Bible gateway bible reading program
Bible reading plans walk you through the entire Bible over the course of a year. Reading through the Bible is a rewarding experience, and these plans can help you do it!
To use a reading plan, just visit the daily reading page to see your daily reading. (You may want to bookmark that page in your web browser.) Your daily reading is also available via email (see below), RSS, and iCal. If you miss a day or want to read ahead, you can use the calendar in the top right to navigate forward or backward through the reading plan. Read more …
Read The Bible In A Year OnLine tools
Here’s How it Works
Register or Login, so we can show you a customized Bible reading progress tracking chart.
Choose a reading plan. Currently, we offer the following Bible reading plans:
a. Book Order – Read from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22 in the order in which the books of the Bible are arranged.
b. Chronological – Read the Bible in the order that the events happened.
c. Chronological New Testament – In only 3 months you can read the New Testament in the order that the events happened.
d. Classic – Read 3 passages each day, starting with Genesis, Psalms, and Luke. From the original Bible Study Tools reading plan.
e. Old Testament and New Testament – Read one passage from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament each day.
f. Prof. Horner’s Reading System – A unique and challenging system where you read 10 chapters a day.
3. Choose your Bible reading plan start date and preferred Bible translation.
4. Start your daily Bible reading plan!
5. Complete your assigned Bible reading each day. Then click the “Finished Reading” button at the top or bottom of the Bible in a Year reading page to record your completion.
Praying The Bible
Resorting to a more scriptural pattern of prayer may be a simple (but profound) answer to many problems in our practice of prayer. There are a number of reasons that could be given as to why Christians should “Pray the Bible,” but the ones below combine to make a rather convincing argument: read more here …