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One Year Bible Reading Plan - Weekly

How to use this reading plan:

  1. Explain This Bible Reading Plan: With this plan you will read the entire Bible in one year! Each day you will be reading a portion of the Bible beginning with Genesis and ending with Revelation, just as you would read most any other book.
  2. What Translation should I use? We recommend reading the New King James Version. You can find it online in our Bible Study Helps section.

  3. Does the Translation really matter? We believe you can learn the truth of God's word from any legitimate translation to read the Bible, but beware that some "translations" are not really translations at all, but are rather Paraphrased. That means someone read the Bible and wrote it in their own words. Now, at times that may be helpful, but anywhere the author was mistaken about a passage, you will be reading the authors opinion, not what the Bible actually says. These types of "translations" often present themselves as "thought for thought" translations instead of "word for word", and truly they belong in the commentary section of your library instead of the translation section. Some examples of these would be "The Living Bible", "The Book", "The New World Translation", etc.

  4. Can I print this study plan? Yes! At the bottom of this page are links to printable MS Word and pdf document files which allow you to keep track of when you read each portion.

    Do I need to start January 1st? No, you need to start today. If you begin with week 1 today, you will finish at this time next year.

  5. What if I fall behind? If you fall behind, don't worry -- just pick it back up right away so as not to fall further behind. Most weeks the reading schedule is not so rigorous that you couldn't catch up with a little extra reading.

  6. Should I do this alone or with someone? Many people find it helpful to choose a partner to help hold them accountable and encourage them in their spiritual life. It often helps for someone else to know what you are trying to do and ask you about your progress.

  7. When should I read? We have found it helpful to read the Bible as early in the day as possible. This will give you the entire day to reflect on what you have read, it also indicates its importance as we normally do our most important tasks first. As one Evangelist commonly says, “No Bible, No Breakfast. No Read, No Feed.”

  8. How is this reading plan organized? This plan is designed to begin in Genesis 1 and End in Revelation 22, much as you would read any other book.

  9. Are there other Bible reading plans? Yes, there are many Bible reading plans available (see other plans in our Bible Study Helps Section), or you can design your own. There are 1189 chapters in the Bible, so any plan that has you reading just over 3.25 chapters per day will get you through the Bible in a year.

    Week

    Sunday

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Saturday

    1

    Genesis
    1-3
    Genesis
    4-7
    Genesis
    8-11
    Genesis
    12-16
    Genesis
    17-19
    Genesis
    20-23

    Genesis
    24-25

    2

    Genesis
    26-28
    Genesis
    29-30
    Genesis
    31-33
    Genesis
    34-36
    Genesis
    37-39
    Genesis
    40-42
    Genesis
    43-45

    3

    Genesis
    46-47
    Genesis
    48-50
    Exodus
    1-4
    Exodus
    5-7
    Exodus
    8-10
    Exodus
    11-13
    Exodus
    14-16

    4

    Exodus
    17-20
    Exodus
    21-23
    Exodus
    24-27
    Exodus
    28-30
    Exodus
    31-34
    Exodus
    35-37
    Exodus
    38-40

    5

    Leviticus
    1-4
    Leviticus
    5-7
    Leviticus
    8-11
    Leviticus
    12-14
    Leviticus
    15-17
    Leviticus
    18-20
    Leviticus
    21-23

    6

    Leviticus
    24-25
    Leviticus
    26-27
    Numbers
    1-2
    Numbers
    3-4
    Numbers
    5-6
    Numbers
    7-8
    Numbers
    9-11

    7

    Numbers
    12-14
    Numbers
    15-17
    Numbers
    18-20
    Numbers
    21-23
    Numbers
    24-26
    Numbers
    27-30
    Numbers
    31-33

    8

    Numbers
    34-36
    Deuteronomy
    1-2
    Deuteronomy
    3-4
    Deuteronomy
    5-7
    Deuteronomy
    8-11
    Deuteronomy
    12-15
    Deuteronomy
    16-19

    9

    Deuteronomy
    20-23
    Deuteronomy
    24-27
    Deuteronomy
    28-29
    Deuteronomy
    30-31
    Deuteronomy
    32-34
    Joshua
    1-4
    Joshua
    5-7

    10

    Joshua
    8-10
    Joshua
    11-14
    Joshua
    15-18
    Joshua
    19-21
    Joshua
    22-24
    Judges
    1-3
    Judges
    4-5

    11

    Judges
    6-8
    Judges
    9-11
    Judges
    12-15
    Judges
    16-18
    Judges
    19-21
    Ruth
    1-4
    1 Samuel
    1-3

    12

    1 Samuel
    4-7
    1 Samuel
    8-10
    1 Samuel
    11-13
    1 Samuel
    14-15
    1 Samuel
    16-17
    1 Samuel
    18-20
    1 Samuel
    21-24

    13

    1 Samuel
    25-27
    1 Samuel
    28-31
    2 Samuel
    1-3
    2 Samuel
    4-7
    2 Samuel
    8-11
    2 Samuel
    12-13
    2 Samuel
    14-15

    14

    2 Samuel
    16-18
    2 Samuel
    19-20
    2 Samuel
    21-22
    2 Samuel
    23-24
    1 Kings
    1-2
    1 Kings
    3-5
    1 Kings
    6-7

    15

    1 Kings
    8-9
    1 Kings
    10-12
    1 Kings
    13-15
    1 Kings
    16-18
    1 Kings
    19-20
    1 Kings
    21-22
    2 King
    1-3

    16

    2 Kings
    4-5
    2 Kings
    6-8
    2 Kings
    9-11
    2 Kings
    12-14
    2 Kings
    15-17
    2 Kings
    18-20
    2 Kings
    21-23

    17

    2 Kings
    24-25
    1 Chronicles
    1-2
    1 Chronicles
    3-5
    1 Chronicles
    6-7
    1 Chronicles
    8-10
    1 Chronicles
    11-13
    1 Chronicles
    14-16

    18

    1 Chronicles
    17-20
    1 Chronicles
    21-23
    1 Chronicles
    24-26
    1 Chronicles
    27-29
    2 Chronicles
    1-4
    2 Chronicles
    5-7
    2 Chronicles
    8-11

    19

    2 Chronicles
    12-16
    2 Chronicles
    17-19
    2 Chronicles
    20-22
    2 Chronicles
    23-25
    2 Chronicles
    26-29
    2 Chronicles
    30-32
    2 Chronicles
    33-34

    20

    2 Chronicles
    35-36
    Ezra
    1-4
    Ezra
    5-7
    Ezra
    8-10
    Nehemiah
    1-4
    Nehemiah
    5-7
    Nehemiah
    8-10

    21

    Nehemiah
    11-13
    Esther
    1-4
    Esther
    5-10
    Job
    1-4
    Job
    5-8
    Job
    9-12
    Job
    13-17

    22

    Job
    18-21
    Job
    22-26
    Job
    27-30
    Job
    31-34
    Job
    35-38
    Job
    39-42
    Psalms
    1-7

    23

    Psalms
    8-14
    Psalms
    15-18
    Psalms
    19-24
    Psalms
    25-30
    Psalms
    31-34
    Psalms
    35-37
    Psalms
    38-42

