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The One Year® Bible daily readings consist of passages from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs. This arrangement of Scripture brings variety and a fresh approach to each day’s reading, while providing a clear understanding of the Bible’s larger message. No other “through the bible” plan presents the entire bible in such a user-friendly format.

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April 18th One Year Bible Readings
JOSHUA 16:1-18:28
LUKE 19:1-27
PSALM 87:1-7

“What Now” Study Questions:

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  • The parable of the minas indicates that we must be willing to trust God enough to take risks. The third servant is rebuked for maintaining the status quo and failing to increase the investment he received. How is God calling you to invest what He has given you?
  • The story of Zacchaeus is often relegated to the children’s department, but it reminds adults of the grace of God and the extravagant response of the forgiven sinner.

Audio Commentary and Reading of the New Living Translation©1996 (Please note that there are variations in the text of the current and 1996 NLT versions.)
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Note: If you have chosen to begin reading through the Bible on a date other than January 1st you can utilize the reading links on either of the “7 Day Reading” pages for the One Year or Chronological plans.

We are pleased to provide The One Year® Bible commentary and readings by Tom Dooley. Listen and read along to The One Year® Bible audio readings from the New Living Translation©1996

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Audio commentary & readings by Tom Dooley used by permission of MasterMedia Ministries.