She Cries Out! Hide these words – Bible Reading Plan

As mentioned during my last talk I use the following Bible Reading Plan. It has no dates and no time schedule. I love it! I call it “Read the Bible within whatever time frame and order that suits you Plan”. Very catchy. The attachments are below. I have included both the excel spreadsheet and more printer friendly PDF. The excel attachment is the one I used to create it, so that you can adapt it if you wish.

Click here for the plan you can use – bible_reading

A couple of comments that you might find helpful.

1. The questions on the bottom right are the kind of questions I ask myself when I come to the Bible. You might find them helpful.

2. The verses written on the bottom right remind me of my goal (Colossians 3:16) and my prayer as I read (Psalm 119:18).

3. Below the Psalms ‘Heading’ I have linked certain months to certain segments of the Psalms. The reason I do this is that if I find myself reading the Bible today, 17 June, then I will go to Psalm 17. But if it was 17 October, then I count 17 days on from Psalm 125 and read that one. This means I might cover the Psalms as I go.

4. I use the same idea in point 3 for the chapters of Proverbs. Whatever day it is, means I might read a Proverb chapter of the same number.

5. Finally, I have learnt to spread my reading out – rather than just focus on the New Testament or my favourite books only. The idea of this plan is to ensure I have a balance and entire covering of Scripture over a period of a months, year or even many years!

Hope it helps!

Robin

About Robin

Robin has been involved in senior leadership within churches in the Newfrontiers family for over 10 years. Together with his wife Hannah, they helped start a church in Birmingham, before starting another one in Bromsgrove. Their family moved to Swansea in 2011 to start The Hill.