A Bible Reading Schedule

Bible Reading Plan

Bible Reading Plans

Click Here for a list of several bible reading plans.

A secondary plan, listed in the table below, is both satisfying and excellent. The appeal is in its simplicity. The idea is from Justin Taylor.

A Simple Bible Reading Plan

Sundays OT Poetry books
Mondays NT History
Tuesdays Pentateuch
Wednesdays NT Epistles
Thursdays OT History
Fridays NT History or Epistles
Saturday OT Prophets

Work at your own pace. Read as little or as much as you want each time. On a day that you’re pressed for time, you can read less. Days you have more time, read more. Ingenious! Many of you will find, some days, you just want to read and read, and you’ll plow through quite a bit of material. Other days you can’t, and this makes those days guilt-free. If you miss a day, you know exactly where to pick up whenever the next weekday rolls around. Resume where you were. Double up to make up time, if you want.

(Note: The above is a slight modification of Justin Taylor’s proposed schedule; the modification is meant for reading the NT more.) Taylor calls his schedule “A Bible reading plan for slackers” and you can see it at Justin’s Site.

“Thy word is a lamp unto my feet,
and a light unto my path.”
~ Psalm 119:105

“As newborn babes, desire the sincere
milk of the word, that ye may grow
thereby.” ~ 1 Peter 2:2

“Thy word have I hid in my heart,
that I might not sin against Thee.”
~ Psalm 119:11

Blessed is he who reads… (Revelation 1:3)



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