How To Actually Read The Bible In A Year

I haven’t actually finished the Bible completely.  I’ve read the NT and a good amount of the OT, but I don’t know exactly how much, so I’,

Here’s something new: how to actually get the Bible done in the year.

For context, and for an overall plan, read this.

Now, here’s how to get it done in a year, even if you forget some days.

There are 1189 chapters in the Bible.  Divide that by 365 to get about 3.25 chapters a day.  Since it’s kind of hard to measure a 1/4 of a chapter, round it up to 4 chapters a day.  If you do this, you’ll have read the Bible in under a year.

If you don’t know the general story of the Bible, maybe this is a bad plan since everything is out of order.  All that matters is reading about 4 chapters a day.

So here’s my plan: every day, I will write a post on what to read that day, and if you do that, you will have read God’s whole word in a year.

Obviously, this isn’t a race.  It’s about getting into Scripture.  So if you’re interested, check out the next post, which is 10/21’s Bible Readings,

 

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