    24

    Psalms
    43-48
    Psalms
    49-54
    Psalms
    55-60
    Psalms
    61-67
    Psalms
    68-71
    Psalms
    72-75
    Psalms
    76-78
    25 Psalms
    79-84
    Psalms
    85-89
    Psalms
    90-95
    Psalms
    96-102
    Psalms
    103-105
    Psalms
    106-108
    Psalms
    109-115
    26 Psalms
    116-118
    Psalms
    119
    Psalms
    120-131
    Psalms
    132-138
    Psalms
    139-144
    Psalms
    145-150
    Proverbs
    1-3
    27 Proverbs
    4-7
    Proverbs
    8-10
    Proverbs
    11-13
    Proverbs
    14-16
    Proverbs
    17-19
    Proverbs
    20-22
    Proverbs
    23-25
    28 Proverbs
    26-28
    Proverbs
    29-31
    Ecclesiastes
    1-4
    Ecclesiastes
    5-8
    Ecclesiastes
    9-12
    Song of
    Solomon 1-4
    Song of
    Solomon 5-8
    29 Isaiah
    1-3
    Isaiah
    4-6
    Isaiah
    7-9
    Isaiah
    10-13
    Isaiah
    14-16
    Isaiah
    17-21
    Isaiah
    22-25
    30 Isaiah
    26-28
    Isaiah
    29-31
    Isaiah
    32-34
    Isaiah
    35-37
    Isaiah
    38-40
    Isaiah
    41-42
    Isaiah
    43-44
    31 Isaiah
    45-47
    Isaiah
    48-50
    Isaiah
    51-53
    Isaiah
    54-57
    Isaiah
    58-60
    Isaiah
    61-64
    Isaiah
    65-66
    32 Jeremiah
    1-3
    Jeremiah
    4-5
    Jeremiah
    6-8
    Jeremiah
    9-11
    Jeremiah
    12-14
    Jeremiah
    15-17
    Jeremiah
    18-21
    33 Jeremiah
    22-23
    Jeremiah
    24-26
    Jeremiah
    27-29
    Jeremiah
    30-31
    Jeremiah
    32-34
    Jeremiah
    35-37
    Jeremiah
    38-41
    34 Jeremiah
    42-45
    Jeremiah
    46-48
    Jeremiah
    49
    Jeremiah
    50
    Jeremiah
    51-52
    Lamentations
    1-2
    Lamentations
    3-5
    35 Ezekiel
    1-4
    Ezekiel
    5-9
    Ezekiel
    10-13
    Ezekiel
    14-16
    Ezekiel
    17-19
    Ezekiel
    20-21
    Ezekiel
    22-23
    36 Ezekiel
    24-26
    Ezekiel
    27-28
    Ezekiel
    29-31
    Ezekiel
    32-33
    Ezekiel
    34-36
    Ezekiel
    37-39
    Ezekiel
    40-42
    37 Ezekiel
    43-45
    Ezekiel
    46-48
    Daniel
    1-2
    Daniel
    3-4
    Daniel
    5-6
    Daniel
    7-9
    Daniel
    10-12
    38 Hosea
    1-4
    Hosea
    5-9
    Hosea
    10-14
    Joel
    1-3
    Amos
    1-3
    Amos
    4-6
    Amos
    7-9
    39 Obadiah & Jonah Micah
    1-4
    Micah
    5-7
    Nahum
    1-3
    Habakkuk
    1-3
    Zephaniah
    1-3
    Haggai
    1-2
    40 Zechariah
    1-6
    Zechariah
    7-10
    Zechariah
    11-14
    Malachi
    1-4
    Matthew
    1-4
    Matthew
    5-7
    Matthew
    8-9
    41 Matthew
    10-12
    Matthew
    13-14
    Matthew
    15-17
    Matthew
    18-20
    Matthew
    21-22
    Matthew
    23-24
    Matthew
    25-26
    42 Matthew
    27-28
    Mark
    1-3
    Mark
    4-6
    Mark
    7-9
    Mark
    10-13
    Mark
    14-16
    Luke
    1
    43 Luke
    2-3
    Luke
    4-5
    Luke
    6-7
    Luke
    8-9
    Luke
    10-11
    Luke
    12-13
    Luke
    14-16
    44 Luke
    17-18
    Luke
    19-20
    Luke
    21-22
    Luke
    23-24
    John
    1-3
    John
    4-5
    John
    6-7
    45 John
    8-9
    John
    10-11
    John
    12-13
    John
    14-15
    John
    16-17
    John
    18-19
    John
    20-21
    46 Acts
    1-2
    Acts
    3-4
    Acts
    5-6
    Acts
    7-8
    Acts
    9-12
    Acts
    13-16
    Acts
    17-19
    47 Acts
    20-23
    Acts
    24-28
    Romans
    1-3
    Romans
    4-7
    Romans
    8-10
    Romans
    11-13
    Romans
    14-16
    48 1 Corinthians
    1-4
    1 Corinthians
    5-9
    1 Corinthians
    10-13
    1 Corinthians
    14-16
    2 Corinthians
    1-4
    2 Corinthians
    5-7
    2 Corinthians
    8-10
    49 2 Corinthians
    11-13
    Galatians
    1-3
    Galatians
    4-6
    Ephesians
    1-3
    Ephesians
    4-6

    Philippians
    1-4

    Colossians
    1-4

    50 1
    Thessalonians
    1-3
    1
    Thessalonians
    4-5
    2
    Thessalonians
    1-3
    1 Timothy
    1-6
    2 Timothy
    1-4
    Titus &
    Philemon
    Hebrews
    1-4
    51 Hebrews
    5-7
    Hebrews
    8-10
    Hebrews
    11-13
    James
    1-5
    1 Peter
    1-5
    2 Peter
    1-3
    1 John
    1-5
    52 2 John,
    3 John & Jude
    Revelation
    1-3
    Revelation
    4-7
    Revelation
    8-12
    Revelation
    13-16
    Revelation
    17-19
    Revelation
    20-22

One Year Bible Reading Plan - Monthly

How to use this reading plan:

  1. Explain This Bible Reading Plan:With this plan you will read the entire Bible in one year! With this plan each day you will be reading a portion of the Old Testament and a portion of the New Testament.
  2. What Translation should I use? We recommend reading the New King James Version. You can find it online in our Bible Study Helps section.

  3. Does the Translation really matter? We believe you can learn the truth of God's word from any legitimate translation to read the Bible, but beware that some "translations" are not really translations at all, but are rather Paraphrased. That means someone read the Bible and wrote it in their own words. Now, at times that may be helpful, but anywhere the author was mistaken about a passage, you will be reading the authors opinion, not what the Bible actually says. These types of "translations" often present themselves as "thought for thought" translations instead of "word for word", and truly they belong in the commentary section of your library instead of the translation section. Some examples of these would be "The Living Bible", "The Book", "The New World Translation", etc.

  4. Can I print this study plan? Yes! At the bottom of this page are links to printable MS Word and pdf document files which allow you to keep track of when you read each portion.

    Do I need to start January 1st? No, you need to start today. If you begin with week 1 today, you will finish at this time next year.

