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Saturday, December 29 2012
Discover The Word Of God
The Holy Bible is the most important Book that has ever been written - and the most important Book that you could ever read. It is the only true and dependable source of information for the origins (see Bible History) and future (see Prophecy) of humanity, as made possible through our Savior Jesus Christ (see What Does Word of God Mean To You? and The Kingdom Of The LORD God).
This Bible-reading plan has a straight front-to-back format to reveal God's step by step Plan of Salvation. Key events of the Bible occurred in a purposeful sequence - the understanding of later chapters is greatly enhanced by the awareness of those that came earlier.
This easy schedule will complete the entire Holy Bible in 52 weeks - 22 chapters per week for the first 7 weeks, and 23 chapters per week for the remaining 45 weeks. An approximate 30 minute time period in a quiet time of each day is the only investment that you need - a very small price to pay for the knowledge and peace of mind that you get in return. We also have 2 free online Bibles: The King James Version and The American Standard Version.
The days and weeks of the chart are numbered rather than dated, so a beginning can be made at any day of the year. Just go to Week 1 and do the row from left to right, from Day 1 to Day 7. Repeat the process down the list.
Enjoy the wonderful Word of God!
This Day In History, December 29
1170: Thomas Beckett, the archbishop of Canterbury, was murdered on the altar of Canterbury Cathedral by knights of King Henry II.
1223: Pope Honorius III approved the Franciscans ("The Order of the Friars Minor"). The Roman Catholic order was founded in 1209 Francis of Assisi.
1837: The U.S. ship Caroline, that had been supplying the criminal rebel forces of William Lyon Mackenzie in Canada, was set on fire by Canadian defence forces and sent over Niagara Falls.
1859: The first iron-hulled armored warship, Britain's HMS Warrior, was launched.
1874: Alfonso XII, son of deposed Queen Isabella, was proclaimed king of Spain.
1890: About 200 Sioux men, women and children were killed at the Battle of Wounded Knee, South Dakota.
1934: Japan formally refuted the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922 and the London Treaty of 1930. It led to Japan's rise as a major naval power in the Pacific during the Second World War.
1937: The second Irish constitution went into effect, the Irish Free State renamed Eire.
1914: During the First World War (listen to our Sermon The European World Wars), the Battle of Sarikamis began between Russia and the Ottomans (i.e. Turkey; listen to our Sermon The Ottoman Empire). Although greater in numbers, the Turks were defeated in 5 days of fighting and lost 77,000 men.
1921: William Lyon Mackenzie King succeeded Arthur Meighen as Prime Minister of Canada.
1940: During the Second World War, 1,500 fires were started in 1 day alone by German bombers dropping thousands of incendiary bombs on the center of London during "the blitz" winter of 1940-41. The bombing caused the worst damage since the great fire of 1666.
1972: 16 survivors from an Andes plane crash were rescued over 3 months after the plane went down. Those rescued later revealed that they had survived by eating passengers who were killed in the crash.
1986: Former British Prime Minister (1957-1963) Harold Macmillan died at age 92.
1989: Playwright Vaclav Havel, who had earlier been jailed for 5 years for his human rights activities and long denounced in the Communist media as an enemy of the state, was sworn in as president of Czechoslovakia.