Bible Reading Plan

Being connected to God is important. Diving into the Word daily is a great way to ensure that you are continually developing a relationship with your creator. Join us as we read through the Bible.

This is a Two-Year Bible Reading Plan.  We are currently in Year 1 of the Study.  
 
A prayer for when you read the Scriptures:
 

“Take away, O Lord, the veil of my heart while I read the Scriptures.  Blessed art thou, O Lord:  O teach me thy statutes!  Give me a word, O Word of the Father: touch my heart:  enlighten the understandings of my heart:  open my lips and fill them with thy praise.”

-Lancelot Andrewes (1755-1626), quoted in the Oxford Book of Prayer, 285

April
1 Ex. 28; Mark 1:14 – 28
 
2 Ex. 29:1 – 37; Mark 1:29 – 39
 
3 Ex. 29:38 – 30:21; Mark 1:40 – 45
 
4 Ex. 30:22 – 31:18; Mark 2:1 – 12
 
5 Ex. 32; Mark 2:13 – 22
 
6 Ex. 33 – 34:9; Mark 2:23 – 3:6
 
7 Ex. 34:10 – 35; Mark 3:7 – 19
 
8 Ex. 35; Mark 3:20 – 35
 
9 Ex. 36; Mark 4:1 – 9
 
10 Ex. 37; Mark 4:10 – 20
 
11 Ex. 38; Mark 4:21 – 34
 
12 Ex. 39; Mark 4:35 – 41
 
13 Ex. 40; Mark 5:1 – 20
 
14 Lev. 1, 2; Mark 5:21 – 43
 
15 Lev. 3 – 4:12; Mark 6:1 – 13

16 Lev. 4:13 – 35; Mark 6:14 – 29

17 Lev. 5 – 6:7; Mark 6:30 – 44

18 Lev. 6:8 – 7:10; Mark 6:45 – 56

19 Lev. 7:11 – 38; Mark 7:1 – 13

20 Lev. 8; Mark 7:14 – 23

21 Lev. 9; Mark 7:24 – 37

22 Lev. 10; Mark 8:1 – 13

23 Lev. 11; Mark 8:14 – 21

24 Lev. 12; Mark 8:22 – 30

25 Lev. 13:1 – 46; Mark 8:31 – 38

26 Lev. 13:47 – 59; Mark 9:1 – 13

27 Lev. 14:1 – 32; Mark 9:14 – 29

28 Lev. 14:33 – 57; Mark 9:30 – 37

29 Lev. 15; Mark 9:38 – 50

30 Lev. 16; Mark 10:1 – 16