  5. What if I fall behind? If you fall behind, don't worry -- just pick it back up right away so as not to fall further behind. Most weeks the reading schedule is not so rigorous that you couldn't catch up with a little extra reading.

  6. Should I do this alone or with someone? Many people find it helpful to choose a partner to help hold them accountable and encourage them in their spiritual life. It often helps for someone else to know what you are trying to do and ask you about your progress.

  7. When should I read? We have found it helpful to read the Bible as early in the day as possible. This will give you the entire day to reflect on what you have read, it also indicates its importance as we normally do our most important tasks first. As one Evangelist commonly says, “No Bible, No Breakfast. No Read, No Feed.”

  8. How is this reading plan organized? This plan is designed to have you reading some of both the Old and New Testaments each day.

  9. Are there other Bible reading plans? Yes, there are many Bible reading plans available (see other plans in our Bible Study Helps Section), or you can design your own. There are 1189 chapters in the Bible, so any plan that has you reading just over 3.25 chapters per day will get you through the Bible in a year.

  JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
1 Gen. 1, 2; Matt. 1 Ex. 27,28; Matt. 21:23-46 Num. 26,27; Mark 8:22-38 Judg. 6,7; Luke 8:1-21 1 Kings 1,2; Luke 22:54-71 2 Chron. 4,5,6; John 12:20-50 Job 21,22; Acts 10:1-23 Psalms 65,66,67; Rom. 2 Psalms 148,149,150; 1 Cor. 11:16-34 Isa. 22,23; Eph. 3 Jer. 31,32: Titus 2 Ezek. 45,46; 2 Pet. 3
2 Gen. 3,4,5; Matt. 2 Ex. 29,30; Matt. 22:1-22 Num. 28,29; Mark 9:1-29 Judg. 8,9; Luke 8:22-56 1 Kings 3,4,5; Luke 23:1-26 2 Chron. 7,8,9; John 13:1-17 Job 23,24,25; Acts 10:24-48 Psalms 68,69; Rom. 3 Prov. 1,2; 1 Cor. 12 Isa. 24,25,26; Eph. 4 Jer. 33,34,35; Titus 3 Ezek. 47,48; 1 John 1
3 Gen. 6,7,8; Matt. 3 Ex. 31,32,33; Matt. 22:23-46 Num. 30,31; Mark 9:30-50 Judg. 10,11; Luke 9:1-36 1 Kings 6,7; Luke 23:27-38 2 Chron. 10,11,12; John 13:18-38 Job 26,27,28; Acts 11 Psalms 70,71,72; Rom. 4 Prov. 3,4; 1 Cor. 13 Isa. 27,28; Eph. 5 Jer. 36,37; Philemon Dan. 1,2; 1 John 2
4 Gen. 9,10,11; Matt. 4 Ex. 34,35,36; Matt. 23:1-22 Num. 32,33; Mark 10:1-31 Judg. 12,13,14; Luke 9:37-62 1 Kings 8,9; Luke 23:39-56 2 Chron. 13-16; John 14 Job 29,30; Acts 12 Psalms 73,74; Rom. 5 Prov. 5,6; 1 Cor. 14:1-20 Isa. 29,30; Eph. 6 Jer. 38,39; Heb. 1 Dan. 3,4; 1 John 3
5 Gen. 12,13,14; Matt. 5:1-26 Ex. 37,38; Matt. 23:23-39 Num. 34,35,36; Mark 10:32-52 Judg. 15,16,17; Luke 10:1-24 1 Kings 10,11; Luke 24:1-35 2 Chron. 17,18,19; John 15 Job 31,32; Acts 13:1-23 Psalms 75,76,77; Rom. 6 Prov. 7,8; 1 Cor. 14:21-40 Isa. 31,32,33; Phil. 1 Jer. 40,41,42; Heb. 2 Dan. 5,6; 1 John 4
6 Gen. 15,16,17; Matt. 5:27-48 Ex. 39,40; Matt. 24:1-22 Deut. 1,2; Mark 11:1-19 Judg. 18,19; Luke 10:25-42 1 Kings 12,13; Luke 24:36-53 2 Chron. 20,21,22; John 16:1-15 Job 33,34; Acts 13:24-52 Psalm 78; Rom. 7 Prov. 9,10; 1Cor. 15:1-32 Isa. 34,35,36; Phil. 2 Jer. 43,44,45; Heb. 3 Dan. 7,8; 1 John 5
7 Gen. 18,19; Matt. 6 Lev. 1,2,3; Matt. 24:23-51 Deut. 3,4: Mark 11:20-33 Judg. 20,21; Luke 11:1-28 1 Kings 14,15; John 1:1-28 2 Chron. 23,24,25; John 16:16-33 Job 35,36,37; Acts 14 Psalms 79,80,81; Rom. 8:1-18 Prov. 11,12; 1 Cor. 15:33-58 Isa. 37,38; Phil. 3 Jer. 46,47,48; Heb. 4 Dan. 9,10; 2 John
8 Gen. 20,21,22; Matt. 7 Lev.4,5,6; Matt. 25:1-30 Deut. 5,6,7; Mark 12:1-27 Ruth 1,2,3,4; Luke 11:29-54 1 Kings 16,17,18; John 1:29-51 2 Chron. 26,27,28; John 17 Job 38,39; Acts 15:1-21 Psalms 82,83,84; Rom. 8:19-39 Prov. 13,14; 1 Cor. 16 Isa. 39, 40; Phil. 4 Jer. 49,50; Heb. 5 Dan. 11,12; 3 John
9 Gen. 23,24; Matt. 8 Lev. 7,8,9; Matt. 25:31-46 Deut. 8,9,10; Mark 12:28-44 1 Sam. 1,2,3; Luke 12:1-34 1 Kings 19,20; John 2 2 Chron. 29,30,31; John 18:1-23 Job 40,41,42; Acts 15:22-41 Psalms 85,86,87; Rom. 9 Prov. 15,16, 2 Cor. 1 Isa. 41,42; Col. 1 Jer. 51,52; Heb. 6 Hos. 1,2,3,4; Jude
10 Gen. 25,26; Matt. 9:1-17 Lev. 10,11,12: Matt. 26:1-19 Deut. 11,12,13; Mark 13:1-13 1 Sam. 4,5,6; Luke 12:35-59 1 Kings 21,22; John 3:1-21 2 Chron 32,33; John 18:24-40 Psalms 1,2,3; Acts 16:1-15 Psalms 88,89; Rom. 10 Prov. 17,18; 2 Cor. 2 Isa. 43,44; Col. 2 Lam. 1,2; Heb. 7 Hos. 5,6,7,8; Rev. 1
11 Gen. 27,28; Matt. 9:18-38 Lev. 13; Matt. 26:20-54 Deut. 14,15,16; Mark 13:14-37 1 Sam. 7,8,9; Luke 13:1-21 2 Kings 1,2,3; John 3:22-36 2 Chron. 34,35,36; John 19:1-22 Psalms 4,5,6; Acts 16:16-40 Psalms 90,91,92; Rom 11:1-21 Prov. 19,20; 2 Cor. 3 Isa. 45,46,47; Col. 3 Lam. 3,4,5; Heb. 8 Hos. 9,10,11; Rev. 2
12 Gen. 29,30; Matt. 10:1-23 Lev. 14; Matt. 26:55-75 Deut. 17,18,19; Mark 14:1-25 1 Sam. 10,11,12; Luke 13:22-35 2 Kings 4,5; John 4:1-30 Ezra 1,2; John 19:23-42 Psalms 7,8,9; Acts 17:1-15 Psalms 93,94,95; Rom. 11:22-36 Prov. 21,22; 2 Cor. 4 Isa. 48,49; Col. 4 Ezek. 1,2,3; Heb. 9 Hos. 12,13,14; Rev. 3
13 Gen. 31,32; Matt. 10:24-42 Lev. 15,16,17; Matt. 27:1-31 Deut. 20,21,22; Mark 14:26-50 1 Sam. 13,14; Luke 14:1-24 2 Kings 6,7,8; John 4:31-54 Ezra 3,4,5; John 20 Psalms 10,11,12; Acts 17:16-34 Psalms 96,97,98; Rom. 12 Prov. 23,24; 2 Cor. 5 Isa. 50, 51,52; 1 Thess. 1 Ezek. 4,5,6; Heb. 10:1-23 Joel 1,2,3; Rev. 4
