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NIV Once-A-Day Bible

NIV Once-A-Day Bible

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Contents

Articles and Resources

OLD TESTAMENT

NEW TESTAMENT


OLD TESTAMENT

Genesis

Exodus

Leviticus

Numbers

Deuteronomy

Joshua

Judges

Ruth

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

1 Kings

2 Kings

1 Chronicles

2 Chronicles

Ezra

Nehemiah

Esther

Job

Psalms

Proverbs

Ecclesiastes

Song of Solomon

Isaiah

Jeremiah

Lamentations

Ezekiel

Daniel

Hosea

Joel

Amos

Obadiah

Jonah

Micah

Nahum

Habakkuk

Zephaniah

Haggai

Zechariah

Malachi


NEW TESTAMENT

Matthew

Mark

Luke

John

Acts

Romans

1 Corinthians

2 Corinthians

Galatians

Ephesians

Philippians

Colossians

1 Thessalonians

2 Thessalonians

1 Timothy

2 Timothy

Titus

Philemon

Hebrews

James

1 Peter

2 Peter

1 John

2 John

3 John

Jude

Revelation

Alphabetical Order of the Books of the Bible

The books of the New Testament are indicated by italics.

Acts

Amos

1 Chronicles

2 Chronicles

Colossians

1 Corinthians

2 Corinthians

Daniel

Deuteronomy

Ecclesiastes

Ephesians

Esther

Exodus

Ezekiel

Ezra

Galatians

Genesis

Habakkuk

Haggai

Hebrews

Hosea

Isaiah

James

Jeremiah

Job

Joel

John

1 John

2 John

3 John

Jonah

Joshua

Jude

Judges

1 Kings

2 Kings

Lamentations

Leviticus

Luke

Malachi

Mark

Matthew

Micah

Nahum

Nehemiah

Numbers

Obadiah

1 Peter

2 Peter

Philemon

Philippians

Proverbs

Psalms

Revelation

Romans

Ruth

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

Song of Songs

1 Thessalonians

2 Thessalonians

1 Timothy

2 Timothy

Titus

Zechariah

Zephaniah

Articles and Resources

Alphabetical Order of the Books of the Bible

Dedication

About Walk Thru the Bible

How to Use The NIV Once-A-Day Bible, eBook Edition

Once-a-Day Canonical Index

Getting to Know God

Yearly Reading Plan

Table of Weights and Measures

Preface

Dedication

To Rob Price (1961–2011)

A remarkable encourager, a loyal friend and a humble servant of God at Walk Thru the Bible for almost two decades.

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.Jeremiah 29:11

About Walk Thru the Bible

For more than three decades, Walk Thru the Bible has been dedicated to igniting a passion for God’s Word worldwide through live events, devotional magazines and resources designed for both small groups and individual use. Known for innovative methods and high-quality resources, we serve the whole body of Christ across denominational, cultural and national lines.

Walk Thru the Bible communicates the truths of God’s Word in a way that makes the Bible readily accessible to anyone. We are committed to developing user-friendly resources that are Bible centered, of excellent quality, life changing for individuals, and catalytic for churches, ministries and movements; and we are committed to maintaining our global reach through strategic partnerships while adhering to the highest levels of integrity in all we do.

Walk Thru the Bible partners with the local church worldwide to fulfill its mission, helping people walk thru the Bible with greater clarity and understanding. Live events and small group curricula are taught in over 45 languages by more than 30,000 instructors in more than 104 countries, and more than 100 million devotionals have been packaged into daily magazines, books and other publications that reach over 5 million people each year.

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Contributor to the NIV Once-A-Day Bible

Chris Tiegreen, Editor

How to Use The NIV Once-A-Day Bible, eBook Edition

The NIV Once-A-Day Bible organizes the New International Version Bible—the world’s most popular modern-English Bible—into 365 daily readings. Each daily reading includes a portion of Scripture reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament, a selection from Psalms or Proverbs and a short devotional. This arrangement lends itself to helping you accomplish your goal of reading the Bible and adds variety to your daily Bible reading.

Because the daily readings are simply numbered, you don’t have to wait until the first of the year to begin using your NIV Once-A-Day Bible. Just begin reading at Day 1, and if you read every day, you’ll have finished the entire Bible in 365 days. If you prefer to start reading on January 1, the reading plan on page 1288 will help you keep track of your progress. Either way, you will experience the joy of spending time in God’s Word throughout the year.

Here are the features you’ll find in this Bible:

Daily Devotionals

These short meditations are found at the end of each daily reading.

