Bible Reading & Study

Monthly Bible reading Plan

February Reading Plan
Feb 4 - 10: Second Timothy Chapters 1 - 2
Feb 11 - 17: Second Timothy Chapters 3 - 4
Feb 18 - 24: Titus Chapters 1 - 3
Feb 25 - 29:  Philemon Chapter 1

March Reading Plan
Mar 1 - 9: Hebrews Chapters 1 -4
Mar 10 - 16: Hebrews Chapters 5 - 7
Mar 17 - 23: Hebrews Chapters 8 -10
Mar 24 - 31: Hebrews Chapters 11 -13

April Reading Plan
Apr 1 - 6: James Chapter 1
Apr 7 - 13: James Chapter 2
Apr 14 - 20: James Chapter 3
Apr 21 - 30: James Chapters 4 - 5


 

Journaling

As you read and study, reflect on the following questions:

  • Who is Christ for me?
  • How is this passage interpreting me?
  • In this passage, how is this story also my story?
  • How am I reminded of my baptism?
  • How am I terrified and disrupted? 
  • How am I being given a new beginning in this passage?
  •  How does this passage forgive me of my sin?
  • How am I called to follow Christ?

Annual Bible reading Plan

To read through the Bible in a year, you will need to read through 23 chapters per week. This averages to about 3 and a half chapters per day.

Did you know:
  • There are 66 books in the Bible, comprised of 1,189 chapters
  • There are 929 chapters in the Old Testament
  • There are 260 chapters in the New Testament
  • Psalm 117 is the middle chapter and also the shortest chapter
  • Psalm 119 is the longest chapter

There is no advantage to reading from Genesis to Revelation because each book was written for a particular context. There are many other reading plans to help you read through the Bible in a year available online. Find the one that works best for you.