14 Gen. 33,34,35; Matt. 11 Lev. 18,19; Matt. 27:32-66 Deut. 23,24,25; Mark 14:51-72 1 Sam. 15,16; Luke 14:25-35 2 Kings 9,10,11; John 5:1-24 Ezra 6,7,8; John 21 Psalms 13,14,15,16; Acts 18 Psalms 99,100,101, 102; Rom. 13 Prov. 25,26,27; 2 Cor. 6 Isa. 53,54,55; 1 Thess. 2 Ezek. 7,8,9; Heb. 10:24-39 Amos 1,2,3; Rev. 5
15 Gen. 36,37; Matt. 12:1-21 Lev. 20,21; Matt. 28:1-20 Deut. 26,27; Mark 15:1-26 1 Sam. 17,18; Luke 15:1-10 2 Kings 12,13,14; John 5:25-47 Ezra 9,10; Acts 1 Psalms 17,18; Acts 19:1-20 Psalms 103,104; Rom. 14 Prov. 28,29; 2 Cor. 7 Isa. 56,57,58; 1 Thess. 3 Ezek. 10,11,12; Heb. 11:1-19 Amos 4,5,6; Rev. 6
16 Gen. 38,39,40; Matt. 12:22-50 Lev. 22,23; Mark 1:1-22 Deut. 28; Mark 15:27-47 1 Sam. 19,20,21; Luke 15:11-32 2 Kings 15,16,17; John 6:1-21 Neh. 1,2,3; Acts 2:1-13 Psalms 19,20,21; Acts 19:21-41 Psalms 105,106; Rom. 15:1-20 Prov. 30,31; 2 Cor. 8 Isa. 59,60,61; 1 Thess. 4 Ezek. 13,14,15; Heb. 11:20-40 Amos 7,8,9; Rev. 7
17 Gen. 41; Matt. 13:1-32 Lev. 24,25; Mark 1:23-45 Deut. 29,30; Mark 16 1 Sam. 22,23,24; Luke 16:1-18 2 Kings 18,19; John 6:22-44 Neh. 4,5,6; Acts 2:14-47 Psalms 22,23,24; Acts 20:1-16 Psalms 107,108; Rom. 15:21-33 Eccl. 1,2,3; 2 Cor. 9 Isa. 62,63,64; 1 Thess. 5 Ezek. 16; Heb. 12 Obadiah; Rev. 8
18 Gen. 42,43; Matt. 13:33-58 Lev. 26,27; Mark 2 Deut. 31,32; Luke 1:1-23 1 Sam. 25,26; Luke 16:19-31 2 Kings 20,21,22; John 6:45-71 Neh. 7,8; Acts 3 Psalms 25,26,27; Acts 20:17-38 Psalms 109,110,111; Rom. 16 Eccl. 4,5,6; 2 Cor. 10 Isa. 65,66; 2 Thess. 1 Ezek. 17,18,19; Heb. 13 Jonah; Rev. 9
19 Gen. 44,45; Matt. 14:1-21 Num. 1,2; Mark 3:1-21 Deut. 33,34; Luke 1-24-56 1 Sam. 27,28,29; Luke 17:1-19 2 Kings 23,24,25; John 7:1-31 Neh. 9,10,11; Acts 4:1-22 Psalms 28,29,30; Acts 21:1-14 Psalms 112,113,114, 115; 1 Cor. 1 Eccl. 7,8,9; 2 Cor. 11:1-15 Jer. 1,2; 2 Thess. 2 Ezek. 20,21; Jas. 1 Micah 1,2,3; Rev. 10
20 Gen. 46,47,48; Matt. 14:22-36 Num. 3,4; Mark 3:22-35 Josh. 1,2,3; Luke 1:57-80 1 Sam. 30,31; Luke 17:20-37 1 Chron. 1,2; John 7:32-53 Neh. 12,13; Acts 4:23-37 Psalms 31,32,33; Acts 21:15-40 Psalms 116,117,118; 1 Cor. 2 Eccl. 10,11,12; 2 Cor. 11:16-33 Jer. 3,4; 2 Thess. 3 Ezek. 22,23; Jas. 2 Micah 4,5; Rev. 11
21 Gen. 49, 50; Matt. 15:1-20 Num. 5,6; Mark 4:1-20 Josh. 4,5,6; Luke 2:1-24 2 Sam. 1,2,3; Luke 18:1-17 1 Chron. 3,4,5; John 8:1-20 Esther 1,2,3; Acts 5:1-16 Psalms 34,35; Acts 22 Psalm 119:1-48; 1 Cor. 3 Song of Sol. 1,2,3; 2 Cor. 12 Jer. 5,6; 1 Tim. 1 Ezek. 24,25,26; Jas. 3 Micah 6,7; Rev. 12
22 Ex. 1,2,3; Matt. 15:21-39 Num. 7; Mark 4:21-41 Josh. 7,8; Luke 2:25-52 2 Sam. 4,5,6; Luke 18:18-43 1 Chron. 6,7; John 8:21-36 Esther 4,5,6; Acts 5:17-42 Psalms 36,37; Acts 23:1-11 Psalm 119:49-104; 1 Cor. 4 Song of Sol. 4,5; 2 Cor. 13 Jer. 7,8; 1 Tim. 2 Ezek. 27,28; Jas. 4 Nahum; Rev. 13
23 Ex. 4,5,6; Matt. 16 Num. 8,9,10; Mark 5:1-20 Josh. 9,10; Luke 3 2 Sam. 7,8,9: Luke 19:1-28 1 Chron. 8,9,10; John 8:37-59 Esther 7,8,9,10; Acts 6 Psalms 38,39,40; Acts 23:12-35 Psalm 119:105-176; 1 Cor. 5 Song of Sol. 6,7,8; Gal. 1 Jer. 9,10; 1 Tim. 3 Ezek. 29,30,31; Jas. 5 Habbakkuk; Rev. 14
24 Ex. 7,8; Matt. 17 Num. 11,12,13; Mark 5:21-43 Josh. 11,12,13; Luke 4:1-32 2 Sam. 10,11,12; Luke 19:29-48 1 Chron. 11,12,13; John 9:1-23 Job 1,2,3; Acts 7:1-19 Psalms 41,42,43; Acts 24 Psalms 120,121,122, 123; 1 Cor. 6 Isa. 1,2,3; Gal. 2 Jer. 11,12,13; 1 Tim. 4 Ezek. 32,33; 1 Pet. 1 Zephaniah; Rev. 15
25 Ex. 9,10; Matt. 18:1-20 Num. 14,15; Mark 6:1-32 Josh. 14,15; Luke 4:33-44 2 Sam. 13,14; Luke 20:1-26 1 Chron. 14,15,16; John 9:24-41 Job 4,5,6; Acts 7:20-43 Psalms 44,45,46; Acts 25 Psalms 124, 125,126, 127; 1 Cor. 7:1-24 Isa. 4,5,6; Gal. 3 Jer. 14,15,16; 1 Tim. 5 Ezek. 34,35; 1 Pet. 2 Haggai; Rev. 16
26 Ex. 11,12; Matt. 18:21-35 Num. 16,17; Mark 6:33-56 Josh. 16,17,18; Luke 5:1-16 2 Sam. 15,16; Luke 20:27-47 1 Chron. 17,18,19; John 10:1-21 Job 7,8,9; Acts 7:44-60 Psalms 47,48,49; Acts 26 Psalms 128, 129, 130, 131; 1 Cor. 7:25-40 Isa. 7,8,9; Gal. 4 Jer. 17,18,19; 1 Tim. 6 Ezek. 36,37; 1 Pet. 3 Zech. 1,2,3; Rev. 17
27 Ex. 13,14,15; Matt. 19:1-15 Num. 18,19,20; Mark 7:1-13 Josh. 19,20; Luke 5:17-39 2 Sam. 17,18; Luke 21:1-19 1 Chron. 20,21,22; John 10:22-42 Job 10,11,12; Acts 8:1-25 Psalms 50,51,52; Acts 27:1-25 Psalms 132,133,134, 135; 1 Cor. 8 Isa. 10,11,12; Gal. 5 Jer. 20,21,22; 2 Tim. 1 Ezek. 38,39; 1 Pet. 4 Zech. 4,5,6; Rev. 18
28 Ex. 16,17,18; Matt. 19:16-30 Num. 21,22; Mark 7:14-37 Josh. 21,22; Luke 6:1-26 2 Sam. 19,20; Luke 21:20-38 1 Chron. 23,24,25; John 11:1-17 Job 13,14,15; Acts 8:26-40 Psalms 53,54,55; Acts 27:26-44 Psalms 136,137,138; 1 Cor. 9 Isa. 13,14,15; Gal. 6 Jer. 23,24; 2 Tim. 2 Ezek. 40; 1 Pet. 5 Zech. 7,8,9; Rev. 19
29 Ex. 19,20,21; Matt. 20:1-16 Num. 23,24,25; Mark 8:1-21 Josh. 23,24; Luke 6:27-49 2 Sam. 21,22; Luke 22:1-30 1 Chron. 26,27; John 11:18-46 Job 16,17,18; Acts 9:1-22 Psalms 56,57,58; Acts 28:1-15 Psalms 139,140,141; 1 Cor. 10:1-13 Isa. 16,17,18; Eph. 1 Jer. 25,26; 2 Tim. 3 Ezek. 41,42; 2 Pet. 1 Zech. 10,11,12; Rev. 20
30 Exod. 22,23,24; Matt. 20:17-34   Judg. 1,2; Luke 7:1-30 2 Sam. 23,24; Luke 22:31-53 1 Chron. 28,29; John 11:47-57 Job 19,20; Acts 9:23-43 Psalms 59,60,61; Acts 28:16-31 Psalms 142,143,144; 1 Cor. 10:14-33 Isa. 19,20,21; Eph. 2 Jer. 27,28; 2 Tim. 4 Ezek. 43,44; 2 Pet. 2 Zech. 13,14; Rev. 21
31 Ex. 25,26; Matt. 21:1-22   Judg. 3,4,5; Luke 7:31-50   2 Chron. 1,2,3; John 12:1-19   Psalms 62,63,64; Rom. 1 Psalms 145,146,147; 1 Cor. 11:1-15   Jer. 29,30; Titus 1   Malachi; Rev. 22

