BIble in a Year Question?
Besides going from Genesis straight through to Revelation (been there, done that), does anyone have a good recommendation to read through the entire BIble in a year? I'd like to mix and match between passages but still read the entire Bible in a year.
Thanks for your help!
I ended up doing some searches on my own and found this website: http://www.ministryserver.com/readings/display00.h... which divides the Bible by 52 different themes and 7 lessons per theme.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Here is another approach. It selects a different literture form for each day of the week.
- 1 decade ago
I've read the bible through several times through, changing the order in which I read the books.
Genesis to Revelation
Revelation to Genesis
New Testament then Old Testament
I am currently TYPING the bible - have been since April 2004 - yeah, it's been more than a year, but the main thing is I keep going. I'm in the book of Habakkuk.
Here are some other ideas I've had for the next round or two:
Reading just the FIRST verse in each chapter of each book, then reading the SECOND verse in each chapter of each book, and so on.
Reading the first CHAPTER of each book, then the second chapter and so on.
Every time you read the bible, you discover something new, even though you've read through that section before. Here is a great prayer to pray before reading the bible; King David prayed this:
Open thou mine eyes that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law. Psalm 119:18
I've just discovered that Paul's epistles are not listed in order of date in the New Testament. This is news to me, and I have yet to verify it by a bible timeline, but this is very intriguing to me! So I will be looking into that also. If you want to know more about that, just send me a message. I'll send you the order I've been sent, but only after verifying the timeline.
By the way, the KJV is the only English version which does not originate from corrupted manuscripts. I pray in Y'shua's name that you will only read the KJV.
God bless you! Shalom!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
4 chapters a day handles it. Proverbs and the Psalms make a nice daily read for 1/2 the year. Reading the Torah is a nice tie to our Judaic heritage. I tie Luke and Acts together. I suppose doing John and Rev. the same way would make sense. I tend to read 1 major NT book a month and then fill in the remaining days of the month w/ the lesser ones.
I am about to start out on a 1/2 year read. I have check marks and ? where I will pull out the commentaries and pass on what I read. For instance: What do you find in Mt.'s geneology that is unique and a key clue? Tomorrow begins w/ Gen. 1-6, Prov. 1, Mt. 1. let me know. And peace in the new year.
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- CRONKERSLv 41 decade ago
It is great to have a goal of reading the entire Bible in a year. It is one I should do myself. My Good News Translation has a schedule to read the Bible in a entire year. Mix & Match sounds good. I would pick the best schedule for you & do your best to follow it.Source(s): God's Word, the Bible (John 17:3)
- nancy joLv 51 decade ago
For Christmas, I received a "Women's Devotional Bible" published by Zondervan. With it, you can read a Monday devotional tomorrow morning (or any corresponding day) and the Scriptures that go with it....or you can go from Gen to Rev.
Either way, it's a one year experience.
- TishLv 51 decade ago
I read something once that said if you read 3 chapters a day and 5 chapters on Sundays, you'll cover the whole thing in a year.
- devora kLv 71 decade ago
As Rocky said, "Go for it." I read the Bible everyday and it has helped me through some pressing times
- 1 decade ago
I have an amazing Bible that I read during the year. It's called "The Daily Reading Bible." I couldn't find my exact version, but there is one on Amazon that I found:
And, if you just want a read the Bible in a year plan:
I am more than willing to find one of my own lists and e-mail it to you, if you'd like:)
Hope this helps!Source(s): firstname.lastname@example.org
- sosguyLv 71 decade ago
There are many different plans - one of them:
Just do a Google search for Bible reading plans.