Read Through the Bible Program for Shirkers and Slackers

Tis the season for new Bible reading plans to come out.  January 1st is tomorrow, and it’s important to have a plan for your daily Bible reading (believe me, it’s really hard to stay disciplined if you don’t).  If you aren’t following The Crossing’s reading plan, read on.

If you’re like me, it can be difficult to stay on track with one of those plans that are in the back of your Bible.  Don’t get me wrong – they’re great plans, but sometimes if I miss a day or can’t fully read the whole thing, I feel awful!  Check out this plan from Ransom Fellowship.  This plan is different because if you miss a day, you can pick up right where you left off, and it goes by days according to topic, so your week will look like this:

  • Sunday: Old Testament Poetry
  • Monday: Pentateuch
  • Tuesday: Old Testament History
  • Wednesday: Old Testament History
  • Thursday: Old Testament Prophets
  • Friday: New Testament History
  • Saturday: New Testament Epistles

More reading plans can be found here from the ESV Bible.

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About Colleen Kelly

I graduated from Mizzou in May '09 with an English degree and joined staff with Veritas soon after. I'm originally from St. Louis, but love living in Columbia. Things I love: reading (anything and everything), walking, being outside, coffee, conversation, theology, exploring, saturdays, and adventures.
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