“I am much afraid that the schools will prove to be wide gates to hell unless they diligently labour in explaining the Holy Scriptures, engraving them in the hearts of youth. I advise no one to place his child where the Scriptures do not reign paramount. Every institution in which men are not constantly occupied with the Word of God must become corrupt.”
Here are a few different types of Bible reading plans. Most are printable but a few (as marked) are received via email.
- The Bible checklist at Heart of Wisdom is a printable check list to read the Bible chronologically though in a year.
- Daily readings from the Narrated Bible
- Daily reading guides from Back to the Bible
- Here is a reading plan from Coromandel Valley Baptist Church
- Bible Reading Plan from Practical Homeschooling! Read through the Bible in a year with this handy planner in printable pdf format!
- Another valuable reading plan is taken from Eric Liddell’s The Disciplines of the Christian Life. Especially good for older children/teens.
- This chart is another popular chart for printing. It is based on McCheyne’s Daily Bible Readings for daily readings: a concise course whereby one can read through the whole Bible once a year, and the Psalms & the New Testament twice. This link is where you will find the monthly schedules and the Scripture portions for each day.
- The Story of the Bible: Follow along with the story of the Bible in this chronologically arranged daily reading. Add the greatest story ever told to your day!
- Daily Bible reading and daily Bible card in various versions.
- Daily reading Plans from Heartlight
- Here you can choose the default reading plan for your daily Bible reading program.
- Fruits of the Vine have various Bible reading plans and devotionals via email.
- A few different formats and types of Bible reading plans
- Bible reading Plan for Beginners at Learn the Bible.
- A Bible reading chart from journal33
- This chart looks quite good… from bible-reading.com
- ESV Bible Reading Plans can be found at this link.
- BiblePlan has some very helpful plans.
- Professor Grant Horner’s Bible-Reading System which I talk about here. **New**
- Daily Bible Meditation Plan – the aim of this schedule is not to read less, but to meditate more. **New**
Regardless if you use a plan or what type of plan the most important thing is to Read God’s word. Study it. Pray it. Live it.