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70 Bible Reading Plans

To Be Successful in Your Bible Reading!

Do you have a Bible reading plan? Our purpose and goal is that you as a individual will find the Bible reading plan that will make you successful in reading God's Word. Each Bible Reading Plan are designed for different individuals. Some folks are like me, not a strong reader and some folks can read many chapters each day, some are just beginning their adventure with reading the Bible and some have a good grasp of God's Word for them as individuals. Each Bible reading plan is clearly marked for you can pick a plan that will lead to a successful time for you to learn all about God. We all of have started a project and have never finished. Our hearts desire is for you to finish your goal of learning and receiving from God's Word (the Bible).

 


70 BIBLE READING PLANS

Getting Started -Bible Reading Plan
Each Bible reading plan is different in type and length. They are as varied as each individual so you have many to choose from. Consider the following options, but remember to choose one. Regular reading in God's Word is not optional. It's a necessity!

BIBLE READING PLANS 1-12
For those New to the Bible or are a New Christian
(easier #1 and harder #11)

Plan 1 - 5 minutes a day - 21 days Bible reading Challenge - on the Gospel of John.
Plan 2 - 15 minutes a day - 21 days Bible Reading Challenge - on the Gospel of John.
Plan 3 - For those just starting out - 31 days - Encounter with Jesus.
Plan 4 - New to Bible or New Christians - 31 days - Know God's Plan for You.
Plan 5 - New Believers - 45 days - All 4 Gospels - (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John).
Plan 6 - Reading the New Testament (Matthew to Revelation) in 90 days.
Plan 7 - Reading the New Testament and Genesis in 90 days in 20 minutes a day.
Plan 8 - Reading from Genesis to Revelation in 90 days for Strong Readers.
Plan 9 - Reading from Acts to Revelation, Psalms, Proverbs & Ecclesiastes in 6 months.
Plan 10 - For Beginners reading 40% of the Bible in 170 days with 3 chapters a day.
Plan 11 - For Strong Readers reading the Bible in 6 months with 7 chapters a day.
Plan 12 - Survey of the Bible for Beginners in one year with only 15 verses a day.

SEE PLANS 1-12 FOR THOSE NEW TO THE BIBLE AND/OR NEW CHRISTIANS

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BLENDED BIBLE READING PLANS 13-17

Old and New Testament combined daily - Plans 13-17 here.
What it is: Blended Bible reading plans will help you read through the entire Bible in a year, but are arranged so that your readings are from the Old Testament and New Testament are intertwined for each daily reading.
Example:
Jan 1 Reading Genesis 1-2; Psalms 1-2; Matthew 1-2.

SEE BLENDED BIBLE READING PLANS 13-17

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CLASSIC ONE YEAR PLANS 18-21 & CLASSIC TWO YEAR PLANS 22-23

In One and Two Year Bible reading plans from the Beginning Genesis to the end of Revelation in order - Plans 18-23 here.

A Bible reading plan is critical to your development as a Christian. It may not always seem like it in this time-pressured world we live in, but spending time with God and reading His Word is the most important part of your day. If you want to know God's will for your life, the Bible is one of the primary ways God speaks to us. That's why the Bible is often called "God's Word" or "The Word of God." 
Example:

January

February

March

1 - Genesis 1-3

1 - Leviticus 1-3

1 - Deuteronomy 1-2

2 - Genesis 4-6

2 - Leviticus 4-6

2 - Deuteronomy 3-4

SEE CLASSIC BIBLE READING PLANS 18-23

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CHRONOLOGICAL ONE YEAR PLANS 24-25

These Chronological Bible one year reading plans will take you through the entire Bible in an historical linear timeline order with the first events first to the last. These plans follow a chronological order, which is worked out in date order, as they were written. Read the events of the Bible as they occurred chronologically. For example, the Book of Job is integrated with Genesis because Job lived before Abraham.
Example:

Week 1
Genesis 1-3
Genesis 4-7
Genesis 8-11
Job 1-5
Job 6-9
Job 10-13
Job 14-16

Week 2
Job 17-20
Job 21-23
Job 24-28
Job 29-31
Job 32-34
Job 35-37
Job 38-39

Week 3
Job 40-42
Genesis 12-15
Genesis 16-18
Genesis 19-21
Genesis 22-24
Genesis 25-26
Genesis 27-29

