- ever struggle in your personal reading to know “what to read next.”
- want to know how to work through the whole bible without getting bogged down.
- find that your Bible reading is aimless or random.
- have never read all the way through the whole Bible.
Then a Bible reading plan might help you with your issues. Download one of these plans and print it out to use daily. Below are five different plans to give you different ways to work through the Bible from end to end.
Canonical: the Bible in a year, in regular order (pdf)
Chronological: the Bible in a year, in chronological order (pdf)
Historical: the Bible in a year, in the order the books were written (pdf)
OT/NT: the Bible ina year, with Old and New Testaments every day (pdf)
Fast!: The Bible in 3 Months (pdf)
These are also available at the resource page.
Also, a piece of advice about using plans like this: Don’t let it become a burden or some sort of program that adds stress to your reading. If you can’t get through in a year or you “fall behind,” the worse thing you could do would be to get discouraged and let the plan keep you away from just enjoying God’s word. (I’ve never actually got through the bible in a year. It usually takes me about two.) Let the plans be “friendly guides” and they can be a big help.