Getting to Know God

We’ve included an informative article to help you grow in your understanding of who God is and what he does. See page xvii.

The New International version Scripture Text

Far more important than any of the tools we’ve provided is the text itself, the Word of God. Whatever your situation, whatever your goals in life, we offer this NIV Once-A-Day Bible to you with the hope and the prayer that the power of God’s Word may penetrate your heart and transform your life.

Once-a-Day Canonical Index

Getting to Know God

God created you because he wants a relationship with you. He loves you. He wants you to know him personally and intimately, not just know about him. Through God’s written Word (the Bible) and through his only Son (Jesus Christ), God reveals that he wants you to enjoy a life that’s in line with his purpose and destiny for you. He wants to be a nurturing and powerful presence in your life, not just an idea in your head. Knowing him means receiving his love. Following him means following his leadership. And let’s tell it like it is: Accepting that leadership will affect your lifestyle. As you come to know God, he no longer is a concept simply to be believed or disbelieved; he is a living reality who is known and followed along a pathway that leads to freedom.

According to the Bible, until you come to terms with Jesus, you haven’t dealt with the issue that’s most important in getting to know God. In John 14:6, Jesus said, I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. Through him, countless millions have come to know the Father, transforming their individual lives as well as the entire course of human history. And Jesus continues to change history—one person at a time. He wants to change your life too, transforming it from death to life. But he will not do so unless you invite him. How have you responded to Jesus? It’s not enough simply to agree intellectually with Jesus’ claims. If you read through this Bible and recognize Jesus as the true Son of God, a man who walked this earth, lived a perfect life, died and rose again from the dead, you must cross the line of faith and receive him.

Choosing to receive Jesus is a once-for-all decision. A process of getting to know God will follow, but you have to begin by inviting him into your life. This seemingly simple decision has huge eternal consequences. You may not recognize it, but your wrong moral choices (called sin) have condemned you to spiritual death (eternal separation from our Holy God). Jesus, who had no sin, chose to die to pay for your sins. When you recognize your sinful condition and accept by faith Jesus’ death as payment, you receive his life, which is eternal. Receiving this free gift of salvation is as simple as saying, Jesus, I acknowledge my sin and your payment for it on the cross. I now ask you to forgive me, and I willingly give my life to you. At that very moment, he will come into your innermost being and lead you on a wonderful journey toward intimacy with God.

Another way to explain the path to salvation is through a step-by-step approach. Many people find this sort of process helpful as they consider the important decision to give their life to Jesus. Here is a brief four-step system explaining why every person needs the Lord, and how you can go about making that decision. It includes key Scripture passages supporting each statement.

First:

Realize that everyone needs to be saved. No one is righteous; we are all guilty of breaking God’s law in some way, and are therefore already condemned and sentenced.

Now we know that whatever the law says, it says to those who are under the law, so that every mouth may be silenced and the whole world held accountable to God. Therefore no one will be declared righteous in God’s sight by the works of the law; rather, through the law we become conscious of our sin.

Romans 3:19–20

Second:

Understand that there is hope in Jesus. Salvation does not come by keeping laws or being good, but only through faith in him. All have sinned, but anyone who receives Christ can be forgiven and accepted by God as righteous.

But now apart from the law the righteousness of God has been made known, to which the Law and the Prophets testify. This righteousness is given through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe. There is no difference between Jew and Gentile, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and all are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus. God presented Christ as a sacrifice of atonement, through the shedding of his blood—to be received by faith. He did this to demonstrate his righteousness, because in his forbearance he had left the sins committed beforehand unpunished.

Romans 3:21–25

But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.

Romans 5:8

For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Romans 6:23

Third:

Know that God forgives and accepts unconditionally anyone who believes in Jesus.

Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death.

Romans 8:1–2

Finally:

Trust Jesus in your heart, and confess him as Lord with your mouth.

If you declare with your mouth, Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved.

Romans 10:9–10

Repeat aloud this prayer (or something similar—what you mean is what matters, not the exact words you use):

I thank you, heavenly Father, for sending your own Son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross and pay the penalty for sin. I now believe in him and accept him as my Lord. Thank you that I am saved.

In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Some other helpful passages relating to the topic of salvation:

To some who were confident of their own righteousness and looked down on everybody else, Jesus told this parable: "Two men went up to the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. The Pharisee stood by himself and prayed: ‘God, I thank you that I am not like other people—robbers, evildoers, adulterers—or even like this tax collector. I fast twice a week and give a tenth of all I get.’

