Bible Reading in 2013

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One Year ESV Bible from

I have used many different ways to read and study the Bible over the years. This year I want to get an overview of the whole Bible again, so I am using the Murray McCheyne plan.

Here is a round up of different Bible reading plans – I’m old school in that I like to print it out and tick it off – but you can get apps and feeds and things like that from

The 5x5x5 Bible Reading Plan For those new to bible reading, I would recommend the5 minutes per day, 5 days per week, 5 ways to dig deeper. Takes you through one chapter each day. Read the New Testament in one year.
20 verses a day plan For families there is a great 20 verses a day plan,to give an overview of the Bible – we have done it at breakfast time during the week
Murray McCheyne Whole Bible in 365 days with one chapter from Law, Gospels,Prophets, Epistles. Can feel a little disjointed reading from four different places each day, but stops you getting bogged down in Leviticus!
Book-at-a-Time Bible Reading Plan Intersperses Old and New Testament books in each month’s readings, with the four gospels spread throughout the year. Read the complete Bible in one year.
The Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan Read four places in God’s Word every day to better grasp the unity of the Scriptures. Read the complete Bible in one year. My favourite plan, but this year I wanted a change!!!
One Year Bible ® plan Another option, also published in many different versions as a hardback


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