Bible Reading Plan
...man does not live by bread alone, but man lives by every word that comes from the mouth of the LORD. (Deuteronomy 8:3b, ESV)
The Bible is like food for the human soul, and when we read it and it becomes a part of us, we will have the spiritual resources we need for a full life. The start of a new year is a wonderful occasion to get on a Bible reading plan, and we’ve made two available for you (see download links below).
On the two-year plan you’ll read an average of 1.6 chapters per day, while on the one-year plan it will be an average of just over 3 chapters per day. Download and print your preferred reading plan, tuck it into your Bible, and check off the boxes as you do each day’s reading. It can help to find someone who will commit to the reading plan with you so you can hold one another accountable to stay on track. God bless you as you read His Word.
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