"But the tax collector stood at a distance. He would not even look up to heaven, but beat his breast and said, ‘God, have mercy on me, a sinner.’

I tell you that this man, rather than the other, went home justified before God. For all those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.

Luke 18:9–14

Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God.

John 1:12

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son.

John 3:16–18

Very truly I tell you, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life and will not be judged but has crossed over from death to life.

John 5:24

But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.

John 20:31

All the prophets testify about him that everyone who believes in him receives forgiveness of sins through his name.

Acts 10:43

For he says, In the time of my favor I heard you, and in the day of salvation I helped you. I tell you, now is the time of God’s favor, now is the day of salvation.

2 Corinthians 6:2

And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.

Hebrews 11:6

If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.

1 John 1:9

I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life.

1 John 5:13

Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.

Revelation 3:20

You may be wondering what kinds of practical steps you might take to guide you as you discover your personal path toward knowing God. Consider some of these ideas:

• Ask God to reveal himself to you if you’re still unsure that he is a personal God.

• Talk to people who display a genuine relationship with God—those who obviously love him and who live by a different set of principles than non-Christians.

• Spend time enjoying God’s creation.

• Listen to the stories of older people who have walked with God for a long time.

• Be a lover of truth, and don’t hesitate to raise questions about things many others seem to take for granted.

• Follow the leading of the Holy Spirit. You can trust God’s gentle whisper to give you direction. If you lack understanding, ask him for it.

• Read what other believers have said about Christianity. Ask your Christian friends for a list of authors who have inspired them in their faith.

• Write down your questions, including those that arise as you read the Bible, and take them to a person who will respect your search for the truth.

• Be aware that moments of doubts and questions are normal and legitimate as you discover your personal path.

• Be alert to your presuppositions—the things you already believe—and your personal roadblocks.

• Keep a journal of your thoughts and feelings during your search.

• Determine to spend a specified time each day searching the Bible or talking with others, and keep evaluating your progress.

Act on what you decide.

