Jesus will select His 12 disciples and begin training them for their lifetime of service.In March, you will see the preparations for the Tabernacle and then, the actual construction of it. You’ll learn all about the offerings and Israel’s religious observances. Jesus will feed 5,000, then 4,000 – and He will be transfigured on the mountain.In April, Israel will begin preparations to enter the promised land, and will take it under the leadership of Joshua. Jesus will teach about the Prodigal Son – and Lazarus will be raised from the dead.In May, the Judges will rule the land and you’ll read about Samson and Samuel. David will have an interesting meeting with Goliath! The world’s greatest act of evil will occur as Judas betrays the Son of Man with a kiss!In June, King Saul will hunt David like a wild animal, and David will experience his greatest moral failure. Jesus will perform the world’s greatest act of love as He gives Himself up to die on a cross.In July, you’ll read about Solomon as the king of Israel and watch his magnificent building program, including Israel’s first Temple. Saul of Tarsus will meet the Lord on the Damascus Road and become Paul, and his missionary journeys will begin.In August, Israel breaks up as a nation and Elijah battles King Ahab (and his wicked wife, Jezebel). You’ll hear from Joel, Hosea, Jonah, and Isaiah. We’ll take up 1 Corinthians and 2 Corinthians in the New Testament.In September, Hezekiah brings revival to the southern nation of Judah and the northern nation of Israel falls to Assyria. We are treated to one of Paul’s finest works, the book of Romans, and Paul is warned not to take a planned trip to Israel.In October, we read the writings of Jeremiah and begin reading about Daniel. We see Ezekiel in a far-away country, Babylon. Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and spends 2 years imprisoned in Caesarea, meeting Festus, Felix, and Agrippa. He is sent to Rome and begins writing his “prison” epistles.In November, Jeremiah battles the religious leaders and the nation of Judah falls to Babylon. In Lamentations, Jeremiah weeps over the city of Jerusalem. We hear from Jude and Peter and read the final words of Paul. We are treated to the exquisite book of Hebrews.In December, Israel returns from Captivity and secures the land under Ezra and Nehemiah. We’ll hear from Zechariah and Malachi. We are treated to John’s epistles and to the marvelous scenes from the book of Revelation.------

Watch This Video for Many of the Features

(Best if Viewed on Full Screen)

If You Are Ready Now . . .


Can You Answer These Questions . . .

Was Jesus really born on December 25th? And what was the REAL year He was born? Find out on pages 44 and 49.

What is the most important verse in all of the Old Testament? You’ll find the answer on page 148.

Since Jesus had no sin and was actually God, did He need to pray? What about prayer was important to Him? Turn to page 233 to find the answers.

What legal safeguard did God make available to the one wrongly accused of murder? Page 329 is going to answer that question for you.

What child rearing principles can we learn from how Eli raised his children? Go to page 455 for that answer.

What major event happened at the Cross which many people know nothing about? Turn to pages 546-547 to find out.

Since Saul of Tarsus was killing God’s people and was certainly not repentant about it, why did God save him on the Damascus Road? Pages 616-617 are going to answer that question for you.

How many times is Jesus going to come back, and what happens when He does? Those answers are clearly spelled out on pages 715-716.

Is is possible to know what Paul’s “thorn in the flesh” was? A full discussion of that appears on page 833.

What is the absolutely most important thing a husband can do for his wife, and a wife for her husband? You might be surprised! Page 976 reveals the answer.

What exactly is the Mark of the Beast (the number 666) and is there Scripture which defines it for us? Pages 696 and 1174-1175 are going to have the answers.

How large is the “heavenly city New Jerusalem,” how large of a footprint and how high is it; what does it “coming down from heaven” mean? You may be astonished at the answers, which are found on page 1196.

This Is It!

Through the Bible . . . as It Happened

(Formatted in PDF and read with Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat)

Timeless in Its Content – Always Practical – Continually Relevant

Good for the New Christian – Perfect for the Seasoned Bible Student

Great for Experienced Christian Workers – Essential for Established Teachers

A Serious Resource Worthy of Your Complete Trust

Your Bible is only as large as what you read – how large is yours?

You’ve thought about doing this before, but haven’t – if you don’t start now, when will you?

You’re not sure you can do this – how will you know unless you try?

In the final analysis, what is the difference between an atheist who doesn’t believe the Bible and doesn’t read it – and a Christian who does believe the Bible and doesn’t read it?

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