bible studyWhy not make God’s Word part of your day, every day! I suggest you open your Bible as soon as you can each day so you can get wisdom and strength for the coming day. Below you will see some links to different websites that have some great daily, weekly, monthly and yearly Bible reading plans.

I also suggest you start your journey of reading your Bible daily slowly, don’t commit to reading more than you actually can. If you have the time to read the Bible in a year do it, but don’t beat yourself up if you find yourself falling behind on a Bible in a year reading plan. To be honest, I have tried reading the Bible in a year and I just don’t get much out of it because I find myself reading it too quickly. If it takes you two, three or even four years to finish reading The Bible that is okay, as long as you do it. God will not care if you can’t read the Bible in a year as long as He sees you are digging into His Word each day.

Our Daily Bread daily devotional

I have been reading Our Daily Bread since 1973, and it has helped me keep in touch with God during times when I wasn’t living the way He would want me to. You can read it online, or order the booklet like I get every month from their website.

First5 Bible study plans for the “first 5” minutes of your day.

It took me awhile to start reading the First5 study plans because it was something my wife was doing and it was originally geared toward teaching the Bible to women, but it is a fantastic resource for women and men alike. Give it a try!

Bible Study Tools Bible reading plans

Book Order
Read from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22 in the order in which the books of the Bible are arranged.
Plan Length: 365 days
Read the Bible in the order that the events happened.
Plan Length: 365 days
Chronological New Testament
In only 3 months you can read the New Testament in the order that the events happened.
Plan Length: 92 days
Read 3 passages each day, starting with Genesis, Psalms, and Luke. From the original Bible Study Tools reading plan.
Plan Length: 365 days

See more Bible reading plans at Bible Study Tools here.

Bible Gateway Bible reading plans

Each day includes a passage from both the Old Testament and New Testament.
Read the Bible in the chronological order in which its stories and events occurred.
Read the Bible from start to finish, from Genesis to Revelation.
Read the books of the Bible as they were written historically, according to the estimated date of their writing.
See more Bible reading plans from Bible Gateway here.