I mentioned that I am not one to make resolutions.  Something about that word makes me feel bound.  Another way to say resolution is goal.  I have goals.  I have specific goals.  Setting goals keeps me on track for where I want to be in 2012.  So, with a new year, comes a fresh start.

One area I really want to grow myself is in daily Bible reading.   I read the Bible, but I haven’t read through it in a year in quite sometime.  I have other studies that I am doing, but I also want to just read through.  So, I am going to do M’Cheyne’s reading plan where you read 4 chapters a day.  The 4 chapters are broken down into 1 Old Testament, 1 Gospel, 1 prophet, and 1 letter.  It seems very doable.  So far, I’m on track!

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  1. Hi Kim…Nice to see your blog…And even nicer to see another believer in the LORD JESUS…
    I love your pictures…I’ll be visiting often…Thanks for visiting mine…Have a blessed day!

  2. Love your picture and your goals. It seems to be a theme. Draw closer to Jesus!

  3. Great shot-really clear–love the resolution too…OH sorry–goals are great:)

  4. Wonderful shot! My church has a year long bible challenge I’ve been contemplating. Good luck reaching your goal 🙂


  5. Great goal! One I’ve been contemplating. I also don’t like resolutions ’cause they seem tied to the calendar. I like flexibility!

  6. Popped in from P 52
    I love the the shot! I don’t do resolutions either but goals, yes. Mine is along the same lines as yours.

  7. Hello!
    I love your picture and your resolution!
    Petonets xoxo

  8. What a wonderful goal! And a great photo too. 🙂

  9. I like goals much better too… and I love this photo. What a great one for this.

    I have included devotionals into my daily reading requirement. Last night it was just one verse… but getting in there even just for a few words can make all the difference.

  10. What an excellent goal. I think we could all use a lot more of that in our lives.

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