Bible Reading Plans

2748.jpgTo walk with Jesus and to be His disciple requires knowledge of his life, His ways, and His Word. Howcan we follow Jesus without seeking to grow in the knowledge of these things?  Without this understanding, we could never seek to obey Christ, imitate His ways, or teach other people about Him.  This requires actions taken on our part.  The best way to get started is to spend daily time in the very words that God has given to us in the Bible.  They teach us all we need to know about His character, His promises and His commands.  Spending time in God’s Word each day is much easier with a plan.  Read with the purpose of understanding in your mind and transformation in your heart.  Browse below to find a Bible reading plan that may work for you.

One Year Bible (Daily OT, NT, Psalm, Proverb)

This one year bible reading plan is available for you to use as you seek daily after the LORD.  It splits the each of the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs into 365 parts and then bunches them together into daily 4 part readings.   

Download: One Year Bible Reading Plan.pdf 

One Year Chronological Plan

This one year plan is designed to take you through the Bible in one year; from cover to cover. Starting in Genesis and ending in Revelation, this plan is straight forward and easy to follow.

Download: One Year Chronlogical Plan.pdf 

52 Week Plan

This plan also takes the reader through the Bible in a year, but splits the Bible into 7 main sections.  One for each day of the week.  Sunday - Epistles, Monday - The Law, Tuesday - History, etc…  This is a great way to understand the Bible from a broader standpoint.

Download: 52 Week Plan.pdf

New Testament in 30 Days (PDL)

This New Testament reading plan guides you through all of the New Testament in one month. Although it doesn’t include any of the Old Testament, it is useful in understanding the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and the acts and writings of His apostles. 

Download: New Testament in 30 Days (PDL).pdf 

Bible Translations Spectrum

Bible_Translations.jpgChoosing a translation of the bible to study can be difficult. This chart plots various translations based on their accuracy and readability. At Grace, we would recommend choosing a translation somewhere from the NIV to the NASB. These translations are relatively easy to read without compromising the intended meaning. Click on the chart to view it in a larger window.