A 2-Year Bible Reading Plan

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If you want to read through the Bible, but you fail at your one-year attempts, here’s a different option.

Try a two-year plan instead of a one-year.

This two year Bible reading plan basically alternates two weeks in the Old Testament (weekday reading only) with one week in the New Testament, not necessarily in chronological order, but often in parallel order (read about Jesus’ birth in Matthew 1-2, then the next day in Luke 1-2).

The Bible isn’t a book to be rushed.
Read it all to get the whole story.
But go slow enough to get the whole message.

PRINT THE PLAN (not dated, so start anytime)

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reposted from the archives

6 thoughts on “A 2-Year Bible Reading Plan

  1. Barbara H.

    Thanks for reprinting this. I was just telling someone recently that I like reading the Bible through, for many reasons, but I don’t do so in a year any more. I’m not sure how long it takes me – I go slower in some places, more quickly in others. I’ve heard several people mention reading the Bible chronologically, and I think I’d like to do that next time through.

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I do find it’s better for me too to go slow versus fast. I don’t want to just be checking the box, but really trying to absorb new truth through the ancient words. It always amazes me how the Spirit breathes fresh life into them over and over again!

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