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Tired of movie theaters? Looking for plenty of suspense, action, humor, romance, dating, courtship, marriage, love, hatred, jealousy, lying, cheating, stealing, betrayal, robbery, kidnapping, assault, rape, murder, mutilation, human sacrifice, violence, drunkenness, gambling, demon-possession, exorcism, ghosts, angels, devils, idolatry, astrology, and sorcery? How about heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, incest, polygamy, perversion, prostitution, and adultery? Maybe you're looking for a French kiss that outdated France by over 1700 years! Did I forget discrimination, anti-Semitism, slavery, ethnic cleansing, civil war, espionage, and prisoners of war? What about arrests, unfair trials, perjury, corrupt judges, jails, jailbreaks, and capital punishment? Maybe floods, fires, earthquakes, storms, and eclipses? And how could we leave out plagues, scabs, sores, boils, lesions, swelling, and bodily discharges?

Any kind of entertainment you are looking for can be found in the Bible.

Forget entertainment, why not read the Bible for its historical value? If you want to understand the problems in the Mid-East, read about their beginnings.

Why not read the Bible so you can tell Christians, "Have you ever read the Bible? I've read it front to back, and I'm not interested." That ought to shut them up.

15 X 365 = 1

Do you have a spare 15 minutes? I don't know about you, but I am awake a minimum of 17 hours a day (6:00 AM - 11:00 PM). 15 minutes a day means that I have 98.5% of the rest of my day free.

15 minutes a day is all that stands between you and reading the entire Bible in one year. Do you think only Bible scholars read the Bible? Well, I don't have a doctorate in theology, but as of April 1, 2005, I am a little over one quarter of the way through reading the Bible for my 12th  time. Don't get the wrong idea, once I knew that it only took 15 minutes a day, I was not proud of the fact that I was 28 years old before I had ever read through the Bible even once.

The One Year Bible

The One Year Bible is the key to reading the Bible in one year. The text is divided into daily readings. For each day there is a portion of the Old Testament, the New Testament, the Psalms, and the Proverbs, grouped in consecutive pages. The great thing is, you can start on any day of the year, and 365 days later you will be done. And if you get stuck in the "begets" of the Old Testament, in five or so minutes you'll be reading the New Testament or a Psalm. It never gets boring. You can get The One Year Bible in just about any translation.

My wife and I were engaged one year before we got married. We took that year to read The One Year Bible together. Every day we would spend at least 15 minutes together reading it out loud. She was a better reader than I was at first, but now I do pretty well. When I was out of town, we read it individually and then talked about it on the phone. After we read, we always took another 2-5 minutes to pray together. We've been doing that ever since, and it is a great foundation for our marriage.

So pick up your copy of The One Year Bible today and start reading. It is published by Tyndale and the ISBN number is 0-8423-4608-2.

As long as I don't get drowned with requests, I will send you a free copy if you give me your street address on the feedback form.

James G. Lewis

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