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Not Safe but Good, why it's important to read your Bible in chronological order and how to do it

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To help you build a solid foundation for your work

One of the most important things you can do to create effective church communications is to have a solid biblical foundation.

The only way to get that is through reading (or listening to) the Bible. How you take it in , reading or listening, isn't important, what is important is that the content of the Bible, that God's truth and ways become the guiding force of your life. 

The best way to understand the Bible and to avoid the mistakes of not applying it correctly is to read the WHOLE Bible and read it in chronological order. This eBook will help you understand why that is important, why our Bibles aren't in that order, why you probably haven't done it this way before, plus the book has reproducible reading schedules and journaling pages to help you put this system into practice.

It is completely free to you and you can make as many copies as you want to share with your church, small group, or friends. 

An example of a life changed by reading God's Word

St. Augustine, one of the greatest theologians in the history of the Christian church, lived an immoral, drunken, self-indulgent life as a young man. He was tired and miserable and one day as he desperately begged God to show him what to do, he heard children saying, "tolle lege, tolle lege" which is Latin for "take up and read." 

He knew that meant to read the Bible. He picked one up and opened it to the book of Romans. What he read not only changed his life, but the life of the church in his day. 

His life completely changed; he became a leader and writer in the church. His writing on the book of Romans was a driving force in the Reformation as Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk, read his books, realized he was justified by faith alone, and went on to lead the Reformation of his day. 

God's Word has continued to positively change the lives of women and men as who respond to the challenge of "tolle lege" take up and read God's Word. 

This little book will help you do that.

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