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BIBLE READING PLANS

This classic reading plan will take you through the whole Bible over the course of a year.  By year's end you will have read the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice. One of the greatest strengths of this plan is the way that it provides a schedule for both family Bible reading and private devotional study.

This reading plan will take you through the whole Bible over the course of a year according to its chronological order.  The greatest strength of reading the Bible chronologically is that it helps us read through the story of Scripture as it unfolded in history. This allows us to see the full picture of what God is has done, is doing, and will do — not just bits and pieces here and there.

Maybe you want to spend time in God's word every day, but the thought of reading through the whole Bible in a year is an intimidating thought for you. First of all, don't get discouraged. A few minutes each day in God's word will do more for your heart than anything else. This plan breaks the daily reading down into more manageable bits and covers the whole Bible in three years.

If you want to saturate yourself in God's word each day and have 30-60 minutes to do so, then try out this plan that will take you through the entire Bible in just 90 days. On average you will read 10-15 chapters each day while following this plan.