Dr. Grant Horner's Bible Reading System

Dr. Grant Horner’s Bible Reading System is, as the name implies, a system rather than a static plan that reads one chapter each day from ten different biblical genres. Screenshot from video below Features As a result of restart each genre after completing the genre, each day has a new set of readings and texts to cross reference. (In this sense, this is a more of a perpetual system rather than a traditional plan (with concrete start and end dates)....

Published: December 16, 2022 · Modified: January 1, 2023

Should you use a Bible reading plan? ➡️

In this video, Dr. Donald Whitney gives reasons why one should use a Bible reading plan. In addition, he shares his preferred plan which starts in Genesis, Joshua, Job, Isaiah, and Matthew. He also affirms the wisdom behind a plan that has days off each month. Here is how Dr. Whitney describes this plan in his book “Spiritual disciples for the Christian Life”: “My favorite plan involves reading in five places each day....

Published: December 16, 2022 · Modified: January 1, 2023

Navigators Bible Reading Plan

The Navigators Bible Reading Plan (PDF) (also known as Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan) offers the following features. Features The following are taken from their site. Provides flexibility with our new and refreshed format, you can begin whenever you like. You don’t have to wait for January 1 to start this plan; you can start whenever you like. Offers three to six free days per month. You’ll have 25 readings each month, which provides the space to catch up, if needed....

Published: December 15, 2022 · Modified: December 16, 2022

The 5x5x5 New Testament Bible Reading Plan

Read through the New Testament (PDF) in 5 days a week, 5 minutes a day. Features The following are taken from their site. If you’re not used to reading the Bible daily, start with this easy to use tool to read a chapter of the New Testament in 5 minutes a day. This reading plan will take you through all 260 chapters of the New Testament, one chapter per day....

Published: December 15, 2022

The Book-at-a-Time Bible Reading Plan

The Navigators Book-at-a-Time Bible Reading Plan (PDF) takes you through the entire Bible in one year, providing two readings for each day. Features The following are taken from their site. The first reading alternates between Old and New Testament books with the Gospels spread throughout the year. The second reading takes you through a chapter of the wisdom literature and Isaiah. You can begin at any point of the year....

Published: December 15, 2022 · Modified: December 31, 2022

Best English Bible? ➡️

Four Tips Modern English Standard Hebrew/Greek text Committee translation Fits your purpose Cites Grasping God’s Word, 4th Edition.

Published: December 14, 2022

Bible Reading Plan: How to Choose a Bible Reading Plan? ➡️

Questions Helpful questions to consider in choosing a Bible reading plan: What are you looking for? (Biblical knowledge or connection with God?) How long do you want to read? Ask God. My Thoughts Good overview and examples of the different types of plans. I appreciate his own personal emphasis on the Gospels. Wisely warns about reading straight through the Bible. (I agree.) I look forward to his forth-coming plan!...

Published: December 14, 2022

Five Day Bible Reading Plan

Melissa Kruger wrote in December 2015: Last December, I went on a hunt for a new Bible reading plan. I wanted to find one that was 5 days a week (instead of the usual seven) and I was hoping to find one that was psuedo-chronological (more on what I mean by that in a moment). After searching a variety of websites, I came across this Bible reading plan that is my new favorite....

Published: December 7, 2022 · Modified: January 1, 2023

Tear Up Your Bible 2023

Features Read the entire New Testament in the first 70 days! Read the New Testament more than twice – in two different arbitrary orders. The Old Testament starts with a summary. Alternate readings between Old and New Testaments. No straight through readings… it stays interesting all year long! Includes 10 days of shorter readings (I think for after December 23rd (when the formal plan concludes).) In contrast to the first version, each day is a predictable investment of ~15 minutes/day....

Published: December 7, 2022 · Modified: December 31, 2022

A Year in the Bible

Tim Wildsmith, of BibleReviewBlog.com, has been going through the Bible and chronicling it on YouTube. Intro video below:

Published: December 6, 2022