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Hi everyone. I’m new to reading the bible and I got the app because I thought it would be better access than the physical book. I’m just very confused because I don’t know which version to read, how to read it, and where to start. Can anyone help?
|March 3, 2016 at 17:01|
I’ve heard that John is a great place to start. Personally I’m starting at Genesis and going in order.
|March 3, 2016 at 21:38|
|March 14, 2016 at 10:26|
hi , im Stephanie and was confused on how to my bible or where to read my bible at , but really you can start where its easier for , like you can start in john, Genesis, psalms, proverbs, luke , mark , Matthew,: where ever God has you reading , in his word ..
I hope this helped you !!! 😉
|March 22, 2016 at 10:01|
Tree of live is a good version 🙂 I really started out reading with the GODS word translation. Start in Genesis, you can’t understand the NT without the OT. Don’t listen when people tell you to start in the Gospels or the NT in General, Elohim (God) put it in a specific order for a reason.
|March 22, 2016 at 10:02|
Hooray!! Congrats on beginning your Bible study journey 🙂 As a girl who has been in a Catholic school for 12 years now, I read it in a certain order and it seemed to help make sense when you start at Genesis, then work your way through. Leviticus and Deuteronomy (the books of laws and numbers) were a bit tough to go through in one go, so what we did was the Gospels and then to finish up we would read a little bit of those books. It’s incredible how Jesus fulfills the Covenants through what he does in the Gospels and seeing where the seeds were first planted (in the Torah) is really awesome. As for reading the Bible and techniques/methods for doing so, I would keep a pen handy when reading and I would draw brackets around any covenants and keep a journal nearby and use the SOAP (Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer) method to journal about the passages. I’ll also play some Hillsong United or Newsboys in the background if I feel like it 🙂 I will keep you in my prayers, my sister in Christ, and wish you the best of luck in your journey!
|April 26, 2016 at 15:49|
Hey! I recommend Genesis because it literally means the beginning. It tells you how God created the world we live in now and how we ended up in sin. I would usually recommend reading in order but seeing how you are new I recommend reading one of the gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) right after that. I also recommend NLT(New Living Translation).
|June 8, 2016 at 14:06|
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