April 4, 2017

Help

Welcome to meetJ. We hope that as you use this website you will meet Jesus and learn how much He cares about you and wants to help you know Him. 

How to use the website
Bu clicking on “Day” in the menu you can see all the daily readings and select the next one to read. Read through the Bible verses and notes and then, if you are a registered user you can mark the day as “read”. This will enable you to go to the list of days and see which ones you have finished and which days you still need to complete. 

How to pray
At the end of each day’s readings are some suggestions about what you could pray about. We haven’t given you actual prayers to read out because we believe that the best prayers are ones that come from you and are in your own words. God loves to hear us talking to Him and prayer is talking to a loving heavenly Father, who designed you and knows what is best for you. 

Days 1-30

Many people have different ideas about who Jesus is and what He is like, but the most reliable source of information is what the Bible says. This website will take you through the book of Mark, looking at what we can learn about Jesus. Each day, for 30 days, you will read another part of the book of Mark, followed by easy to understand comments to help you think about what you can learn about Jesus from the section you have just read.

Days 31-34

These four days will help you to see what the whole of the Bible is about. There are things to read and questions to think about to help you understand what the Bible teaches about the world, about you and about why Jesus came to help you. 

Days 35-40

The final six days will help you to understand how to follow Jesus and become the person He created you to be. The topics are “Following Jesus”, “Learning what God Thinks”, “Talking with God”, “Connecting with Others”, “Church is God’s idea” and “Telling others”.

Who are we?
The website has been produced by Chatnow. Days 35-40 are based on the First Steps for New Believers reading plan produced by NeedHim.

Bible translation
There are many different English translations of the Bible and on the website we have always used The New Living Translation. 

Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright ©1996, 2004, 2007, 2013, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.