2 Month Bible Reading Plan - Chronological

How to use this reading plan:

  1. Explain This Bible Reading Plan:With this plan you will read through key stories of the Bible in chronological order, tracing the development of God's plan from Adam to the church of the New Testament. This plan introduces you to the major people and events of the Bible in chronological order, beginning with Creation, and ending with Revelation.

  2. What Translation should I use? We recommend reading the New King James Version. You can find it online in our Bible Study Helps section.

  3. Does the Translation really matter? We believe you can learn the truth of God's word from any legitimate translation to read the Bible, but beware that some "translations" are not really translations at all, but are rather Paraphrased. That means someone read the Bible and wrote it in their own words. Now, at times that may be helpful, but anywhere the author was mistaken about a passage, you will be reading the authors opinion, not what the Bible actually says. These types of "translations" often present themselves as "thought for thought" translations instead of "word for word", and truly they belong in the commentary section of your library instead of the translation section. Some examples of these would be "The Living Bible", "The Book", "The New World Translation", etc.

  4. Can I print this study plan? Yes! At the bottom of this page are links to printable MS Word and pdf document files which allow you to keep track of when you read each portion.

  5. Do I need to start January 1st? No, you need to start today. If you begin today, you will finish 60 days from now.

  6. What if I fall behind? If you fall behind, don't worry -- just pick it back up right away so as not to fall further behind. Most weeks the reading schedule is not so rigorous that you couldn't catch up with a little extra reading.

  7. Should I do this alone or with someone? Many people find it helpful to choose a partner to help hold them accountable and encourage them in their spiritual life. It often helps for someone else to know what you are trying to do and ask you about your progress.

  8. When should I read? We have found it helpful to read the Bible as early in the day as possible. This will give you the entire day to reflect on what you have read, it also indicates its importance as we normally do our most important tasks first. As one Evangelist commonly says, “No Bible, No Breakfast. No Read, No Feed.”

  9. How is this reading plan organized? This plan is designed to have you reading some of both the Old and New Testaments each day.

  10. Are there other Bible reading plans? Yes, there are many Bible reading plans available, some entire Bible reading plans, and some like this one are partial Bible reading plans (see other plans in our Bible Study Helps Section), or you can design your own. There are 1189 chapters in the Bible, so any plan that has you reading just over 3.25 chapters per day will get you through the Bible in a year.

