Yesterday, I finished 1 Corinthians, which brings my total to 46, with Acts and Romans having been finished a couple of weeks ago. Acts is, as the name suggests, a little bit about the acts of the apostles and how the church grew and thrived after the ascension of Christ. Romans is a letter to the church in Rome from the apostle Paul. It is a wonderful book to read and study, and will probably be coming back to it in the New Year to study it further. 1 Corinthians is another letter from Paul, this time to the church in Corinth. This letter is a letter of correction. Paul addresses some of the practices of the Corinthian church that are not Biblical, and he gives reasons from Old Testament scripture and the words of Christ to validate the correction that he is giving. In the next month, I will be finishing the rest of the Bible, which is crazy to think. It's definitely crunch time though. I have 28 days to read 20 books. Definitely going to be difficult, but well worth it.