Want to read the Bible in a year? Here’s my Bible reading plan for 2019

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.

A Bible Reading Plan and Bible Study for the New Year

For the last several years, I have been reading the Bible through each year. I’ve used several different plans, and there are elements of each that I’ve really enjoyed. But last year I wanted to do something different. I like the idea of reading each book through so that you get a good feel for the flow of the book. But I really don’t like to wait until the last third of the year to read the New Testament. I love reading the Wisdom Literature, but I think I appreciate them more in smaller portions.

So, after looking through the various Bible reading plans available, I decided to create my own. There’s a decent chance that someone has made one just like this already. If so, please let me know. I’d be glad to share it.

My plan alternates between Old Testament and New Testament books, but completes one book at a time. On the weekends, my plan has readings from the Psalms on Saturdays and a chapter from Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, or Song of Songs on Sundays.

I attempted to portion out the readings so that it wouldn’t be too much for any one day, but I may need to adjust the readings as I go through it this year. Below you’ll find a link to the pdf document with the full reading plan.

A Daughter of the Reformation Bible Reading Plan

I’m also planning to use Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Bible to supplement my reading. I’m hoping that the combination of Bible reading and Bible study will be helpful this year. I’d love to hear what your plans are for the year.