Day . Scripture Reading Description
Day 1 Genesis 1-3, 5-9 Creation, Fall & Flood
Day 2 Genesis 12, 15, and 22 Abraham, Isaac
Day 3 Job 1-3 and 38-42 Story of Job
Day 4 Exodus 1-5, 12-14, and 20 Moses and the Law
Day 5 Leviticus 1, 10-11, 16, and 25-26 Law's of Israel
Day 6 Numbers 3-4, 6, and 11-14 Journey to the Promised Land
Day 7 Deuteronomy 5-8, 28-31, and 34 Moses' last sermon to the Israelites
Day 8 Joshua 1-6 and 23-24 Joshua leads Israel into the Promised Land
Day 9 Judges 1-4 and 13-16 Period of the Judges
Day 10 Ruth 1-4 Story of Ruth
Day 11 1 Samuel 7-10, 12 King Saul comes to power
Day 12 1 Samuel 15-20, 28, and 31 King Saul loses power
Day 13 2 Samuel 5-8, 1 Chronicles 15-17 King David introduced
Day 14 2 Samuel 11-13, 15, and 18 King David leads Israel
Day 15 1 Chronicles 21-22, and 28-29 King David
Day 16 Psalms 1, 8, 19, 23, 51, 100, 103 and 139 Psalms of King David
Day 17 1 Kings 3, 6-12 King Solomon introduced
Day 18 2 Chronicles 5-10 King Solomon Leads Israel
Day 19 Ecclesiastes 1-5 and 12 King Solomon's life lessons
Day 20 Song of Songs 1-2, Proverbs 1-3 Wisdom from King Solomon
Day 21 2 Chronicles 14-16 Asa becomes King
Day 22 1 Kings 17-19, and 21 The Prophet Elijah
Day 23 2 Kings 1-2, 6-7, 11-12 Elijah, Elisha, Kings
Day 24 2 Chronicles 24-26 Kings
Day 25 Joel 2, Jonah 1, Amos 3, Micah 1-2 The Minor Prophets
Day 26 Isaiah 1-2, 6, Hosea 1-4 Israel called to repentance
Day 27 2 Kings 17-20, 2 Chronicles 29-32 Hezekiah
Day 28 Isaiah 40 and 52-55 Consolation of Israel
Day 29 2 Kings 21-23, 2 Chronicles 33-35 Manasseh, Josiah
Day 30 Nahum 1, Zephaniah 3, Jeremiah 1-5, Habakkuk 1 More Prophecies
Day 31 Ezekiel 1-3, 18, and 33, Lamentations 3, Obadiah Fall of Jerusalem
Day 32 Daniel 1-2, 4-6 Story of Daniel
Day 33 Ezra 3, 6-7, Haggai, Zechariah 1-2 Return, rebuilding of Jerusalem
Day 34 Esther 1-4, 7-8 Story of Esther
Day 35 Nehemiah 1-2, 4, and 6 Rebuilding the wall
Day 36 Malachi Last Old Testament prophecies
Day 37 Matthew 1-2, Luke 1-2 Birth of Jesus
Day 38 John 1, Mark 1, John 3-4 Early ministry of Jesus
Day 39 Luke 4-6, Mark 2-4 Teachings of Jesus
Day 40 Matthew 5-7 Sermon on the Mount
Day 41 Mark 10, Luke 8-12, Matthew 17-18 More teachings of Jesus
Day 42 John 13-17 Jesus' last Supper with the Disciples
Day 43 Matthew 26-28, Mark 15-16 Death and resurrection of Jesus
Day 44 Luke 22-24, John 19-21 Death and resurrection of Jesus
Day 45 Acts 1-4, 8-10, 12-14 The Church is established and grows
Day 46 Galatians 3-6 Paul's warnings about true vs. false religion
Day 47 James 1-3, Acts 15 Teachings & life of James
Day 48 1 Thessalonians 2 and 4; 2 Thessalonians 3 Paul's letters on adversity and persecution
Day 49 1 Corinthians 1-2 and 13 Paul's writings on living, loving like Jesus
Day 50 2 Corinthians 4-5 and 8-9 Paul's writings on authentic Christianity
Day 51 Romans 5-8 and 12 Paul's letter on Christian doctrine, practice
Day 52 Philemon; Ephesians 4-6 Paul's writings on practical Christian living
Day 53 Colossians 1 and 3; Philippians 2 and 4 Paul's writings on growing in Christ
Day 54 1 Peter 1 and 4-5 Peter's first letter to the Church
Day 55 1 Timothy 1-3; Titus 2 Paul's teaching on Church leadership
Day 56 Jude; 2 Peter 1 Jude and Peter on true vs. false religion
Day 57 2 Timothy 3-4 Paul's last letter to Timothy
Day 58 Hebrews 10-13 Teachings about living for Jesus Christ
Day 59 1 John 1-3; 2 John; 3 John John's letters on loving Christ & to friends
Day 60 Revelation 1-4, 19-22 Jesus Christ's revelation to John
     

2 month Bible Reading Plan - Bible Survey

How to use this reading plan:

  1. Explain This Bible Reading Plan: With this plan you will read highlights from every book of the Bible. And it doesn't take but 2 months! This plan offers a brief, simple, yet comprehensive overview of all 66 books of the Bible.
  2. What Translation should I use? We recommend reading the New King James Version. You can find it online in our Bible Study Helps section.

  3. Does the Translation really matter? We believe you can learn the truth of God's word from any legitimate translation to read the Bible, but beware that some "translations" are not really translations at all, but are rather Paraphrased. That means someone read the Bible and wrote it in their own words. Now, at times that may be helpful, but anywhere the author was mistaken about a passage, you will be reading the authors opinion, not what the Bible actually says. These types of "translations" often present themselves as "thought for thought" translations instead of "word for word", and truly they belong in the commentary section of your library instead of the translation section. Some examples of these would be "The Living Bible", "The Book", "The New World Translation", etc.

  4. Can I print this study plan? Yes! At the bottom of this page are links to printable MS Word and pdf document files which allow you to keep track of when you read each portion.

    Do I need to start January 1st? No, you need to start today. If you begin today, you will finish 60 days from now.

  5. What if I fall behind? If you fall behind, don't worry -- just pick it back up right away so as not to fall further behind. Most weeks the reading schedule is not so rigorous that you couldn't catch up with a little extra reading.

  6. Should I do this alone or with someone? Many people find it helpful to choose a partner to help hold them accountable and encourage them in their spiritual life. It often helps for someone else to know what you are trying to do and ask you about your progress.

  7. When should I read? We have found it helpful to read the Bible as early in the day as possible. This will give you the entire day to reflect on what you have read, it also indicates its importance as we normally do our most important tasks first. As one Evangelist commonly says, “No Bible, No Breakfast. No Read, No Feed.”

  8. How is this reading plan organized? This plan is designed to have you reading some of both the Old and New Testaments each day.

  9. Are there other Bible reading plans? Yes, there are many Bible reading plans available, some entire Bible reading plans, and some like this one are partial Bible reading plans (see other plans in our Bible Study Helps Section), or you can design your own. There are 1189 chapters in the Bible, so any plan that has you reading just over 3.25 chapters per day will get you through the Bible in a year.

