Saturday, March 13, 2010

Hebrew Strong Verb Chart

We are pleased to release our analytical version of the Biblical Hebrew Strong Verb Chart.  This method is similar to Bill Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek analytical chart methodology, but it is for the Hebrew Strong Verb.  Download it {here}.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Read Thru the Bible in a Year

We are pleased to offer a simple Read Thru the Bible in a Year schedule for your use. There are many fine programs out there to help you do this, and we would simply like to add one more. Reading through the Bible in a year is an excellent way to fellowship with the Lord, to maintain discipline in having daily devotions, and to see the whole message the Bible presents. We highly recommend this practice. The beginning of a new year is a perfect time to start such a program. It will only take 15-20 minutes a day, but it will be well worth your while!

The strength of our schedule is that it keeps you going back and forth between the two Testaments regularly. Though there are disadvantages to this back-and-forth way, we believe that it is important for the believer to spend time regularly in the New Testament. Schedules that have you read straight through the Bible tend to put off the New Testament until the final two or three months of the year. Thus, you are spending up to ten months a year outside the New Testament. We like to have people in the New Testament throughout the year, so we believe our schedule is one way of achieving this goal. We have also endeavored to carefully balance the amount of daily reading assigned so that you are reading about the same amount each day. Other schedules tend to be light in some books with short chapters and longer in other books. We have tried to balance the daily reading by length rather than necessarily by number of chapters.

You may print our Read Thru the Bible in a Year schedule {here}. You may freely distribute it to friends, family, and acquaintances, however it may not be sold or mass-produced for commercial purposes.

1/14: Revised schedule layout slightly, fixed a few typos.