One-Year Daily Chronological Bible Studies
Welcome to our One-Year Daily Chronological Bible Studies. Read the Bible in one year, free and online. Study the Bible in the order events, people, and writings probably occurred. Learn how the Psalms fit into the life of David and the history of Israel, learn how the prophets and the kings of Israel and Judah fit together, or study the life of Christ as all four gospels are woven together into one account. These Bible studies are great for discipleship, personal use and small groups. As you read the Bible, using our one-year daily chronological Bible study devotionals, you will see how the events and people of the Bible all fit together in chronological sequence. In addition, we include Bible study tools like maps, timelines, and occasional pictures and diagrams. Also included each study are lessons to live by, Scripture verses to memorize, and even a space where you can write your own prayer response to each day's Bible study. God bless you as you seek to understand God's Word and apply it daily to your life.
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Today's Chronological Bible study:
April 8 begins the book of 1Samuel. Learn about Israel's last and greatest judge, find out the source of true victory and gain a servant's heart by following these series of Bible studies. In it you will meet Israel's first king and the shepherd boy, David, who became a courageous soldier and later succeeded King Saul. You will also read many of the Psalms that David composed when hunted down by him. This will be a great source of encouragement to those who have felt the sting of jealousy or feel oppressed, trapped, or hunted down. God is your defense!
Victims of Circumstance
Where is our Refuge?
Recommended Procedure for the Chronological Bible Study