It is now
Sunday, October 21st, Monday, October 29th, Sunday, December 2nd and I have had a couple requests to create a new schedule that starts today. So for those who still want a chance to complete the Book of Mormon by the end of the year, the NEW schedule begins TODAY and ends December 31st!!
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Also, I wanted to include my favorite way to read the Book of Mormon. This set is ah-mazing. I love it for so many reasons.
1 – the ENTIRE text is included IN this book. You don’t have to read a chapter of the Book of Mormon and then read the coinciding chapter in your study book. It is ALL WRITTEN TOGETHER, in one fluid book. So it’s basically the entire Book of Mormon, with this guy’s sidenotes and explanations written RIGHT where it should be. So if he has something to say about verse 7, he interjects his thought or note inbetween verse 6 and 7. It is SO AWESOME.
2 – I have read 1 Nephi about a million times. I feel like I learned more, had more insights, and was more excited about the content that was so incredibly familiar, after reading it in this reading guide ONE time, than I have in all 35 years of previous study combined.
3 – It is EASY to read. Like, for dumb people. Like me. I am not a gospel scholar. So I love that I don’t FEEL like this is written by a gospel scholar. He doesn’t write as if you already know all the normal stuff, and he is here to educate you on the obscure. He is here to help you understand the normal. I love that.
4 – Did I mention you don’t have to switch between the Book of Mormon and this book? It’s ALL IN ONE. That’s my favorite.
If you are looking for a new way to study the Book of Mormon this time around, I would highly recommend this set. It is broken up into 3 books, so it isn’t one gigantic book that’s so thick it’s a pain to read from.
If you’d prefer to just buy the first one before committing to the whole set, here they are individually.
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Now here is my original post:
I don’t know about you, but I definitely needed this kick in the butt tonight. I have been dragging my feet in the scripture reading department, and this is JUST what I needed to get me out of my funk!
For those who missed it, in President Nelson’s address tonight in the General Women’s Broadcast, he challenged each of us to read The Book of Mormon by the end of this year.
(For those of you have no idea what I am talking about…every 6 months The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints holds a General Conference in Salt Lake City, where members of church leadership speak, and their talks are broadcast worldwide. Tonight was a session just for the women of the church).
My totally awesome uncle sent out this reading schedule less than an hour after the broadcast tonight. Of course, I had to make it all cute and printable.
- The little lines to the left of the date are for you to put a checkmark on once your reading is completed for that day.
- The scripture that is listed next to the date, is the chapter you should have COMPLETED that day (and everything before it)
**Disclaimer – it is harder than you think to make a schedule that goes by chapter, but stays close to the same amount of reading each day. Because of the various lengths of chapters and the order of them, some days have a few pages less than the average day, and some a few more. This is just one person’s suggestion – there is no right or wrong way to do this!**
So there you have it!
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Most of the color PDF is still black ink, but color just makes me happy, so I had to add a little bit of color in there!
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