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Congratulations to those of you who took the 90 Day Challenge!!

Reading the Bible from cover to cover is not a common feat anymore; reading it in 90 days is fantastic.  Good job!  I know that you found it to be a rewarding journey and that you see things in a way you haven’t seen before.  Reading the whole Bible gives you a sense of the movement, the thread of redemption that runs from beginning to end and the repeated human failure that so clearly highlights the need for God to save.

Way to Go!

If you didn’t finish, keep at it.  The challenge is somewhat arbitrary;  keep reading and finish!  It is still a great habit and goal.

3 Responses

  1. Thanks Ellen…

    Sue!! Way to go, we could have just as easily called this the 95 Day Bible Challenge and you would be right on the money, so I will make a decree and make it so. Nice job!!!

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