Day . Scripture Reading
Day 1 Genesis 1-3, 12, 15, 22
Day 2 Exodus 1-5
Day 3 Exodus 12-14, 20
Day 4 Leviticus 1, 10, 16, 25
Day 5 Numbers 3-4, 6, 11-14
Day 6 Deuteronomy 5-8, 28-31, 34
Day 7 Joshua 1-6, 23-24
Day 8 Judges 1-4, 13-16
Day 9 Ruth 1-4
Day 10 1 Samuel 7-10, 12
Day 11 1 Samuel 15-20, 28, 31
Day 12 2 Samuel 5-8, 11-13, 15, 18
Day 13 1 Kings 3, 6-12
Day 14 1 Kings 17-19, 21
Day 15 2 Kings 1-2, 6-7, 11-12
Day 16 2 Kings 17-23
Day 17 1 Chronicles 15-17, 21-22, 28-29
Day 18 2 Chronicles 5-10, 14-16
Day 19 2 Chronicles 24-26, 29-35
Day 20 Ezra 3, 6-7
Day 21 Nehemiah 1-2, 4, 6
Day 22 Esther 1-4
Day 23 Job 1-3, 38-42
Day 24 Psalms 1, 8, 19, 23
Day 25 Psalms 51, 100, 103, 139
Day 26 Proverbs 1-3
Day 27 Ecclesiastes 1-5, 12 and Songs 1-2
Day 28 Isaiah 1-2, 6, 40, 52-55
Day 29 Jeremiah 1-5 and Lamentations 3
Day 30 Ezekiel 1-3, 18, 33
Day 31 Daniel 1-2, 4-6
Day 32 Hosea 1-4 and Joel 2
Day 33 Amos 3, Obadiah, and Jonah 1
Day 34 Micah 1-2 and Nahum 1
Day 35 Habakkuk 1, Zephaniah 3, Haggai
Day 36 Zechariah 1-2 and Malachi 1
Day 37 Matthew 1-2, 5-7
Day 38 Matthew 17, 26-28
Day 39 Mark 1-4, 10, 15-16
Day 40 Luke 1-2, 4-6
Day 41 Luke 8-10, 22-24
Day 42 John 1, 3-4
Day 43 John 13-17, 19-21
Day 44 Acts 1-4
Day 45 Acts 8-10, 12-15
Day 46 Romans 5-8, 12
Day 47 1 Corinthians 1-2, 13
Day 48 2 Corinthians 4-5, 8-9
Day 49 Galatians 5-6
Day 50 Ephesians 4-6
Day 51 Philippians 2, 4
Day 52 Colossians 1, 4
Day 53 1 Thessalonians 2, 4 and 2 Thessalonians 3
Day 54 1 Timothy 1, 3
Day 55 2 Timothy 3-4
Day 56 Titus 2 and Philemon
Day 57 Hebrews 10-13
Day 58 James 1-3
Day 59 1 Peter 1, 5 and 2 Peter 1 1 John 1-2
Day 60 2 John, and 3 John, Jude, Revelation 19-22
   

4 month Bible Reading Plan - Characters

How to use this reading plan:

  1. Explain This Bible Reading Plan: With this plan you will read the highlights about major characters in the Bible from Adam to Zechariah. This plan makes it easy to see the story of God's Word as you become acquainted with many important Characters in the Bible.

  2. What Translation should I use? We recommend reading the New King James Version. You can find it online in our Bible Study Helps section.

  3. Does the Translation really matter? We believe you can learn the truth of God's word from any legitimate translation to read the Bible, but beware that some "translations" are not really translations at all, but are rather Paraphrased. That means someone read the Bible and wrote it in their own words. Now, at times that may be helpful, but anywhere the author was mistaken about a passage, you will be reading the authors opinion, not what the Bible actually says. These types of "translations" often present themselves as "thought for thought" translations instead of "word for word", and truly they belong in the commentary section of your library instead of the translation section. Some examples of these would be "The Living Bible", "The Book", "The New World Translation", etc.

  4. Can I print this study plan? Yes! At the bottom of this page are links to printable MS Word and pdf document files which allow you to keep track of when you read each portion.

    Do I need to start January 1st? No, you need to start today. If you begin today, you will finish 121 days from now.

  5. What if I fall behind? If you fall behind, don't worry -- just pick it back up right away so as not to fall further behind. Most weeks the reading schedule is not so rigorous that you couldn't catch up with a little extra reading.

  6. Should I do this alone or with someone? Many people find it helpful to choose a partner to help hold them accountable and encourage them in their spiritual life. It often helps for someone else to know what you are trying to do and ask you about your progress.

  7. When should I read? We have found it helpful to read the Bible as early in the day as possible. This will give you the entire day to reflect on what you have read, it also indicates its importance as we normally do our most important tasks first. As one Evangelist commonly says, “No Bible, No Breakfast. No Read, No Feed.”

  8. How is this reading plan organized? This plan is designed to have you reading some of both the Old and New Testaments each day.

  9. Are there other Bible reading plans? Yes, there are many Bible reading plans available, some entire Bible reading plans, and some like this one are partial Bible reading plans (see other plans in our Bible Study Helps Section), or you can design your own. There are 1189 chapters in the Bible, so any plan that has you reading just over 3.25 chapters per day will get you through the Bible in a year.

