A new year is always a great time to make a fresh commitment to get into God’s Word and grow in our faith. But without a plan, even the best intentions will soon fall by the wayside. That’s why I developed a new Bible reading plan for 2019 – for me and for you!

Details about the Bible Reading Plan for 2019

Honestly, there is no “one-size-fits-all” Bible reading plans. For instance, if you have been reading the Bible with consistency in the past, you’ll want to start with just a few minutes a day. But if you’ve been reading your Bible almost daily for years, you may be ready to read the Bible through in a year! So this new Bible Reading Plan for 2019 may not be the best plan for you. However, I have developed this plan in a way to create as much opportunity for success as possible!

  • Five readings per week – this gives us two days per week to catch up if we miss a day. We all have days where we simply can’t get it done. And if you have a fabulous week and don’t miss a day, you can use the extra two days to read in the Psalms or Proverbs!
  • Book by book – Many of my past plans have been more topical in nature. But with this one, we read through an entire Bible book before we move on, alternating between the New Testament and the Old Testament. Reading whole books will also gives us a better overall understanding of these books. By the end of 2019, we will have read 19 Bible books. This layout also gives us an opportunity to jump back in when a new book begins if we’ve fallen way behind.
  • Increase our knowledge of God’s Word – I’ve included some of the “less read” Bible books in the plan – like a few minor prophets! But don’t be apprehensive, every bit of God’s Word is helpful for growing our faith and deepening our intimacy with God!
  • Opportunity for accountability – I lead a Facebook group called “Reading the Bible Together.” Each day I post the daily reading and some questions to help you get the most out of your reading. This year, I will also include some background on each new book we begin. I would love for you to join!

Get the Book by Book Bible Reading Plan PDF NOW

More about the Facebook Group Mentioned Above

The “Reading the Bible Together” Facebook group is a place of encouragement and enrichment. I post the daily readings each morning by 6am along with a few questions to help you get more from your reading. I will also be posting an intro to each book we begin and depending on the content of the daily reading, I may post a little commentary. We also encourage discussion! Some group members comment and some don’t – either is fine! Join here!

More Discipleship Resources You May Find Helpful

There are lots of free tools and resources on this website to encourage you in faith journey. They include multiple Bible Reading Plans, Scripture Memory tools, prayer helps, online Bible studies, and more. Check out the Free Resources page to see them all. But you may find the following particularly helpful this time of year:

How do you plan to be purposeful in your spiritual growth in the New Year?

 

 

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