We noticed some of you Bible geeks love using technology to get into God’s Word! This exciting announcement is for you…
Remember that post we did about our 5 favorite Bible study apps? We have 2 new goodies for those of you that use the ever-popular YouVersion Bible app! The Bible app’s reading plans are wonderful tools to help you build a Bible reading habit with various topics and themes. And they’re absolutely free!
Our friend and 100 Names of God author Christopher D. Hudson put together two fantastic and quick reading plans for your Bible-learning pleasure!
One of the best ways to know God is by learning his names. These 14 quick devotionals are designed for daily use, even if you’re on the go! With thoughtful devotionals, key verses, applications, prayers and much more, Names of God is an incredible tool to help usher you into greater knowledge of God. Based off the book 100 Names of God, this devotional will take you through one name in depth each of the 14 days. This is a great asset to slow down a busy life!
This devotional includes five names of God that offer encouragement, peace, and comfort for those who are struggling with grief. While it is not a cure-all for the deep pain you may be experiencing, it may bring you some wisdom and peace of mind to manage the waves of hurt and grief you’re going through. Based off 100 Names of God Daily Devotional.
How to Start Your Reading Plan
Besides clicking the links above, there’s another way you can find the
- Open the YouVersion Bible App on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. If you do not have it you may visit the Google Play Store (PC/Android) or the App Store (Mac/iPhone) and download it. (For more help with apps, visit our apps blog post!)
- Select the “Plans” tab in your app
- Select “Discover”
- Using the search feature, enter “Names of God”
- Our 2 plans Names of God and 5 Names of God for Grief will show up in your search results. Simply tap the plan you want and click “Start Plan.” You may start both plans if you want, or you can always tap “Save for Later.”
God has many names in the Bible and each name shows a different aspect of God. For example, “Adonai” means “The Lord” or “My Great Lord”; “El Roi” means “The God Who Sees Me”; and “YHWH” means “”I AM,” The One Who Is” or “The Self-Existent One”. The Names of God eChart from Rose Publishing contains 10 different Names of God, the meaning and application for each name, as well as Bible references where the name can be found. The Names of God eChart is a great study tool to help you better understand the God of the Bible. Download NOW.