A Bible A Day: Bible Reading Plans

A Bible A Day: Bible Reading PlansHere are some possible systematic Bible reading plans to consider. There’s 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 begin; there’s 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 this seems a bit overwhelming, check out the monthly reading plans. (Save the Old Testament and entire Bible plans for later.)

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 doesn’t make much sense.

For more information, see the overview of books in the Bible.

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