Bible Reading Plans
The following is a list of some possible systematic Bible reading plans for you to consider. There is no need to wait for the beginning of the year (or a month) to start reading; feel free to start any plan at any time. Just jump in and start reading; there is no need to "catch up" what you missed.
If this is your first time reading the Bible, we recommend starting with the New Testament. If that seems a bit overwhelming, check out the monthly reading plans. (Save the Old Testament and entire Bible plans for later.)
Read the New Testament in a year (3 to 4 minutes a day, Monday - Friday only)
Read the Old Testament in a year (10 to 12 minutes a day)
Read the Entire Bible in a year (12 to 15 minutes a day)
Monthly reading plans (3 to 4 minutes a day)
The least effective way to read the Bible is to start on page 1 and read straight through to the end. The different sections, or "books," of the Bible are grouped by category more than in chronological order, so a sequential reading does not make much sense.
For more information, see the overview of books in the Bible
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