Bottom Line Bible: New (second) Testament

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Pick one of the New Testament books below and read a chapter every day . . . or 4 or more days a week.

Another word for Testament is covenant or agreement. The titles “Old Testament” and “New Testament” refer to the agreements between God and mankind before and after the sacrifice of Christ. The New Testament is a collection of 27 books of history, letters, and prophecy.

IMPORTANT: The designations “first testament” and “second testament” simply indicate the order in which they were written. The Old Testament is not “old news.” It was written first. The New Testament is not “new and improved.” It was written second.

Both tell God’s story and reveal his love and plan for humanity while introducing the savior for the world.

"When Jesus was sacrificed on the cross, He ushered in the period of the New Testament or ‘New Agreement.’ He was the perfect, innocent sacrifice, and while the blood of the animal sacrifices was capable of only covering the peoples’ sin from God’s eyes, Jesus’ blood actually took it away—paid for our sin.

Under this New Agreement, we no longer are subject to all [the] laws. Instead, we have God Himself, in the form of the Holy Spirit, living right inside of us helping us do right instead of wrong. And it’s our faith in Christ, not how well we can follow all of the laws, that makes us righteous in God’s eyes."
(Personal Disciplemaking, Chris Adsit, p. 231)

Don’t rush through a Bible book or chapter. Let God’s word marinate within you.

Read through the Bible chapter. Reflect on the Bottom Line Bible material.
Better yet, write your own summary, or big idea, or next step.

What is God saying to you in the chapter? Read and reflect, sit still and listen, and then act on what God nudges you to do.

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