Bible Reading Schedule {Week 6}


This morning I was surprised to learn that my 2014 Bible Reading Schedule had been found through an online search using the terms “Sunday Scripture reading schedule”, or something to that effect.  It was found on a smaller search engine than the most popular one which starts with a {g}.

2014 Bible Reading Schedule

Encouraged, I began searching for my 2014 Bible Reading Schedule in other search engines and with various similar terms.  Then I proceeded to edit my previous posts in the series, in hopes of optimizing such searches.

I was surprised to find my 2014 Bible Reading Schedule fairly near the top of some search engines, depending on the terms used for the search.  This is something I plan to continue working on.  I am amazed at the plethora of Bible reading schedules available online.  Some are from cults, which tend to be near the top of the search.  All the more reason to try for the top.

If you are a blogger who is working on SEO (search engine optimization), you may be interested to know that my photo(s) showed up in the image results, which are near the very top of the search results.  I mean they were in the visible line of photos, the second and fourth or fifth in the line.  That is a result of putting the keywords in the photo’s title, alt title, and description lines.

Now, back to this week’s schedule for the 2014 Bible Reading Schedule.  We are beginning with the February schedule, although the dates are a week behind.  Here are the pdfs for February:

FEB2014 PRINT PROVERBS copy

FEB PRINT SCHEDULE

FEB Week 6

Here’s the overview for February:

FEBRUARY, WEEK SIX  (2/3/2014 – 2/9/2014)

  • Every Day    –   1 Kings 15:25-22; 2 Kings 1-13; 2 Chron. 17-24; Obadiah
  • Week Days   –   Galatians
  • Six Days      –   Psalms 16-18
  • Six Days      –   Proverbs 2:10-22

FEBRUARY, WEEK SEVEN  (2/10/2014 – 2/16/2014)

  • Every Day    –  2 Kings 14-15; 2 Chron. 25-27; Isaiah 1-12; Jonah; Amos; Micah
  • Week Days   –  1 & 2 Thessalonians
  • Six Days      –  Psalms 19-21
  • Six Days      –  Proverbs 3:1-4

FEBRUARY, WEEK EIGHT  (2/17/2014 – 2/23/2014)

  • Every Day    –  2 Kings 16-19; 2 Chron. 28-31; Isaiah 13-48; Hosea
  • Week Days   –  1 & 2 Thessalonians
  • Six Days      –  Psalms 22-24
  • Six Days      –  Proverbs 3:5-6

FEBRUARY, WEEK NINE  (2/24/2014 – 3/2/2014)

  • Every Day    –  2 Kings 20-23; 2 Chron. 32-35; Isaiah 49-66; Jeremiah 1-20; Nahum; Zephaniah
  • Week Days   –  1 & 2 Thessalonians
  • Six Days      –  Psalms 25-27
  • Six Days      –  Proverbs 3:7-8

Here’s the breakdown for WEEK SIX of the 2014 BIBLE READING SCHEDULE:

PROVERBS  2:10-22  six days/week

PSALMS 16-18     six days/week, two days per Psalm

GALATIANS           whole book six days/week for 3 weeks

CHRONOLOGICAL NARRATIVE:  seven days/week

  • Day One:      1 KI. 15:25-16:34; 2 CHRON. 17
  • Day Two:     1 KI. 17-21
  • Day Three:  1 KI. 22; 2 CHRON. 18
  • Day Four:     2 CHRON. 19-23
  • Day Five:     OBADIAH
  • Day Six:        2 KI. 1-11
  • Day Seven:  2 CHRON. 24

SHORT LIST –  WEEK SIX

  • Monday:  PROV. 2:10-22, PS. 16, GAL., 1 KI. 15:25-16:34; 2 CHRON. 17
  • Tuesday:  PROV. 2:10-22, PS. 16, GALATIANS, 1 KI. 17-21
  • Wednesday: PROV. 2:10-22, PS. 17, GALATIANS, 1 KI. 22; 2 CHRON. 18
  • Thursday:  PROV. 2:10-22, PS. 17, GALATIANS, 2 CHRON. 19-23
  • Friday:  PROV. 2:10-22, PS. 18, GALATIANS,  OBADIAH
  • Saturday:  PROV. 2:10-22, PS. 18,  2 KI. 1-11
  • Sunday:  2 KI. 12-13; 2 CHRON. 24

Here’s the pdf printable for this week:  FEB Week 6

How is your Bible reading going so far this year?  I still am not reading the OT Chronological reading, but am enjoying my reading of Galatians, Psalms, and Proverbs.  The repetition is allowing me to soak up more of the meaning than I would in just reading it once.

Please be encouraged to read God’s Word, no matter how much or how little, as often as you can.  It will make a difference in your life, I promise!

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