Daily Bible Reading Plan

The Bible is designed to be the disciple’s daily bread. More important, more valuable, more treasured, and more desired than breakfast, lunch or dinner is “every word that comes from the word of God.” David Platt, minister and author

Eat This Book Challenge

During 2014, we want to encourage each of you to partake of the living Bread.  We recommend the Eat This Book reading plan offers a sustainable reading pace, allowing you to experience first the Old Testament and then the New Testament in one year. Each day, you’ll explore an average of four chapters, and you’ll close your time in prayer by reading a Psalm. For some of you, just doing a daily Psalm could be the perfect way to start opening the Bible every day.

By reading the Bible every day, our hope is that we’ll become a people who are shaped by the Scriptures – people who are marked by love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

To print a copy of the daily reading plan, click here.  Or you can use the YouVersion Bible app and do the daily reading on your mobile devices. 

A plan is available for children as well. Check it out!

 

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