FIND A PLAN THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU
The Bible is God’s inspired Word to us. It teaches us what’s true, helps us see things in our lives that we know we should address, and empowers us to discover more purpose, more fulfillment, and live in freedom. Jesus said: “I have come so that you may have life and have it to the full.” John 10:10
Below, we’ve included several Bible Reading Plans to help you navigate through the Bible. Take a look at these plans and find the one that best suits your rhythm.
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1 Year Chronological Plan
Read through the Bible in the order these recorded events actually occurred. This is a great plan to follow if you want to add historical context to your Bible reading. The chronological plan will take you through the entire Bible in a calendar year.
The Discipleship Journal’s Book-at-a-Time Plan
With a daily reading from the Old Testament and the New Testament, you’ll complete an entire book in each Testament before moving on to the next. The annual plan has 25 days of reading a month which gives room to flex, catch up, or meditate more deeply along the way.
Foundations New Testament in a Year
The Foundations New Testament reading plan will take you through every chapter of the New Testament over the course of a year, with five readings a week (260 daily readings) and a suggested memory verse for the week, this is a great plan if you like to journal using the SOAP method..
Two-Year Bible Reading Plan
The Gospel Coalition’s Two-Year Bible reading plan is designed to take you through the Old and New Testaments in two years and through the Psalms and Proverbs four times during that period. This plan pairs nicely with Gordon and Stuart’s guide, How to Read the Bible Book by Book.
Bible Reading Plan Generator
Still can’t find a plan that works for you? Have a list of books of the Bible that you haven’t read through before? Check out this tool that will help you generate a Bible reading plan tailor-made for you. You pick the content and schedule.