Bible Reading Schedule {Week 1}

2014 Bible Reading Schedule

Here is the Bible Reading Schedule for Week 1.  Doing something for the first time is a bit rough, eh?

Some schedules have dates, others just say the week number.  I had planned to start on the 30th of December, which I didn’t do.  Hoping to start tomorrow.  My week runs Monday to Sunday.  You can do it any way you like.  And certainly it can be spread out over however much time you need.



PROVERBS  1:1-6   six days/week

PSALMS 1-3     six days/week, two days per Psalm

JAMES             whole book six days/week for 3 weeks


  • Day One:      GEN. 1-25
  • Day Two:     GEN. 26-50
  • Day Three:  EX. 1-20
  • Day Four:    EX. 21-40
  • Day Five:     LEV. 1-27
  • Day Six:        NUM. 1-18
  • Day Seven:  NUM. 19-36


      Monday:     PROV. 1:1-6, PS. 1, JAMES, GEN. 1-25
      Tuesday:      PROV. 1:1-6, PS. 1, JAMES, GEN. 26-50
Wednesday:     PROV. 1:1-6, PS. 2, JAMES, EX. 1-20
    Thursday:     PROV. 1:1-6, PS. 2, JAMES, EX. 21-40
          Friday:      PROV. 1:1-6, PS. 3, JAMES, LEV. 1-21
    Saturday:      PROV. 1:1-6, PS. 3, NUM. 1-18
       Sunday:      NUM. 19-36
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These are pdf files, which you are welcome to print.  Nothing fancy, just the schedules.

Overview of  January schedule.        JAN PRINT SCHEDULE

Week One, short list (2 pages).   JAN Week 1 short list

Week One, long list (17 pages).    JAN Week 1

Old Testament Chronological Narrative books.      2014 OT PRINT ChronNarr Schedule

Letters for the entire year, overview schedule, no dates.    JAM 2014 LETTERS Schedule

Letters by month and week, for the year (3 months per page).  2014 PRINT LETTERS

Psalms schedule for Book 1.   2014 PRINT PSALMS BOOK I

Proverbs schedule for January only.    JAN2014 PRINT PROVERBS

Whatever you choose to do, dear friend, do plan to spend some time in God’s Word daily.

Circumstances may interrupt our plans, but God knows the heart.


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