For the last several years, I have been reading the Bible through each year. I’ve used different plans, and there are elements of each that I’ve really enjoyed. A few years ago I decided to do something different. I wanted to read each book through to get a good feel for the flow of the book. And I didn’t want to wait until the last third of the year to read the New Testament. I also realized that I appreciate the Wisdom Literature more in small portions.
So, after looking through various Bible reading plans available, I decided to create my own. My plan alternates between Old Testament and New Testament books completing one book at a time. On the weekends, we’ll read from the Psalms on Saturdays and a chapter from Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, or Song of Songs on Sundays.
You’ll find the pdf of the reading plan attached here: A Daughter of the Reformation Bible Reading Plan 2019.
I’m continuing to use the Journibles from Reformation Heritage Books to slow down and focus on a chapter or smaller portion of Scripture each day.