Yearly Reading Plan

Day, Date

1. January 1

2. January 2

3. January 3

4. January 4

5. January 5

6. January 6

7. January 7

8. January 8

9. January 9

10. January 10

11. January 11

12. January 12

13. January 13

14. January 14

15. January 15

16. January 16

17. January 17

18. January 18

19. January 19

20. January 20

21. January 21

22. January 22

23. January 23

24. January 24

25. January 25

26. January 26

27. January 27

28. January 28

29. January 29

30. January 30

31. January 31

32. February 1

33. February 2

34. February 3

35. February 4

36. February 5

37. February 6

38. February 7

39. February 8

40. February 9

41. February 10

42. February 11

43. February 12

44. February 13

45. February 14

46. February 15

47. February 16

48. February 17

49. February 18

50. February 19

51. February 20

52. February 21

53. February 22

54. February 23

55. February 24

56. February 25

57. February 26

58. February 27

59. February 28

60. March 1

61. March 2

62. March 3

63. March 4

64. March 5

65. March 6

66. March 7

67. March 8

68. March 9

69. March 10

70. March 11

71. March 12

72. March 13

73. March 14

74. March 15

75. March 16

76. March 17

77. March 18

78. March 19

79. March 20

80. March 21

81. March 22

82. March 23

83. March 24

84. March 25

85. March 26

86. March 27

87. March 28

88. March 29

89. March 30

90. March 31

91. April 1

92. April 2

93. April 3

94. April 4

95. April 5

96. April 6

97. April 7

98. April 8

99. April 9

100. April 10

101. April 11

102. April 12

103. April 13

104. April 14

105. April 15

106. April 16

107. April 17

108. April 18

109. April 19

110. April 20

111. April 21

112. April 22

113. April 23

114. April 24

115. April 25

116. April 26

117. April 27

118. April 28

119. April 29

120. April 30

121. May 1

122. May 2

123. May 3

124. May 4

125. May 5

126. May 6

127. May 7

128. May 8

129. May 9

130. May 10

131. May 11

132. May 12

133. May 13

134. May 14

135. May 15

136. May 16

137. May 17

138. May 18

139. May 19

140. May 20

141. May 21

142. May 22

143. May 23

144. May 24

145. May 25

146. May 26

147. May 27

148. May 28

149. May 29

150. May 30

151. May 31

152. June 1

153. June 2

154. June 3

155. June 4

156. June 5

157. June 6

158. June 7

159. June 8

160. June 9

161. June 10

162. June 11

163. June 12

164. June 13

165. June 14

166. June 15

167. June 16

168. June 17

169. June 18

170. June 19

171. June 20

172. June 21

173. June 22

174. June 23

175. June 24

176. June 25

177. June 26

178. June 27

179. June 28

180. June 29

181. June 30

182. July 1

183. July 2

184. July 3

185. July 4

186. July 5

187. July 6

188. July 7

189. July 8

190. July 9

191. July 10

192. July 11

193. July 12

194. July 13

195. July 14

196. July 15

197. July 16

198. July 17

199. July 18

200. July 19

201. July 20

202. July 21

203. July 22

204. July 23

205. July 24

206. July 25

207. July 26

208. July 27

209. July 28

210. July 29

211. July 30

212. July 31

213. August 1

214. August 2

215. August 3

216. August 4

217. August 5

218. August 6

219. August 7

220. August 8

221. August 9

222. August 10

223. August 11

224. August 12

225. August 13

226. August 14

227. August 15

228. August 16

229. August 17

230. August 18

231. August 19

232. August 20

233. August 21

234. August 22

235. August 23

236. August 24

237. August 25

238. August 26

239. August 27

240. August 28

241. August 29

242. August 30

243. August 31

244. September 1

245. September 2

246. September 3

247. September 4

248. September 5

249. September 6

250. September 7

251. September 8

252. September 9

253. September 10

254. September 11

255. September 12

256. September 13

257. September 14

258. September 15

259. September 16

260. September 17

261. September 18

262. September 19

263. September 20

264. September 21

265. September 22

266. September 23

267. September 24

268. September 25

269. September 26

270. September 27

271. September 28

272. September 29

273. September 30

274. October 1

275. October 2

276. October 3

277. October 4

278. October 5

279. October 6

280. October 7

281. October 8

282. October 9

283. October 10

284. October 11

285. October 12

286. October 13

287. October 14

288. October 15

289. October 16

290. October 17

291. October 18

292. October 19

293. October 20

294. October 21

295. October 22

296. October 23

297. October 24

298. October 25

299. October 26

300. October 27

301. October 28

302. October 29

303. October 30

304. October 31

305. November 1

306. November 2

307. November 3

308. November 4

309. November 5

310. November 6

311. November 7

312. November 8

313. November 9

314. November 10

315. November 11

316. November 12

317. November 13

318. November 14

319. November 15

320. November 16

321. November 17

322. November 18

323. November 19

324. November 20

325. November 21

326. November 22

327. November 23

328. November 24

329. November 25

330. November 26

331. November 27

332. November 28

333. November 29

334. November 30

335. December 1

336. December 2

337. December 3

338. December 4

339. December 5

340. December 6

341. December 7

342. December 8

343. December 9

344. December 10

345. December 11

346. December 12

347. December 13

348. December 14

349. December 15

350. December 16

351. December 17

352. December 18

353. December 19

354. December 20

355. December 21

356. December 22

357. December 23

358. December 24

359. December 25

360. December 26

361. December 27

362. December 28

363. December 29

364. December 30

365. December 31

Table of Weights and Measures

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    The Bible part of this volume is pretty standard; the NIV is perhaps the easiest to read of the popular translations, so you'll see "killed" instead of "slew" or "fathered" instead of "begat." That goes a long way toward making the Bible accessible.

    Even if you're not religious, I'd suggest reading The Bible at least once, as it'll help you get more out of literature, music, and film. If you don't want to do a full read-through, I'd suggest the NIV Pathways Bible, also by Zondervan. It includes a variety of reading plans, some as short as 14 days, that'll help you get straight to the parts that are most often quoted or referenced.

    While the Pathways Bible offers several reading plans, this one is focused on just one, which breaks the Bible down into 365 daily readings. A typical day's reading might be two chapters from the Old Testament, one chapter from the New, and a Proverb or Psalm. The whole thing takes about 15 minutes, so you can easily fit it into your day or catch up if you miss a day. By the end of one year, you'll have read The Bible cover to cover, a feat which 80% of Americans and more than a third of evangelical Christians have never accomplished (Barna Group, "The Books Americans are Reading", 2013). Each section ends with a link back to the reading plan, so you can easily navigate from one reading to the next without having to manage a bunch of bookmarks.

    This particular reading plan may not work for everybody, so look around online and think about what you might prefer. With a straight cover-to-cover or chronological reading, it's easier to follow the story, but sometimes you'll get stuck in a dull section for several days, and that can be a bit demotivating. This book mixes it up, so if today's Old Testament reading is dull, no big deal, the other two will probably be better. The downside is that you're reading three books in parallel, each one in five minute increments, so your progress with any one story is going to be slow.

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