Monday, January 02, 2012

2012 bible reading plans

I realize this is now January 2nd, but here are a couple of Bible Reading Plans for 2012...

The One Year Bible Blog

The Chronological Bible Blog

It's been a few years since I have read the Bible through in a year. Not that I still don't read it every day, but just not the entire thing. I think I should get back to that this year. Not sure which one of the above I will use yet, but it will likely be one or the other.

(HT to Andrew Jones for the links)

3 comments:

Jim said...

I've been thinking of the M'Cheyne plan - I like it's "twice through the N.T. while once through the O.T. in a year" approach. It also has a nice mix per day. For example, today's readings are from Genesis, Matthew, Ezra and Acts. But will all the MSR courses I am going to be taking this year (or trying, at least), I don't know if I am going to be able to cram in that much reading on top of it. We'll see.

dan horwedel said...

Jim,
That's how I have usually read through the Bible - one of those books that gives you some OT, some NT, Psalms, and Proverbs. I actually had one that took 2 years to get through the Bible - instead of 1 year - that I liked too. It didn't require as much reading. It was from Tyndale, in the NLT.

Jim said...

Dan, if you're interested, the M'Cheyne plan is available in the excellent NET Bible online resources - http://net.bible.org/. Click on Daily and then in the dropdown above the calendar choose M'Cheyne (if you set up an account you can set it as your default daily reading plan, I think).

More on M'Cheyne here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%27Cheyne