Week 4
Genesis 30-31
Genesis 32-34
Genesis 35-37
Genesis 38-40
Genesis 41-42
Genesis 43-45
Genesis 46-47

Week 5
Genesis 48-50
Exodus 1-3
Exodus 4-6
Exodus 7-9
Exodus 10-12
Exodus 13-15
Exodus 16-18


SEE CHRONOLOGICAL ONE YEAR PLANS 24 & 25

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GENRES (LITERATURE) STYLE ONE YEAR PLANS 26-27

Here is a Bible reading plan chart that is set up for you to go through the Bible in a year. But with a twist: It divides up your reading into the main types of Genres (literature) such as Gospels, Law, Narrative (History), Psalms, Poetry, Prophecy, and Epistles! That way you can go though the entire Bible by reading the different Genre types. This is a unique plan that will help keep your pace up and prevent you from losing interest and giving up! Reading Plan 52 Week Challenge.
Example:



Gospels

Law

History

Psalms

Poetry

Prophecy

Epistles

Week

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

1

Matthew 1-2

Genesis 1-3

Joshua 1-5

Psalms 1-2

Job 1-2

Isaiah 1-6

Romans 1-2

2

Matthew 3-4

Genesis 4-7

Joshua 6-10

Psalms 3-5

Job 3-4

Isaiah 7-11

Romans 3-4

3

Matthew 5-7

Genesis 8-11

Joshua 11-15

Psalms 6-8

Job 5-6

Isaiah 12-17

Romans 5-6


SEE GENRES (LITERATURE) STYLE ONE YEAR PLANS 26 & 27

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SHORT TERM COMMITMENTS - TWO WEEK READING PLANS 29-41

For those with busy schedules an Introduction to the Bible. This is a place to begin reading the Bible. These two-week reading plans take you quickly into passages every Christian should know. New believers, as well as those who have been Christians for many years, cannot spend too much time reading the Bible. But for targeted growth, it's important to find a plan that works well for you. Once you've identified that plan, you need to be faithful to follow it.! Our hearts desire is for you to finish your goal of learning and receiving from God's Word (the Bible).

Of all the reasons people mention for not reading the Bible, simple discouragement ranks highest. The Bible’s length alone is imposing; it is more like a self-contained library than a book. It includes sixty-six different books, by several dozen authors; it’s little wonder why people get confused and discouraged. These reading plans help break the Bible into more manageable portions. This is a place to begin reading the Bible. With 1189 chapters in the Bible, why begin with these? First, they are frequently quoted or referenced elsewhere. Second, they are relatively easy to read and understand.

SEE THE COMPLETE TWO WEEK READING PLANS HERE

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CHILDREN BIBLE READING PLANS 42 TO 50

The ten minute challenge is a simple Bible reading plan designed to help children and teens to develop a basic understanding of Scripture and a love for reading God’s Word. These are a 30 day reading plan, but the time frame for completion is six weeks. We understand that when you have kids…life happens, and you may not be able to find time every day.

SEE THE CHILDREN'S BIBLE READING PLANS 42-50 HERE

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ASSORTED BIBLE READING PLANS 51 TO 70

Here is a diverse and comprehensive collection of Bible reading plans. All of them are easy to follow and most include a printable copy you can keep in your Bible. They range from two week commitments to year-long commitments, from reading straight through cover to cover with a mixture of readings each day.

SEE ASSORTED & DIVERSE BIBLE READING PLANS 51 TO 70

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To be Successful in Your Bible Reading!!

Discover new insights in your Bible reading with our free Bible Study Methods here. Also join us in unlocking the scriptures with our free 70 Bible Reading Plans designed for you as an individual go here. You can unlock God's Word by using our free 7 Bible Reading Cheat Sheets here. Cheat Sheets is a concise set of notes used for quick reference used for Bible reading and studying here.

 

Tips on Reading the Bible Daily
1. Start reading the Bible today -- there is no better time, and there's no reason to wait. Set aside a specific time each day. Set your schedule and then stick to it. Mornings are great, but feel free to use any time that works consistently for you.
2. Read the Bible for the sake of learning, not simply to accomplish your next reading. Say a short prayer to God before you begin, asking the Holy Spirit to give you wisdom and understanding, then be refreshed by the words you read!
3. Highlight verses, take notes and bookmark your Bible!


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