Day . Bible Character Scripture Reading
Day 1 Adam Genesis 1:26-2:17
Day 2 Eve Genesis 2:18-3:24
Day 3 Abel Genesis 4:1-18
Day 4 Enoch Genesis 5:18-24
Day 5 Noah Genesis 6:1-9:17
Day 6 Abraham Genesis 15, 17, 22; Romans 4:1-5, 9-25
Day 7 Sarah Genesis 16:1-15, 18:1-15, 21:1-7
Day 8 Isaac Genesis 24, 26
Day 9 Esau Genesis 25:27-34
Day 10 Rebekah Genesis 27
Day 11 Jacob Genesis 31-32
Day 12 Joseph Genesis 39, 41, 43, 45
Day 13 Moses' Parents Exodus 1:1-2:10
Day 14 Moses Exodus 5:1-6:13, 14:5-31
Day 15 Miriam Exodus 15:1-21
Day 16 Aaron Exodus 32
Day 17 Rahab Joshua 2, 6
Day 18 Caleb Joshua 14:6-15:19
Day 19 Joshua Joshua 23-24
Day 20 Deborah Judges 4-5
Day 21 Gideon Judges 6-8
Day 22 Jephthah Judges 11:1-12:7
Day 23 Samson Judges 13-16
Day 24 Ruth Ruth 1-4
Day 25 Hannah 1 Samuel 1:1-2:21
Day 26 Eli 1 Samuel 2:27-4:22
Day 27 Samuel 1 Samuel 7:3-8:22;12:1-25
Day 28 Jonathan 1 Samuel 14, 20
Day 29 Saul 1 Samuel 18-19
Day 30 Abigail 1 Samuel 25
Day 31 Amnon 2 Samuel 13
Day 32 Absalom 2 Samuel 15, 17-18
Day 33 Rehoboam 1 Kings 12:1-20, 14:21-31
Day 34 Jeroboam 1 Kings 11:26-40, 12:25-14:20
Day 35 Ahab 1 Kings 16:29-34, 20:1-21:29
Day 36 Elijah 1 Kings 17:1-19:18
Day 37 Elisha 2 Kings 2, 4, 6
Day 38 Gehazi 2 Kings 5
Day 39 Josiah 2 Kings 23
Day 40 Jabez 1 Chronicles 4:9-10
Day 41 Asa 2 Chronicles 14-16
Day 42 Jehoshaphat 2 Chronicles 17-20
Day 43 Uzziah 2 Chronicles 26
Day 44 Manasseh 2 Chronicles 33:1-20
Day 45 Hilkiah 2 Chronicles 34:14-33
Day 46 Ezra Ezra 7-9
Day 47 Nehemiah Nehemiah 1-2
Day 48 Esther Esther 2:1-23, 4:1-5:8, 7:1-8:8
Day 49 Mordecai Esther 3:1-15, 5:9-6:14, 10:1-3
Day 50 Job Job 1-2
Day 51 Eliphaz, Bildad, Zophar Job 4-7
Day 52 Elihu Job 32-37
Day 53 David Psalms 3-8, 32; Romans 4:6-8
Day 54 Asaph Psalms 73-77
Day 55 Phinehas Psalms 106; Joshua 22:10-34
Day 56 Solomon Proverbs 2-4
Day 57 Isaiah Isaiah 6, 40, 53
Day 58 Hezekiah Isaiah 36-37
Day 59 Jeremiah Jeremiah 1, 18, 32
Day 60 Jehonadab Jeremiah 35
Day 61 Baruch Jeremiah 36, 43, 45
Day 62 Ezekiel Ezekiel 1-3
Day 63 Daniel Daniel 1-2, 6
Day 64 Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego Daniel 3
Day 65 Nebuchadnezzar Daniel 4
Day 66 Belshazzar Daniel 5
Day 67 Hosea Hosea 1-3
Day 68 Jonah Jonah 1-4
Day 69 Habakkuk Habakkuk 1-3
Day 70 Joseph Matthew 1:18-25, 2:13-23
Day 71 The Magi Matthew 2
Day 72 Matthew Matthew 9:10-13
Day 73 The Pharisees Matthew 12:1-45
Day 74 The Sadducees Matthew 22:23-46
Day 75 Peter Matthew 26:20-75; 1 Peter 1-2
Day 76 Joseph of Arimathea Matthew 27:32-61
Day 77 John the Baptist Mark 1:1-11, 2:18-22, 6:14-29
Day 78 Judas Mark 3:19, 14:3-11, 43-49
Day 79 Jairus Mark 5:21-43
Day 80 The Gentile Woman Mark 7:24-30
Day 81 The Rich Young Man Mark 10:17-31
Day 82 Blind Bartimaeus Mark 10:46-52
Day 83 The Poor Widow Mark 12:41-44
Day 84 Zechariah Luke 1:1-25, 57-80
Day 85 Mary Luke 1:26-56, 2:1-7
Day 86 The Shepherds Luke 2:8-20
Day 87 Simeon and Anna Luke 2:21-38
Day 88 Mary Magdalene Luke 7:36-8:3
Day 89 The Good Samaritan Luke 10:25-37
Day 90 Mary and Martha Luke 10:38-42
Day 91 The Rich Fool Luke 12:13-34
Day 92 The Lost Son Luke 15
Day 93 Zacchaeus Luke 19:1-10
Day 94 The Dying Thief Luke 23:26-43
Day 95 Cleopas Luke 24
Day 96 Andrew John 1:35-42, 6:1-13, 12:20-36
Day 97 Nathanael John 1:43-2:11, 21:1-13
Day 98 Nicodemus John 3:1-21
Day 99 The Samaritan Woman John 4:1-42
Day 100 The Adulterous Woman John 8:1-11
Day 101 Lazarus John 11:1-12:36
Day 102 Pilate John 18:28-19:16
Day 103 Thomas John 20:1-29
Day 104 Ananias and Sapphira Acts 4:32-5:11
Day 105 Stephen Acts 6-7
Day 106 Philip Acts 8:4-12, 26-40
Day 107 Simon the Sorcerer Acts 8:9-25
Day 108 Ananias Acts 9:1-18
Day 109 Cornelius Acts 10:1-11:18
Day 110 Barnabas Acts 11:19-30, 13:1-14:28
Day 111 John Mark Acts 13:1-13
Day 112 Priscilla and Aquila Acts 18
Day 113 Agrippa Acts 25-26
Day 114 Paul Galatians 1-2; Acts 22
Day 115 Epaphroditus Philippians 1-2
Day 116 Timothy 1 Timothy 3-4
Day 117 Luke 2 Timothy 3:10-4:22
Day 118 Titus Titus 1-3
Day 119 Philemon Philemon 1
Day 120 James James 1-2
Day 121 John 1 John 1-2; Revelation 1

Bible Facts and Statistics

BIBLE FACTS

The system of chapters was introduced in A.D. 1238 by Cardinal Hugo de S. Caro, while the verse notations were added in 1551 by Robertus Stephanus, after the advent of printing.

A Bible in the University of Gottingen is written on 2,470 palm leaves.

According to statistics from Wycliffe International, the Society of Gideons, and the International Bible Society, the number of new Bibles that are sold, given away, or otherwise distributed in the United States is about 168,000 per day.

The Bible can be read aloud in about 70 hours.

There are 8,674 different Hebrew words in the Bible, 5,624 different Greek words, and 12,143 different English words in the King James Version.

A number of verses in the Bible (KJV) contain all but 1 letter of the alphabet:

BIBLE STATISTICS

Number of books in the Bible: 66
Chapters: 1,189
Verses: 31,101
Words: 783,137
Letters: 3,566,480
Number of promises given in the Bible: 1,260
Commands: 6,468
Predictions: over 8,000
Number of questions: 3,294
Longest name: Mahershalalhashbaz (Isaiah 8:1)
Longest verse: Esther 8:9 (78 words)
Shortest verse: John 11:35 (2 words: "Jesus wept").
Middle books: Micah and Nahum
Middle verse: Psalm 118:8
Middle chapter: Psalm 117
Shortest chapter (by number of words): Psalm 117 (by number of words)
Longest book: Psalms (150 chapters)
Shortest book (by number of words): 3 John
Longest chapter: Psalm 119 (176 verses)
Number of times the word "God" appears: 3,358
Number of times the word "Lord" appears: 7,736
Number of different authors: 40
Number of languages the Bible has been translated into: over 1,200

OLD TESTAMENT STATISTICS

Number of books: 39
Chapters: 929
Verses: 23,114
Words: 602,585
Letters: 2,278,100
Middle book: Proverbs
Middle chapter: Job 20
Middle verses: 2 Chronicles 20:17,18
Smallest book: Obadiah
Shortest verse: 1 Chronicles 1:25
Longest verse: Esther 8:9
Longest chapter: Psalms 119
Largest book: Psalms

NEW TESTAMENT STATISTICS:

Number of books: 27
Chapters: 260
Verses: 7,957
Words: 180,552
Letters: 838,380
Middle book: 2 Thessalonians
Middle chapters: Romans 8, 9
Middle verse: Acts 27:17
Smallest book: 3 John
Shortest verse: John 11:35
Longest verse: Revelation 20:4
Longest chapter: Luke 1
Largest book: Luke

Compiled from various sites and sources