This themed Bible reading plan lets you enjoy a different part of the Bible each day of the week: (1) New Testament letters (Epistles), (2) the first five books of the Old Testament (Pentateuch), (3) the history of Israel and Judah (former prophets), (4) Psalms, (5) other Old Testament poetic books, (6) prophecy, and (7) the Gospels and Acts.
This Bible reading plan takes you to four sections of the Bible each day. Robert Murray McCheyne, an early 19th-century pastor and preacher in Scotland, created this well-known reading plan. During this year, you will read the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice.
This chronological Bible reading plan takes you through the Bible in an order that most closely follows the timeline in which the events took place, beginning with the earliest event—creation.
This Genesis to Revelation Bible reading plan gives you the opportunity to read the Bible from cover to cover, in the order in which the 66 books appear in most English Bibles.
Looking to build a daily habit of opening your Bible? Start by investing a few minutes every day to write out these scriptures! It takes less than 10 minutes to immerse yourself in God’s word and complete each day.