„The sum of your word is truth…“ (Ps 119:160)
Read the entire Word of God systematically in 12 months!
- RIGHT-click (with your mouse) one of the following lists
- Save the file with „save under….“ on your computer / tablet / smartphone
- print it
- obey it
- Bible Reading Plan (4 pages) for individual printing
- Broshure / leaflet (A4-paper, print front and back, fold it –> broshure/leaflet)
Another Bible Reading Plan:
This plan takes you through the entire Bible in one year. The scriptures are divided up into sixteen “chapters” and organized in semi-chronological order. You’ll read two or three chapters a day, and sometimes skim through larger portions that contain genealogies, census information, etc.
One Psalm is listed each day for you to slowly pray through, making its words your own. By the end you’ll have prayed through the book of Psalms 2.5 times.
More useful advice:
John MacArthur’s Simple Steps to Solid Study — John MacArthur created his own plan early in his ministry. It focuses more on one book of the Bible at a time. Here is what he recommends:
Read through the Old Testament at least once a year. As you read, note in the margins any truths you particularly want to remember, and write down separately anything you do not immediately understand. Often as you read you will find that many questions are answered by the text itself. The questions to which you cannot find answers become the starting points for more in-depth study using commentaries or other reference tools.
Follow a different plan for reading the New Testament. Read one book at a time repetitiously for a month or more. That will help you retain the New Testament so you will not always have to depend on a concordance to find things.
If you want to try that, begin with a short book, such as 1 John, and read it through in one sitting every day for thirty days. At the end of that time, you will know the book. Write on index cards the major theme of each chapter. By referring to the cards as you do your daily reading, you will begin to remember the content of each chapter. In fact, you will develop a perception of the book with your mind’s eye.
When you come to longer books, divide them into short sections and read each section daily for thirty days. For example, the gospel of John contains twenty-one chapters. Divide it into three sections of seven chapters. At the end of ninety days, you will finish John. For variety, alternate short and long books, and in less than three years you will have finished the entire New Testament–and you will really know it!….Continue HERE!
- The Bible: The Only Infallible Rule of Faith — J.C. Ryle
- The Christian’s Only Offensive Weapon — Charles Hodge
- Studying Scripture with Reverence
- How to Study the Bible (Parts 1 and 2) — John MacArthur
- The Word of God and Sanctification — Charles Spurgeon
- How to Study the Bible — J.C. Ryle
- God’s Word and Spiritual Growth — A.W. Pink
- Perspicuity of the Scriptures: The Right of Private Judgment — Charles Hodge
- Follow God’s Word, Not Your Impressions and Intuitions — Charles Spurgeon
- A Passion for the Truth of God’s Word — John MacArthur
- The Importance of Doctrine for Christian Living — Sinclair Ferguson
- Rules of Bible Interpretation — Charles Hodge
- The Decline in Spiritual Maturity and How to Recover Discernment — John MacArthur
- Profiting From The Word by A.W. Pink
- Christian: Be Much Alone with God — Horatius Bonar
- The Bible and Sanctification — Charles Spurgeon
- Christians: Let Us Meditate On, Talk About, And Live By The Bible — J.C. Ryle
- The Relevance of Theology — John MacArthur
- The Importance of Reading Commentaries — Charles Spurgeon
- “Weak Doctrine Produces Weak Lives” — Iain Murray
- The 10 Best Online Study Resources by Nathan Busenitz