Chronological Bible Reading Plan
Over the course of your Christian life, you may have read through the Bible one or more times. Having done so, you may wonder what's next. How might you read the Bible in a new and interesting way that will help you gain fresh spiritual insights from God's Word? The Chronological Bible Reading Plan was specifically designed to give you a fresh, new way to read through God's Word in a year. It does this by arranging the entire Bible in chronological order - the order that the biblical events actully happened - and then dividing the chronologically ordered Scripture into 365 readings.
The Benefit of the Chronological Approach
Reading the Bible in chronological order will help you gain a unique perspective on the Scriptures that you could not get simply from reading the Bible cover to cover. The chronological approach places related passages one after another so you can see how they illuminate and complement each other. For example, when you read Psalm 5 and 59 alongside 1 Samuel 18:1 - 20:42, you will see how David's faith in the Lord sustained him as King Saul was threatening David's life. Or when you read about King Hezekiah receiving the envoys from Babylon, you will also be able to read Isaiah's prophecy concerning this event. And when you read the letters of Paul, you will see how they fit into the framework of his missionary journeys recorded in the book of Acts.
We hope you enjoy this fresh, new way of reading through the Bible, but above all may it also enrich your walk with Christ and give you a deeper appreciation for God's Word.