If you read my last post and started looking for a Bible reading plan to try, then this post is for you. Below I’ve compiled a list of some plans for you to look at.
- Professor Grant Horner’s Bible Reading System: This system will have you reading ten chapters a day out of ten different books of the Bible. The guy that made this plan is pretty amazing. To take a look at it, click here. This is the one I’m doing.
- The 90 Day Bible Reading Plan: If you want to read the Bible through in the next three months, this plan is for you. You’ll be reading about ten to fifteen chapters a day. To learn more, click here.
- A Simple Two Chapters Per Day: If you would like to read one of Paul’s letters, this is probably the best plan for you. Just read two chapters per day!
- One In The Old Testament, One In The New Testament: This will take you about two years to get through the Bible if you stick with it.
- Proverbs Plan: Super simple, super important. Just read one chapter a day of Proverbs and you’ll be done in a month. For more information, click here.
- Project 51: If you want to get to know the New Testament better, this will be great for you. You’ll be reading a chapter from the New Testament every weekday and a chapter from the Psalms on Saturday and Sunday. Following this plan you will read through the New Testament in a year. For more information, click here.
- Fun Mode: This planis for those of you that don’t really want someone to plan everything out for you. If you’re tired of missing day after day of plans because they just seem boring after awhile, just start your own plan. Remember to write down where you read though, or you may neglect books.
- Want More? If you haven’t found what you’re looking for, visit the You Version plans website to find one for yourself by clicking here. If you’re already doing a plan, what is it? If you’re not, have you found one you like in this post? Please comment your answers.