Bible Reading Plans

Bible Reading Plans

Bible Reading Plans.

Let’s be people of “The Book” (the Bible)! Here are several Bible reading plans.

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Whole Bible – Five Days A Week – Chronological Order.

This plan only takes five days a week, and each day you read one portion from the Old Testament in chronological order, and one portion from the New Testament in chronological order.

Whole Bible – Five Days A Week – Canonical Order.

This plan only takes five days a week, and each day you read a portion, in canonical order (meaning in the order printed in the Bible).

Whole Bible – Twenty-Five Days A Month – Old and New Testament.

This plan requires readings 25 days per month (so you can catch up if you get behind), and every day there is a reading from both the Old Testament and the New Testament. (You could also only do the Old Testament readings or the New Testament readings, and so complete either the Old Testament or the New Testament in a year).

New Testament – Five Days A Week – Canonical.

This plan goes through the New Testament in a year, five days a week, in canonical order.

Gospels – Five Days A Week – Canonical.

This plan goes through the Four Gospels in a year, five days a week, in canonical order.

Whole Bible – Seven Days A Week – Canonical.

This plan goes through the whole Bible in a year, 7 days a week, in canonical order.

Whole Bible – Seven Days A Week – Type of Book.

This interesting plan goes through the whole Bible in a year, 7 days a week, but each day the reader goes through a different type of book. Sundays are the Epistles, Mondays are the Law, Tuesdays are the Historical books, Wednesdays are the Psalms, Thursdays are the Poetic books, Fridays are the Prophetic books, and Saturdays are the Gospels.

Whole Bible – Seven Days A Week – Old And New Testament.

This plan goes through the whole Bible in a year, 7 days a week, but each day the reader goes through both an Old Testament passage and a New Testament passage. Or the reader could do the Old Testament in the morning, and the New Testament in the evening. Or the the reader could just go through the Old Testament or the New Testament.

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