How to know God?
... and what is the purpose of our lives
God Created Us Individually. God Made Us for a Reason. Only Jesus can Fill that Void.
New Christians Bible Reading Plans
To Be Successful in Your Bible Reading!
Getting Started -Bible Reading Plan
Each Bible reading plan is different in type and length.
They are as varied as each individual so you have many to choose from.
Consider the following options, but remember to choose one.
Regular reading in God's Word is not optional. It's a NECESSITY!
NEW TO THE BIBLE OR ARE YOU A NEW CHRISTIAN
New Christians Bible Reading Plans is for you - Each plan is different - Plans 1-12.
Do you have a Bible reading plan? Our purpose and goal is that you as a individual will find the Bible reading plan that will make you successful in reading God's Word. Each Bible Reading Plan is designed for different individuals. Some folks are like me, not a strong reader and some folks can read many chapters each day. Some are just beginning their adventure with reading the Bible and some have a good grasp of God's Word for them as individuals. Each Bible reading plan is clearly marked for you can pick a plan that will lead to a successful time for you to learn all about God. We all of have started a project and have never finished. Our hearts desire is for you to finish your goal of learning and receiving from God's Word (the Bible).
NEW TO THE BIBLE OR A NEW CHRISTIANS (Summary)
BIBLE READING PLANS Bible Reading Plans 1-12 (Easier #1 and Harder #11).
Plan 1 - 5 minutes a day - 21 days Bible reading Challenge - on the Gospel of John.
Plan 2 - 15 minutes a day - 21 days Bible Reading Challenge - on the Gospel of John.
Plan 3 - For those just starting out - 31 days - Encounter with Jesus.
Plan 4 - New to Bible or New Christians - 31 days - Know God's Plan for You.
Plan 5 - New Believers - 45 days - All 4 Gospels - (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John).
Plan 6 - Reading the New Testament (Matthew to Revelation) in 90 days.
Plan 7 - Reading the New Testament and Genesis in 90 days in 20 minutes a day.
Plan 8 - Reading from Genesis to Revelation in 90 days for Strong Readers.
Plan 9 - Reading from Acts to Revelation, Psalms, Proverbs & Ecclesiastes in 6 months.
Plan 10 - For Beginner's - Reading 40% of the Bible in 170 days with 3 chapters a day.
Plan 11 - For Strong Readers reading the Bible in 6 months with 7 chapters a day.
Plan 12 - Survey of the Bible for Beginners in one year with only 15 verses a day.
Recommend printing PDF and keeping a copy in your Bible.
If you're looking to take a first step in reading God's Word, our 5 minute 21-day Challenge is for you. It's a simple way to begin making the Bible reading part of your day. Start with just 21 days-3 weeks, less than a month--and see how quickly the habit begins. With the 21-Day Bible Reading Challenge, you'll walk with Jesus through the Gospel of John and engage God's Word on a daily basis. It's as easy as reading a chapter a day and it'll probably take less than 5 minutes a day.
This plan on the Gospel of John is excellent for new Christians and for those searching and people on the go. Start your day by talking to God, reading the Bible and reflecting on your day. We have created a special series of study guides to go along with your daily 15 minute reading a day on the Gospel of John. Each lesson is sent daily by email. For more information go here for this excellent study on the Gospel of John or to sign up go here. Recommend for everyone.
This is an excellent Bible Reading plan to start out with or use to refresh yourselves in Jesus. In just a few minutes a day for a month, you will be stronger in your faith and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
Day 1. Jesus is Predicted: Isaiah 53
Day 2. The Birth of Jesus: Matthew 1:18-25
Day 3. John the Baptist Prepares the Way for Jesus: Matthew 3:1-4:11
31 Days to Know God's Plan For You - Bible Reading Plan for those New to Christianity.
This Bible reading plan is a general overview of God’s encounter with humanity, our responses to Him and how He gives us Hope, Salvation and an Eternal Future. Designed for those with a busy life, just a few minutes each day for a month. Start your day by talking to God, reading the Bible and reflecting on your day. You may need to set aside a quiet space, and a few moments, but it’s a small step that will leap you forward in your faith.
Day Theme Passage
Day 1. The Fall of Humanity: Genesis 3:1–19
Day 2. A People set for God: Genesis 12:1-3; 28:10–15; 32:22–28
Day 3. The Ten Commandments: Exodus 20:1–17
This 45 Day Bible Reading plan focuses on the record of the life of Christ. You'll read through all four gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke and John in 15 to 20 minutes a day in 45 days. If you miss a day, we recommend you do that day next. Quality is better than quantity. It is better to receive from God’s Word and take a few extra days to finish the reading plan. It is not a race.
Day 1 Matthew 1; Matthew 2
Day 2 Matthew 3; Matthew 4
Day 3 Matthew 5; Matthew 6
A Plan To Read The New Testament in 90 days. It’s a Challenge well worth taking from Matthew to Revelation! The New Testament has 260 chapters, so if you read an average of three chapters of it a day, you can easily finish it within three months, even if you miss a few days. The suggested reading schedule below can be a helpful tool to help you to reach your goal of reading the entire New Testament in 90 days. If you miss a day or don’t finish the number of chapters that you planned for a particular day, don’t get discouraged. Just keep going!
Day 1 - Matthew 1; Matthew 2; Matthew 3
Day 2 - Matthew 4; Matthew 5; Matthew 6
Day 3 - Matthew 7; Matthew 8; Matthew 9
SEE THE PLAN Download PDF Download Word
This 90-day Bible reading guide integrates readings from Genesis, the foundational book of the Old Testament, with the three Gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke. On one side you’ll see God’s creative work and earliest interactions with His people; on other, you’ll get to know Jesus as Emmanuel, God with us, fulfilling the promises made even in Genesis.
