Bible Reading Guides
    Chronological
  • Read the events of the Bible as they occurred chronologically. For example, the Book of Job is integrated with Genesis because Job lived before Abraham.   Read here...
    Historically
  • Read the books of the Bible as they occurred in the order in which they were written. For example, the Old Testament books in the Hebrew Bible do not occur in the same order as they do in our English Bible. The New Testament books are arranged according to their date of writing as well.   Read here...
    Old and New Testaments Together
  • Read the Old Testament and New Testament together. Your knowledge of the Old Testament will be enhanced by what you read simultaneously in the New Testament.  Read here...
    Straight Through
  • With this guide there are no surprises. You simply read through the Bible from start to finish, from Genesis to Revelation.   Read here...
    Blended Readings
  • If you prefer not to read straight through the Bible but want to add variety to your Scripture reading. For example, while you are reading the Old Testament book of Isaiah, you are also reading the New Testament book of Mark to heighten the variety of your Bible reading.   Read here...
    Daily Plan
  • This is a daily plan of reading where you will read through an Old Testament Book, then a New Testament book.  It will take about 3 years to read through the Bible with this plan.  Read here...
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