It’s a New Year, and another chance to read the Bible all the way through. Yes, you don’t have to wait for a new year and you could start at any time, but the New Year can help act as a prompt to get going so why not take advantage of that. The only problem is which plan should you choose?
There are so many different ones with advantages and disadvantages.
- The whole Bible in a year vs part of the Bible;
- One long reading a day vs readings from different sections of the Bible;
- Reading the Bible in the order it appears vs chronologically reading the Bible;
- A Psalm every day vs only reading the Psalms once;
- Seven days a week vs a plan with catch up days.
Sometimes you can find a plan which has a few of these characteristics but not all. Well, John Dyer created a tool to help you make the Bible reading plan you want.
John Dyer’s Bible Reading Plan Generator
John made a Bible Reading Plan Generator that’s online and you can use to make the plan that’s right for you.
For example, I made a plan:
- Which starts on Jan 1, 2019;
- Has the whole Bible in a year;
- Is chronological;
- Has days off on Saturday and Sunday;
- Has check boxes;
- Has color-coded sections.
But you can choose a different version for you. You can even download your Bible plan as a calendar once you’ve finished.
What if I want a different plan?
If you are looking for a ready-made bible reading plan and app then I suggest you check out Blessing’s review of Mobile Bible Readings Apps. He has some great suggestions for applications that can guide your Bible reading this year,
Are you following a Bible reading plan this year?
Leave a comment with what your Bible reading plan is this year!