Day Old Testament New Testament
Day 1 . . . Genesis 1:1–31 . . . . . . . . Matthew 1:1–25
Day 2 . . . Genesis 2:1–25 . . . . . . . . Matthew 2:1–23
Day 3 . . . Genesis 3:1–24 . . . . . . . . Matthew 3:1–17
The Bible in 90 Days reading schedule. Read the Bible cover to cover by investing as little as 30 minutes a day. In 90 days (two grace days are included) and you will see the big picture of God 's great story unfold before you.
Most Christians know they should read God’s word. They understand that it is God’s message to them and He expects them to read it. However, for various reasons, many Christians find this duty a daunting task. It is a mountain they fear they cannot climb. The Bible seems so big. They do not understand how it is organized. The vocabulary and grammar are challenging. Many Christians just give up and never read the Bible—or at least never read it through.
Day 1 Start Genesis 1:1 and finish Genesis 16:16
Day 2 Start Genesis 17:1 and finish Genesis 28:19
This Bible Reading Plan is designed for those that enjoy reading and are a strong readers.
Over six months, this guide takes through parts of the New Testament from Acts to Revelation. You’ll discover the amazing growth of the early Church, the foundational instructions for Christian living and the promise of God’s fulfilled future. This guide also integrates the worship and wisdom of Psalms, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes on a daily basis, for a balanced diet of instruction and intimate time with God.
Day Old Testament New Testament
Day 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Psalm 1:1–6 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Acts 1:1–26
Day 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Psalm 2:1–12 . . . . . . . . . . . .Acts 2:1–47
Day 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Psalm 3:1–8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Acts 3:1–26
Bible Reading Plan for Beginners is a plan for reading about 40% of the Bible in 170 days (about six months). In this plan, you will read much of the Old Testament story, every chapter in Psalms and Proverbs, the two gospels of Mark and John and several of the New Testament epistles including Romans, Philippians, Titus and others. You will not read the details of the ceremonial law, lengthy genealogies or difficult prophecies. Instead of 1,189 chapters (the entire Bible), you will read 513 chapters.
Just to be clear all chapters are an important part of the Bible. But some portions are better for beginners to read. Then, you can go to a plan that includes the entire Bible. At that point, much of it will be familiar to you and the rest will make more sense.
First day: Mark 1-2; Proverbs 1
Second day: Mark 3-4; Psalm 1
Third day: Mark 5; Psalm 2; Romans 1
Read through the Bible in 6 Months doing approximately 7 chapters a day. This Classic Bible Reading Plan begins "In the beginning..." at Genesis 1:1 and concludes with the very last in the Book of Revelation. If you have never read your Bible from cover to cover and would like to then this Classic Plan 11 is right for you.
IMPORTANT: Recommend this plan for strong readers that enjoy and can read a lot in one sitting.. If you are like me a slower reader would recommend plan 10 or plan 12 or a two year Bible Reading Plans. Please pick a plan that you as an individual will be successful at finishing.
Bible Reading Plan - Genesis to Revelation– 6 Months – Weekly Schedule (approximately 7 Chapters a day).
|1||Gen 1-7||Gen 8-15||Gen 16-21||Gen 22-26||Gen 27-31||Gen 32-37||Gen 38-42|
|2||Gen 43-47||Gen 48- Ex 3||Ex 4-9||Ex 10-12||Ex 13-18||Ex 19-24||Ex 25-29|
|3||Ex 30-35||Ex 36-40||Lev 1-7||Lev 8-13||Lev 14-18||Lev 19-23||Lev 24-27|
|4||Num 1-4||Num 5-7||8-13||Num 14-17||Num 18-22||Num 23-27||Num 28-32|
Survey the Bible in one year, reading only 15 verses a day!
Are you new to the Bible or like me a slower reader or a new and younger Christian, and are eager to survey highlights of the Bible. Beginner’s Bible Reading Plan #12 is a great way to start to have a successful journey with God with reading His Word (the Bible).
What parts of the Bible will I read? Readings are included from every book of the Bible. This plan includes about 4472 key verses out of 31,103 verses in the whole Bible. (That's over 14% or 1/7th of the Bible.)
How were the verses chosen? Passages were chosen that (a) trace the big story of the whole Bible with some of its central themes, (b) reflect the literary and topical diversity of the Bible.”
Example: This plan has 25 readings per month, with about 15 verses per reading.
God creates the world, but humans sin
Genesis 1:1-19................Creation week—Days 1-4 on Creation
Genesis 1:20 – 2:3.........Creation week—Days 5-7 on Creation
Genesis 2:4-17...............The Garden of Eden
Genesis 2:18-25.............The creation of Eve
To be Successful in Your Bible Reading!!
Discover new insights in your Bible reading with our free Bible Study Methods here. Also join us in unlocking the scriptures with our free Bible Reading Plans designed for you as an individual go here. You can unlock God's Word by using our free 7 Bible Reading Cheat Sheets here. Cheat Sheets is a concise set of notes used for quick reference used for Bible reading and studying here.
Tips on Reading the Bible Daily
1. Start reading the Bible today -- there is no better time, and there's no reason to wait. Set aside a specific time each day. Set your schedule and then stick to it. Mornings are great, but feel free to use any time that works consistently for you.
2. Read the Bible for the sake of learning, not simply to accomplish your next reading. Say a short prayer to God before you begin, asking the Holy Spirit to give you wisdom and understanding, then be refreshed by the words you read!
3. Highlight verses, take notes and bookmark your Bible!
Questions God. Com - Brian Duncalfe