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    The 2020 Bible Reading Marathon kicked off in the nation’s Capitol on September 12 and will run until September 16.

    This is the 31st year of the event and it is being held at the Faith & Liberty building across the street to the U.S. Supreme Court building. Usually done in springtime, the event was moved in summer because of the Coronavirus pandemic, reports The Christian Post.

    This read, especially this year, is needed across our country. I think our nation’s hope lies in the word of God. —Keith Davidson, Founder of Seedline International

    Indiana-based ministry Seedline International organized the Bible marathon and according to its founder, Keith Davidson, a team of 20 or so speakers will take turn reading from Genesis through Revelation in 90 hours. “They’ll rotate off and on and then other folks come in and rotate off and on. They have times that they sign up for.”

    Davidson said they expect fewer readers this year because of the current health crisis the world is facing. “Last year, we had almost 500 readers