Bible Reading Schedule {November}

Here’s all you need to complete your 2014 Bible Reading Schedule for November.

2014 Bible Reading Schedule

 You may prefer to ignore the dates, if they cause confusion.  I am currently reading a week behind. November pdfs

Here’s an overview of November:


(Note: Chron Narr is short for Chronological Narrative Books)

  • Every Day – Chron Narr – 2Kings 22-25; 2Chronicles 32-36; Ezra; Nehemiah; Esther; Jeremiah; Lamentations; Ezekiel; Daniel; Nahum; Zephaniah; Joel; Habakkuk; Haggai; Zechariah; Malachi; Matthew 1-7; Mark 1-3; Luke 1-6; John 1-5
  • Week Days – Letters – 2 Timothy; 2 Peter; Jude
  • Six Days – Psalms 127-138
  • Six Days – Proverbs 6:30-7:27


The 2014 Bible Reading Schedule is now posted at the beginning of the month only.  All pdf files for the schedule are filed under the 2014 Bible Reading Schedule, which is under the Bible tab, which is under the WORSHIP tab.

If you haven’t yet started your Bible Reading this year, it’s never too late.  You can start at the beginning, or at today’s date, or any point in between.  You can choose to just read Psalms, or Psalms and Proverbs, or just the Narrative books.  You can read them as scheduled or at your own pace.  You make the plan work for you and your needs. Thus far the 2014 Bible Reading Schedule posts:

 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!


3 thoughts on “Bible Reading Schedule {November}

  1. Kim Adams Morgan says:

    I try to read the bible once a year. I don’t always quite make it in a year, but close. It is wonderful how the Lord reveals to me different things each year. One of our writers just recommended reading a different version each year. I had never considered this. I’m so glad I listened to his advice. I’m currently reading through the Archaeological Study Bible; it is a wealth of information you wouldn’t find in other bibles. Blessings to you.


    • thesilverofhisfining says:

      Thanks for stopping by, Kim! It is a blessing, reading God’s Word. I’m not reading all of it this year, but changing up the format of my reading plan has enhanced what I take away from it. The Archaeological Study Bible sounds interesting. ~Joyce


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