Bible Reading Plan for 2020

I read through the Bible every year, and have switched between two different plans – a chronological plan that follows the story based on when the books were authored, and aligns historical events (example – you’ll read the Chronicles and Kings accounts of the same story at the same time) and a historical plan which essentially goes through from page one to page done. This past year, I did an historical plan with a reading from the old testament and new testament.

After much searching and coming up nil – i’m creating my own plan. Yup, that’s right. I’ve combined the chronological and the historical with a reading from Old and New Testaments (that way you don’t have to wait until October to begin the new testament). The benefits? You’ll read all four gospel accounts of the same story. You’ll read through Acts, and then jump to the appropriate epistle based on when it falls in Acts.

Anyway – if you’re interested, shoot me an email and I’ll be happy to share.

Update – have already had quite a bit of interest. You can find January’s readings right here.

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