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

November
 

1 2 Sam. 21; Acts 13:42 – 52

2 2 Sam. 22; Acts 14:1 – 7

3 2 Sam. 23; Acts 14:8 – 20

4 2 Sam. 24; Acts 14:21 – 28

5 Psalms 1 – 4; James 1:1 – 11

6 Psalms 5 – 7; James 1:12 – 27

7 Psalms 8 – 10; James 2:1 – 13

8 Psalms 11 – 14; James 2:14 – 26

9 Psalms 15 – 17; James 3:1 – 12

10 Psalm 18; James 3:13 – 18

11 Psalms 19 – 21; James 4:1 – 10

12 Psalms 22, 23; James 4:11 – 17

13 Psalms 24 – 26; James 5:1 – 12

14 Psalms 27 – 29; James 5:13 – 20

15 Psalms 30 – 32; Gal. 1:1 – 10

16 Psalms 33, 34; Gal. 1:11 – 24

17 Psalms 35, 36; Gal. 2:1 – 10

18 Psalm 37; Gal. 2: 11 – 21

19 Psalms 38, 39; Gal. 3:1 – 14

20 Psalms 40 – 42; Gal. 3:15 – 20

21 Psalms 43 – 45; Gal. 3:21 – 29

22 Psalms 46 – 48; Gal. 4:1 – 7

23 Psalms 49, 50; Gal. 4:8 – 20

24 Psalms 51 – 54; Gal. 4:21 – 31

25 Psalms 55, 56; Gal. 5:1 – 12

26 Psalms 57 – 59; Gal. 5:13 – 26

27 Psalms 60 – 62; Gal. 6:1 – 10

28 Psalms 63 – 65; Gal. 6:11 – 18

29 Psalms 66, 67; Acts 15:1 – 11

30 Psalm 68; Acts 15:12 – 21