Here's How it Works
- 1. Register or Login, so we can show you a customized Bible reading progress tracking
- 2. Choose a reading plan. Currently, we offer the following Bible reading plans:
- 71 Days in Isaiah - Carefully work your way through Isaiah in 71 days to experience the full impact of the prophet's words.
- Book Order - Read from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22 in the order in which the books of the Bible are arranged.
- Chronological - Read the Bible in the order that the events happened.
- Chronological New Testament - In only 3 months you can read the New Testament in the order that the events happened.
- Classic - Read 3 passages each day, starting with Genesis, Psalms, and Luke. From the original Bible Study Tools reading plan.
- Daily Gospel - This plan focuses on the record of the life of Christ. You'll read through all four gospels in 45 days.
- Daily Psalm - Read one Psalm per day for a spiritual boost
- Daily Wisdom - Find wisdom each day as you read straight through the Psalms, Proverbs, and Song of Solomon in 60 days.
- New Testament - Read straight through the New Testament in 90 days.
- Ninety-Day Challenge - Read the Bible all the way through in only 90 days. It's a challenge well worth taking.
- Old Testament and New Testament - Read one passage from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament each day.
- One-Year Immersion Plan - With this immersive plan, you'll read the Old Testament once and the New Testament three times each year.
- Prof. Horner's Reading System - A unique and challenging system where you read 10 chapters a day.
- Stay-on-Track Plan - If you have trouble staying on track, this one-year plan will help. There are readings only on the weekdays, with weekends free to catch up or get ahead.
- The Busy-Life Plan - If your life is busy, this plan will help you get through the Bible at a pace that works for you. You’ll read a short selection each day and complete the Bible in two years.
- The Christmas Bible Reading Plan - Designed for personal or family reading times, these 25 New Testament readings highlight the birth of Jesus and the purpose for His coming. Related Old Testament passages are also featured daily.
- Thematic - This Bible reading schedule is thematic or connective in nature. The goal is to make as many associations as possible between the different parts of Scripture while still reading individual books of the Bible from start to finish.
- 3. Choose your Bible reading plan start date and preferred Bible translation.
- 4. Start your daily Bible reading plan!
- 5. Record your Bible reading progress. Complete your assigned Bible reading each
day. Then click the "Finished Reading" button at the top or bottom of the Bible in
a Year reading page to record your completion.
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About the Bible Study Tools Reading Plan
Statistics show that most people professing faith in Jesus have never completely read their Bible. Many people start reading the Bible but then become overwhelmed by the number of chapters (1,189) and verses (31,102) there are. What we don't realize is that we can read the Bible in a year by reading fewer than four chapters a day.
By dividing the Bible into 365 daily readings, your goal of reading the Bible in a year can easily be accomplished. Here at Bible Study Tools, not only can you come and read the Bible on a daily basis, but we can help you chart your reading progress online during the year. That means you don't have to wait until the New Year -- you can start reading the Bible today.
The Bible in a Year reading plan contains 365 daily readings designed to help you easily read the entire Bible in just one year. Simply select your preferred reading plan, the date you wish to begin, your preferred translation, and then click the button. We will create your customized progress chart, and you'll be on your way!
Tips on Reading the Bible Daily
1. Start reading the Bible today -- there is no better time, and there's no reason to wait.
2. Set aside a specific time each day. Set your schedule and then stick to it. Mornings are great, but feel free to use any time that works consistently for you.
3. Read the Bible for the sake of learning, not simply to accomplish your next reading. Say a short prayer to God before you begin, asking the Holy Spirit to give you wisdom and understanding, then be refreshed by the words you read!