Greetings and Happy New Year!
Today I would like to share with you my favorite Youversion Reading Plans. Now perhaps I’m just naiive but I assume anyone with a smart phone, which is about every – that you have the Bible App form LifeChurch.tv also known as Youversion.
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My Favorite Youversion Reading Plans
John Bevere – Good or God
John Bevere’s reading plan was powerful and challenging. He will push you towards pressing into the higher calling. Of all the 4 plans discussed, this is the only one I know I will be readying again this coming year. It was not only good, but it’s the kind of message you need to hear at least once a year.
Oswald Chambers – My Utmost for His Highest
Oswald’s reading plan was of course included. If you’ve been following this podcast you recall I’ve had at least 2 episodes completely dedicated this this reading plan.
Tim Keller – 14 Days on Prayer
Tim Keller’s reading plan is taken directly from his book on prayer. I have not read the book, but after doing through his 14 day devotional I will very likely plan on reading it. He gives a very pastor and practical teaching on prayer that you can apply immediately.
Kirk Franklin – Losing My Religion
Kirk Franklin’s reading plan is based on his latest album. He explains how he came to write many of the songs on the album. To me the devo was great in that it dealt with everyday life struggles. Kirk is authentic, transparent and yet keeps that message pointing to God.
I hope these reading plans will bless you if you decide to read any one of them. All were great and will bless you.
Create a Great Day! – AC