*This "excerpt" is part of an answer to a reader's question and borrowed from today's August Study in an effort to whet your appetite and lead you, like a horse to water, to it.
Go after God, dear Reader, and love Him deeper!
Doesn't it make you wonder what the question is?
Hmmm ...
By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

God is God from beginning to end. 
While the greatest of commentators speaks to the first prophecy fulfillment occurring in Genesis 3:15, I in my small mind beg to differ.
The first prophecy fulfilled in "Darrelyn's" mind is Genesis 1:1.
"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth."
Genesis 1:1
This prophecy declares with substantial accuracy the final promise and prophecy:
"I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last."
Revelation 22:13
The wondrous order and design birthed at the onset of the Holy Scripture begins with the sovereign articulation and fulfillment of God and His character.
God is who He says He is.
He is the great I AM responsible for the fulfillment of every spoken word He has uttered from beginning to end.
Think, dear reader, of the wonder of it all:
God, in His perfect beginning, initiated the reality of His full and final authority to us through a visible manifestation of His creation ... In the beginning.
Think of the sovereign authority and beauty of it all.
To discount even one "seemingly" miniscule word of God is a strange and most unmerciful act to the mind, I think.
We must view God in His wholeness by reading Him through His wholeness.
He has selected and elected to give us "all" of His written word for our good and His glory.
"All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works."
2 Timothy 3:16-17
 Discover more of God and He will uncover more of you.
He will also "recover" more of you. (smile)
Bible reading plans have a significant role to play in our reading of the Scripture because they take us into the "whole" of God and move us out of the confines of our narrowness and smallnesss of God.
Don't miss out on the beauty of God and the totality of His character by remaining in the books that make you comfortable.
God is interested in conformity before comfort,
 though He most certainly secures both.
From the Old Testament to the New Testament God has a message to speak to each of us and the more of Him we allow in ...
The more of "us" He moves out.
It's good news and it's God's news;
Search the Scripture.
"The words of the Lord are pure words; as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times."
Psalm 12:6