January 1, 2014
A Bible reading schedule which we have used and highly recommend is the one arranged by Mark Roberts. It is free. It takes the reader through the Bible in one year. Mark writes:
Are you looking for a reading plan for 2014? Consider the Five Day Bible Reading Schedule. It makes it much easier to complete the Bible in one year because you only have to read five days a week, not seven. This gives you time to catch up if you fall behind. Many Christians have successfully read the Bible with this plan and you can too!
With the Five Day Schedule you can read the entire Bible in 2014 or just the New Testament reading five days a week.
Best of all, it’s FREE. You can download your copy here:
May the Lord bless us all to know Him better through His Word.
Samaritan Pentateuch at Mt. Gerizim.
Photo shows Husney W. Cohen, a Samaritan priest and director of the Samaritan Museum, with Samaritan scroll, along with Ferrell Jenkins (center) and Leon Mauldin (right). The Samaritans accept only the first five books of the Old Testament.
I am so thankful for the easy access to the scriptures, and to the proliferation of good translations!
January 1, 2012
I’ve tried different Bible reading schedules, but the last 2 or 3 years I’ve used the one by Mark Roberts. I’ve found it to be the most practical, and I like the arrangement Mark has worked out. He made this post earlier:
As we come to the close of 2011 many will be making plans to read the Bible regularly in 2012. I hope you will consider using the Five Day Bible Reading Schedule to help you reach your goal. The Five Day Schedule allows you to read through the entire Bible or the NT in one year by reading only five days a week. This allows time for you to catch up if you get behind, or do other reading for Bible class etc.
Many Christians have successfully read the Bible with the Five Day Schedule and you can too.
The Five Day Schedule is a FREE download and is available absolutely free for individuals and churches to use and to make copies.
Get yours here:
Note: we have a Kindle edition available from Amazon.com this year but it is not free (as Amazon charges to process materials). Search “Five Day Reading Schedule” or use the links at BibleClassMaterial.com to get this Schedule on your Kindle!
A schedule of this nature disciplines the reader. You will read passages that you might otherwise neglect. I recommend this good resource.