God’s words are described in Psalm 119:105 as a “lamp” and a “light” to the life we live. The whole chapter (the longest in the Bible) is a big praise for the words God has given to us to read and know.
I love that. But sometimes it is hard to stick to a plan and read God’s word. Some of you might wonder what to read and when to read it. One of the best ways for me to stick to it and read all of the Bible is to start with a Bible reading plan. So that is what this note is for.
There are many different Bible reading plans available online today. Some will even email the daily reading to your inbox! Some will allow you to choose which translation you would like to receive. So there are many options! God just wants you to read his Word and this can help! Here are some of my favorite Bible reading plans. Feel free to try one out on your own. The plans vary. I actually like donig one for a year and then switching to a different plan the next year. If you want to know what I’m planning to use this year, the 2011 Compositional Bible Reading Plan developed by Treasuring Christ Church in Raleigh gets my vote. So without further ado:
30 Day Plans
Survey Bible Reading Plans
365 Day Plans
- Daily Bible Reading Plan
- ESV Daily Bible Reading Plan
- M’Cheyne One Year Bible Reading Plan
- Canonical Bible Reading Plan