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Bible reading plans

Bible reading plans

01 Jan 2018

These plans to read the bible in a year, are based on a chronological sequence of events - as much as is possible. So books and chapters that deal with the same events are grouped together.

For example Psalm 90 (written by Moses), is read together with Numbers. Events during Christ's ministry that are mentioned in more than one gospel are read together. 

Read the New Testament in 100 days (actually 110) - use this plan to 'work up' to reading the whole bible:

New Testament (Online)
New Testament (A4)
New Testament (A5)
Spreadsheet list for copying into your phone or tablet

Reading 6-days per week (with a spare day - or catchup day):

Old Testament followed by New Testament
Old Testament with New Testament interspersed

Reading 7-days each week (less to read each day):

Old Testament followed by New Testament
Old Testament with New Testament interspersed
Spreadsheet list for copying into your phone or tablet

 

‘If anyone speaks in a tongue, let there be two or at the most three, each in turn, and let one interpret... Let two or three prophets speak, and let the others judge. ’ 1 Corinthians 14:27-29