Bible Reading Plan for 2013 (Please join me!)

~February~
February 1: Leviticus 14-16
February 2: Leviticus 17-18
February 3: Leviticus 19-21
February 4: Leviticus 22-23
February 5: Leviticus 24-25
February 6: Leviticus 26-27
February 7: Numbers 1-2
February 8: Numbers 3-4
February 9: Numbers 5-6
February 10: Numbers 7
February 11: Numbers 8-10
February 12: Numbers 11-13
February 13: Numbers 14-15
February 14: Numbers 16-18
February 15: Numbers 19-21
Febraury 16: Numbers 22-24
February 17: Numbers 25-26
February 18: Numbers 27-29
February 19: Numbers 30-32
February 20: Numbers 33-36
February 21: Deuteronomy 1-2
February 22: Deuteronomy 3-4
February 23: Deuteronomy 5-8
February 24: Deuteronomy 8-11
February 25: Deuteronomy 12-15
February 26: Deuteronomy 16-19
February 27: Deuteronomy 20-23
February 28: Detueronomy 24-27

~January~
January 1: Genesis 1-4
January 2: Genesis 5-8
January 3: Genesis 9-12
January 4: Genesis 13-17
January 5: Genesis 18-20
January 6: Genesis 21-23
January 7: Genesis 24-25
January 8: Genesis 26-28
January 9: Genesis 29-31
January 10: Genesis 32-35
January 11: Genesis 36-38
January 12: Genesis 39-41
January 13: Genesis 42-43
January 14: Genesis 44-46
January 15: Genesis 47-50
January 16: Exodus 1-4
January 17: Exodus 5-7
January 18: Exodus 8-10
January 19: Exodus 11-13
January 20: Exodus 14-16
January 21: Exodus 17-20
January 22: Exodus 21-23
January 23: Exodus 24-27
January 24: Exodus 28-30
January 25: Exodus 31-34
January 26: Exodus 35-37
January 27: Exodus 38-40
January 28: Leviticus 1-4
January 29: Leviticus 5-7
January 30: Leviticus 8-10
January 31: Leviticus 11-13

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10 thoughts on “Bible Reading Plan for 2013 (Please join me!)

  1. ugh….my year did not start out the way I expected (does it ever?). with our power out for a week, leaving to help a friend with her daughter's wedding and then my son in the hospital…I am ridiculously behind. I AM going to try and catch up though!!!

  2. I am reading (a diff plan) and now almost through with Nehemiah. I am learning so much! I must say that after getting through all the numbers/tabernacle details in later books, I am looking forward to going back to Genesis to re-read that. If I manage to keep up with my current plan (180 Days) I will finish in May. A huge accomplishment for me! =)
    The trick is to NOT skip a day! (*& I totally recommend using a Study Bible)!
    Good luck to everyone who joins your reading plan!

  3. I started Bible study classes at my church almost three years ago. I learned that the Bible is NOT meant to be read in order, from cover to cover. That is why most people never finish. They give up once they get to Leviticus or the Book of Numbers. Very dry, boring stuff. Certain books have to be read in light of other books and then taken together as a whole. We are doing the Jeff Cavins Bible Timeline Series (we watch the video and then have discussion with our priest), and it is excellent! We started out the first year with the overview (which covered many books in the Bible!), then last year the Book of Matthew, now this year the Book of Acts. It is awesome and I cannot recomment it enough!

  4. I've read the Bible through many times, but I realize it would be easier (clearer?) to do so in a chronological format. The only part I like about the books of the law are coming to the New Testament and seeing we are saved by grace, and no under any condemnation! Thanks for you comment and resource ideas.

  5. I think we need to be careful not to be concerned with quantity as much as quality. If only reading a few books of the Bible this year is wha5 one does, that is worthy of something.

  6. I know! Skipping a day can make the pages really accrue. I love my Scofield Study Bible (it's much lighter than my Life Application, but still full of meaningful footnotes), and now with my iPad I find all kinds of translations and helps available. Finishing in May would be awesome! Where did you find that plan?

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