Form a Habit of Daily Bible Reading to Guide You through the Year
Each year I have the goal to read through the Bible. And each year I invite you to read along with me. To help with this, my 2021 Bible reading guides are now available.
New this year is a chronological Bible reading plan.
Chronological Bible Reading Guide
Each year I get requests for a chronological plan. And each year I try to make one, but I give up. It’s a complicated task.
The problem is a comprehensive chronological reading of the Bible requires a lot of details that won’t fit on a two-page sheet. Because of overlapping passages from different books, some days you would find yourself reading from multiple sections of different passages.
Along with being a lot of information to present, that’s too much page flipping and the potential for confusion. For a truly chronological reading of the Bible, get one of the many one-year chronological Bibles. These provide the best and easiest approach.
It is possible, however, to make an approximate chronological reading guide by putting the books of the Bible in order. This plan is my inaugural attempt to do so. I’ll use it for my 2021 Bible reading guide.
I encourage you to do so as well. It only takes 12 to 15 minutes a day. And each Tuesday throughout 2021, I’ll blog about a passage from that day’s reading.
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Other Reading Options
If reading the entire Bible in a year seems too daunting, scale back to a more manageable goal. I have a series of other Bible reading plans to guide you. Pick the one that works for you:
- Read the New Testament in a year (3 to 4 minutes a day, Monday through Friday)
- Read the Old Testament in a year (10 to 12 minutes a day)
- Monthly Bible reading plans (3 to 4 minutes a day)
Peter DeHaan writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices. Read more in his books, blog, and weekly email updates.