So this summer, since most of us have more time than in the winter, I wanted to see who all would be up for a sort of 'read the New Testament in a summer' type of thing. I was thinking of, instead of reading straight through the New Testament, reading through it in the order it was written. We could go through Acts, and then when we hit a spot in Acts where a book was written, we would read that book before moving any further. The point of that would be to add context, because then you know what was going on when the book was written. To also give a bit more context, I can provide an outline of each book when we start it. The reading comes out to roughly 3 chapters per day, for 13 weeks to go through the whole New Testament. I could post it via a bulletin, blog, or group, whichever everyone prefers.
This really only works if people want to do it,
so if you want to, let me know.
roughly 1/2 of a month. 15 days. 2 weeks, 1 day. Any way you slice it, it's soon!
One of the random ads on a pleonast page said: "Why trust the Bible? only a shifting of lies!"
kind of ironic since just about everyone on here is a Christian.
Today, I felt like taking a break from school, so I sat down on the couch and napped for about 15 minutes. After waking, I got up, thought to myself for a minute and decided to go to bed and nap for another 10 minutes. it was really nice.
Then, I went to Starbucks to do some schoolwork. I can get 38 cent tea refills, so I got a total of 4 refills, and tried every possible combination of passion, black, and zen tea. I also got a free cinnamon dolce latte, because they messed up on someone's order. Just over 2 hours, 6 drinks, and 100 ounces = $3.80
those are just a couple of the random things that make the day a little more interesting.
and good morning
depending on when you read this.
enjoy yourself and have an awesome day
starting the instant you read this
unless it was already awesome,
in which case;
may it continue.
that is all