Reading Plan
Saturday, January 1, 2011

As we begin the new year, consider devoting a portion of each day to seek God in His Word.  Below is a reading plan that I have used successfully for many years.

The Old Testament is broken up into 2 parts.  The first part covers the historical books, and the second part mostly covers the prophets.  You can do this either as a 2-year plan, or you can do it as a 1-year plan by reading one passage from each section.

I've provided two New Testament plans, as well:  a 6-month plan, which will take you through the New Testament twice in one year, or a 1-year plan.  Use whichever you think will work best for you.

The Psalms and Proverbs are separated out; this plan takes you through each of these once per month.

Feel free to download these plans and use them.  I recommend printing them out, folding the Old and New Testament plans in half, and using each of these as bookmarkers, so you'll never need to look for your place.  Sometimes I laminate the Proverbs marker because it's so small.  You can do that to Psalms as well, if you like.

May the Lord bless you as you seek Him.

Old Testament Reading Plan
New Testament - 6 Month Reading Plan
New Testament - 1 Year Reading Plan
Psalms and Proverbs

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The Word of God is a tree of life that will bear fruit for you if you cultivate it.

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