Reading through the Bible is a tremendous asset to one’s spiritual walk, but without some guidance it can be a difficult and confusing task. Richard M. Gagnon provides a helping hand with Footsteps Through The Bible, a one-year chronological reading plan and study reference born out of his own desire to better understand the Scriptures.
Footsteps is easy to use on a daily basis, and helps the reader move through the Bible in a systematic, chronological sequence. Not to be confused with a chronological Bible, this chronological reading guide allows the reader to use his or her favorite Bible version to complete the reading assignments.
- Each day's readings contain easy-to-understand outline notes for that day.
- The readings Monday to Friday are from the Old Testament and average 86 verses per day. The weekend readings are from the New Testament and average 77 verses per day.
- Daily and weekly readings are logically grouped, listing all Scripture pertinent to the theme, topic or historical sequence of events.
- Old Testament laws and regulations are harmonized by subject matter and logically grouped with the historical events they complement.
- The parallel books of Kings and Chronicles are synchronized into one reading, as are the Gospels in the New Testament.
Many users of Logos Bible Software have asked for a reading plan that walks through the Bible chronologically. Footsteps meets that need and provides a great springboard for further study. When you click on the day's reading your preferred Bible (sold separately) will open to the desired passage--no shuffling pages and hunting for the right verse. From there you can use the outline notes provided or dive in deeper using additional tools and texts you may have in your digital library.
- Title: Footsteps Through the Bible: A 52-Week Chronological Reading Plan and Study Reference
- Author: Richard M. Gagnon
- Publisher: John Hunt Publishing Ltd
- Publication Date: 2000
- Pages: 128
About Richard M. Gagnon
Richard M. Gagnon is a member of a nondenominational church in Ottawa, Ontario. He works for the Canadian Space Agency, where he is a technical writer and editor. With his technical and computer background, he has been able to develop a unique and useful chronological Bible reading guide.