Only 364 Days to go!

Need a plan for your daily Bible reading that will get you though the whole thing in a year?  Click here.

And if you miss a day, get right back on that horse and get back to reading the next day. (I know, mixed metaphor – you know what I mean!)

And it’s a leap year, so you even have an extra day!  🙂

Stick with that daily Bible reading plan!  You’ll be glad that you did!



  1. I love the Bible reading plan, but it doesn’t work very well for me. Here are some ways I’ve found to modify it that may help others:
    1) Just check off the passages as you read them, and don’t worry about the schedule. If it takes 3 years to read it all, so what?
    2) Keep to the readings on the prescribed days, but don’t worry about the days you miss and don’t make them up. Just read as often as you can.
    3) Get a couple of friends to do it with you and ask each other how it is going.

    It is a well-kept secret that no one, except perhaps pastors :-), read their Bible every day. Vacations, guests, and so on get us off-schedule and cause us all to miss. It would be legalistic to think we have to. We read the Bible as often as we can because it has the words of life for us and because we know God often speaks to us that way. I want to hear God. Don’t you?

    1. Not even pastors read their Bibles every day.

      And as much as I would love for everyone to read through the Bible in a year, I agree that I’d much rather have people just read it, rather than spend too much time worrying about whether or not they have missed a day, fallen behind, etc.

      Personally, I just know that I often waste time in the AM that would be much better spent just sitting down & reading the Word. (And as a pastor, reading through the whole Bible in a year should be the bare minimum, right?)

      And the more we read it, the more we will want to read it, IMO.

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