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Bible Reading Plans for a New Year
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Have you ever read the Bible all the way through? Many of us start out with good intentions, but later become overwhelmed by the number of chapters (1,189) and verses (31,102) in the Word.

However, according to Biblestudytools.com, we can read through the entire Bible in one year by reading fewer than four chapters a day. And they offer a large number of different reading plans—some for reading through the Bible in a year, and others for studying one specific part or theme within the Bible. Here are a few examples of the free plans offered:

Chronological - Read the Bible in the order the events happened.

Classic - Read from three sections of the Bible each day, beginning in Genesis, Psalms and Luke.

Stay-on-Track - Readings only on the weekdays, with weekends free to catch up or get ahead.

Busy Life Plan - If you have very little time, this plan offers a short selection each day, taking you through the entire Bible in two years.

The site offers many other plans, and they will even create a customized chart to help you track your progress. Click here to learn about all the plans and find the perfect one for you!