23 Bible Reading Plans That Will Satisfy Anyone - Alex TranThe year that I turned 30, I read through the Bible for the first time. I was not attending any church and had very little interaction with any Christians before my conversion. All I did was read the Bible and was honest with God through my written responses to what I had read. I have done it. I retained more of it than I expected. I noticed things in the reading that I had overlooked before.
Chronological Timeline overview of the entire Bible, by Pastor Cass Shell
A Narrow-Minded Woman. Today is New Years Eve. The idea of resolutions is to review your year before the new year and make goals and plans for the next year, before January 1st. Typically the first week or so of January is when I really consider what I want to work on during the next twelve months. One of my goals for this year is to read the Bible chronologically in the first ninety days of
Greg Koukl - Should we read the Bible chronologically?
Here is a diverse and pretty comprehensive collection of Bible reading plans. All of them are easy to follow and most include a printable copy you can keep in your Bible. They range from two week commitments to year-long commitments, from reading straight through cover to cover, to topical readings, to a mixture of readings each day. Let me know in the comments if you know of any other good ones. I consider that a nice cherry on top. This reading plan walks you through key passages from every book of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, in just 61 days. Another one from Zondervan, this one goes a little more in-depth than the 60 day version.