Blended Bible

Five Blended Bible

Reading Plans 13-17

Do you have a Bible reading plan? Our purpose and goal is that you as an individual will find a Bible reading plan that will help you be successful in reading God's Word. Each Bible Reading Plan is designed for 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 by reading the Bible and some have a good grasp of God's Word. 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 have started a project and have never finished. Our heart's desire is for you to finish your goal of learning and receiving from God's Word (the Bible).


FIVE BLENDED BIBLE READING
ONE YEAR PLANS 13-17

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 each day.

Pros: Having readings from different books keeps you from getting bogged down in books like Leviticus and can help make sure that there is a successful reading that resonates and has variety with you every day.

These Five Blended Bible Reading Plan takes into account the great number of people who are new to the Bible or do not have a strong background in the word of God. Or if you are like me, might not enjoy reading as much as some do and to be successful need variety in your daily reading guide. If that is you we highly recommend a Blended reading Plan.

We have five Blended Reading Plans to choose from. Find the one that will make your Bible reading successful. Recommend printing PDF and keeping a copy in your Bible.

Blended Bible Reading Plan 13
Three Books of Bible each day for one year. This plan is a Monthly chart.
Example:
Jan 1 Reading Genesis 1-2; Psalms 1-2; Matthew 1-2
Jan 2 Reading Genesis 3-4; Psalms 3-5; Matthew 3-4

Jan 3 Reading Genesis 5-6; Psalms 6-8; Mathew 5

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Blended Bible Reading Plan 14
Three Books of Bible each day for one year. This plan has a Daily reading schedule.
Example:
Day 1 - Luke 5:27-39; Genesis 1:1-2:25; Psalm 1
Day 2 - Luke 6:1-26; Genesis 3-5; Psalm 2

Day 3 - Luke 6:27-49; Genesis 6:1-7:24; Psalm 3

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. Because each individual is different we have 5 different Blended Plans to choose from Plans 13-17.

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Blended Bible Reading Plan 15
Three Books of Bible one day and two Books of Bible the next day. This plan has a Daily reading schedule for one year.
Example:
Day 1 - Psalms 148; Genesis 1-2; Ephesians 1
Day 2 - Genesis 3-4; Ephesians 2
Day 3 - Genesis 5-6; Psalms 12; Ephesians 3

This Blended Plan divides the Bible so that the reader will read books in a nontraditional sequence. For example, while one is reading the book of Ephesians, you are also reading the book of Genesis and the Psalms. We highly recommend the Blended plan for reading the complete Bible in one year. Our only motive is whichever plan you choose, you will be successful in reading God’s Word.

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Blended Bible Reading Plan 16
Two Books of the Bible each day for one year. This plan has a Daily reading schedule.
Example:
Day 1 - Genesis 1-2; Matthew 1
Day 2 - Genesis 3-5; Matthew 2
Day 3 - Genesis 6-8; Matthew 3

This Blended Bible Reading Plan takes into account the great number of people who are new to the Bible or do not have a strong background in the word of God. Or if you are like me, might not enjoy reading as much as some do and to be successful need variety in your daily reading guide. If that is you, we highly recommend Plan #16 blended reading Plan as it is the easiest to follow with reading one Book of Old Testament  starting in Genesis and one Book of the New Testament starting in Matthew.

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Blended Bible Reading Plan17A
Blended Weekly Chart Large Print.

This Bible reading plan is designed to be more flexible and easier to read for you. So instead of having an assigned daily reading, you have your reading for the entire week. That way you can fit into your busy schedule, as sometimes we have more time on one day and not another. There are 5 readings for each week with each day a different Bible book.
Example:
Week 1 -  (1/1-1/7) Genesis 1:1-18:19, Matthew 1:1-6:24, Psalms 1:1-7:17, Proverbs 1:1-2:5
Week 2 - (1/8-1/14) Genesis 18:20-31:16, Matthew 6:25-10:26, Psalms 8:1-12:8, Proverbs 2:6-3:15
Week 3 -  (1/15-1/21) Genesis 31:17-43:34, Matthew 10:27-14:13, Psalms 13:1-18:34, Proverbs 3:16-4:10

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Blended Bible Reading Plan17B
Blended Weekly Chart Small Print.

This Reading Plan is the same as Plan 17A except has smaller Print and is only one page, great for copying and keeping a copy in your Bible.

SEE THE PLAN 17B Download PDF Download Word.


To be Successful in Your Bible Reading!!

Encourage you to study the Bible with our free Study Guides designed for you here.

Discover new insights into your Bible reading with our free Bible Study Methods 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.

Also, join us in unlocking the scriptures with our free Bible Reading Plans designed for you as an individual 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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