I recently discovered "The Books of the Bible" published by the International Bible Society. I don't want to overstate this, but it has brought a substantial jolt to my Scripture reading. Is it a Bible? Yes & No. All of the Bible is in there, but it doesn't look like your Bible. Most noticeably, there are no chapters or verses. It is also arranged differently. If you want more info on specifics, just visit the website. You can also download some samples if you want to check it out firsthand. Now, as a disclaimer, I should mention that it is only available in the TNIV. You might this strange from a "complimentarian" guy like me. The TNIV is a "gender neutral" translation and a revision of the popular NIV. I don't have time to wade into the debate surrounding gender neutrality in translations, but there's plenty online if you want to explore more about the TNIV's approach. I don't endorse the TNIV as a primary translation for study, but I have found it to be a smooth read and, because of my familarity with the NIV, a surprising improvement in some places (and a disappointment in others). Anyway, "The Books of the Biblle" really helps me focus on reading the whole instead of particular chapter or verse. It also helps me see context better, which is most significant. I'm really enjoying it, so I thought I'd let you know. If you do check it out, let us know what you think.