Now that July 4th has come and gone, we’re now more than halfway through the Bible. Here in installment 3, we’ll finish off the Psalms, read some Wisdom literature and almost make it through the end of Old Testament. (If you’d like to start your year of Bible reading tomorrow, see here for the first 90 days).
One of the wonderful things about a cast iron pan is that it doesn’t go bad. It may sit, unused, accumulating rust for months. But all it needs is a good scrub with steel wool, a thick layer of crisco and 4 hours in a 200 degree oven and it’s ready for action again. Likewise, I’ve got the steel wool out, I’ve rolled up my sleeves, and I’ll be getting medium-rare steaks out of this blog in no time.
For those of you who are still chugging along on reading the Bible in one year, fear not. I know that June 29th is the 180th day of the year. The beauty of doing 90 day chunks in a 365 day year, is that I have a five day safety net to roll out the second half. Keep watching, days 181-270 will be here soon. Until then, tight lines!
Today is the 31st of March, which means it’s day #90 of 2017. If you’ve been diligent, it means that you’re right in the midst of the trials and travails of Saul and (not-yet) King David. It also means that it’s time for the second installment of the Bible in 1 year reading schedule. Keep at it folks. This one will take us through the halfway point of the Bible, which happens to land smack dab in the middle of the Psalms. (If you’d like to start your year of Bible reading tomorrow, see here for the first 90 days).