Here is my daily reading schedule for April. As mentioned in the original post, this month the reading plan is 1 Samuel 18-20 through 1 Chronicles 1-2. As always, feel free to read ahead, fall behind, or jump around.
I’ll be back again every Sunday with my thoughts on that week’s reading. On April 30, I’ll post a wrap-up for the month plus the reading plan for May.
The Reading Plan for April:
I look forward to sharing my thoughts on the stories and literary elements of the Bible, as I see them, and I am especially eager to hear what you all find in your own explorations. As a reminder, this is a secular reading of the bible as literature, so any/all respectful thoughts and opinions are welcome. In my opinion, the more perspectives we have, the better!
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