One Year Bible Reading Plans
Take an exciting step to let your roots grow down deep into Christ by committing to regularly read the Bible. Jesus reminds us: “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.” Faithfully reading God’s word is essential to our growth as a disciple.

Here are two daily Bible reading plans to check out. Both are yearly plans. The first is a 5-day plan. A benefit of a 5-day plan (as opposed to a 7-day plan) is that there is less chance of falling far behind. At 5 days per week it is far more doable than at 7 days—there is always a chance to catch up. Also, it allows a day or two of reading something different for those who, for example, like to read and ponder the sermon text on a Sunday morning. The second is a 7-day plan, having readings for each day of the week.   

You can get more resources at:   BIBLE.COM  or check out some of the resources in the links below.
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Bible Reading Resources

Here are some recommended Bible reading plan and Bible study resources:

Online Bible Study Resources

  • Blue Letter Bible This is an amazing FREE site that “…provides powerful tools for an in-depth study of God’s Word through our free online reference library, with study tools that are grounded in the historical, conservative Christian faith.”
  • ESVStudyBible.com – If you have purchased an ESV Study Bible, this site allows you to access content online.
  • BibleArc.com – Arcing is a Bible study technique that is great to learn and use. This site will show you how.
  • Biblegateway.com – Read Scripture in dozens of translations in many languages; this site also includesreading plans, search tools, audio content, and other resources.
 
Helpful Sites & Blogs We Recommend
  • The Gospel Coalition  The Gospel for all of life.
  • Desiring God  “God is most glorified in us, when we are most satisfied in Him”
  • Stand to Reason  Greg Koukl explains a tactful approach to being an ambassador for Christ.
  • Embrace the Truth  Abdu Murray’s ministry site of helpful apologetic material
  • Don’t Stop Believing The blog site of Dr. Mike Wittmer of Grand Rapids Theological Seminary (Pastor Tim’s alma mater)
  • Institute for Religious Research  Investigating today’s religious claims in light of history, science and the Bible
  • 4Truth.net  Got questions? Get answers! Brief “Belief Bulletins” on world religions, cults and new religions.
 
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