Read the Bible in a Year — November 2017

“We should read the Bible expectantly, systematically, and obediently. … The Bible can change our lives as we read it and obey its teachings every day.”

— from Answers to Life’s Problems by Billy Graham

Read the Bible in a Year

If you started reading along with us in January—welcome back! For those just joining us, don’t worry if you’re behind—there’s no time like the present to get started.

For this year’s reading, we started out with a “classic” bible reading plan that has a reading each day from the Old Testament, New Testament and Psalms or Proverbs. You can follow along with the “Classic” Daily Bible Reading Plan from Salem Web Network.

Based on feedback from you, we will also be sharing a historical plan as we have in years passed—reading through every book of the Bible in the order they are estimated to have been written.

No matter which plan you choose, if you read each day’s suggested passage, you’ll finish by year’s end.

Find past month’s here.

Classic Bible Reading Plan—November

Historical Bible Reading Plan—November

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  1. Cathy Massey says:

    any suggestions on the best bible to use. I need one that is easy to understand.

    1. Suzanne Kooshian says:

      Cathy, I hope you’ve found a good version to use. But in case you haven’t… I like to use the New Living Translation because of it’s easy readability. I find that it is much easier to understand then other versions. I’ve also heard that the Message is very easy to read as well. God bless you.

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