Bible Reading Plan


Why read the Bible? This is a question I sometimes hear. Why, because it is all about us and the human condition. Aside from general philosophies or scientific research, the Bible holds the key to where we are going. Everyone is destined to end up somewhere when they die even if they do not admit it. If you don’t like to read then why not listen to the word being read. My favorite audio version of the Bible is the King James Version that is narrated by George W. Sarris. George W. Sarris speech is soothing and relaxing and this helps me to concentrate on what is being said.

Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

2 Timothy 2:15 [KJV]

The scripture tells us to study the word, yet there are very few people who really take time to study the Bible. The dictionary states the meaning of study is the devotion of time and attention to acquiring knowledge. It is the Holy Spirit who helps us gain knowledge of what is meant in the written word, but we also have many scholars and pastors who have written books on the Bible expounding on it’s meaning. The key is to read the chapter to find out who is being spoken to and what is the context it is conveying such as the who, what, where, and why.

It does not matter what time of the year you start the Bible reading plan. The date you start on, is the date you end on, the following year. Click on the links below to download the PDF file of the Bible Reading Plan that you are interest in. The Bible reading plan are posted in three-month increments. Just print the page and check mark the chapters you have read in the box within the columns.

Remember you can start any day, anytime reading the Bible using this Bible Reading Plan.

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