Have you ever tried to find a Bible reading plan that suits you but you just haven’t found anything that’s exactly what you need?
I’ve been wanting to read the Bible all the way through for a while now. However, I’ve always fizzled out before getting all the way through the plan I choose, and get so behind that it feels pointless to try to pick it up again before the year ends. Since I’m now a senior in high school, I decided to set a goal to read the entire Bible by the time I graduate.
Unfortunately, I had some difficulty finding a Bible reading plan that would fit this situation so late in the year. Most Bible reading plans are formatted to start January 1 and are for a year or more, or they have some weird way of splitting up the passages that I don’t like.
But did you know that there’s a website where you can make your own Bible reading plan? You can check it out at biblereadingplangenerator.com (or by clicking here). All you have to do is set a start date, enter how many days you want to do it in, select your preferences, and you’re good to go.
Using that helpful resource, I made a plan that starts September 1, 2022 (at the time of posting this, tomorrow), and goes until May 1, 2023. It broke up the entire Bible into portions to read each day, from Genesis all the way through Revelation, and I was even able to add the option to read a Psalm every day.
And with that plan– I’m all set. All I have to do is make sure to read every day for about 20 minutes a day or so.
It’s that easy, reader. So if your excuse for not reading the Bible is that you don’t have a good plan, or that you don’t have enough time– well, make a plan that fits you and your schedule! You can start now: you don’t have to wait for January 1 to start reading God’s Word and getting to know Him better. Embedded here you can find the Bible reading plan I made that starts tomorrow.
Being in God’s Word is an important part of the Christian life, and though we might struggle in it, we can always try again. This resource can be your way of trying again. Make a plan that starts now and stop waiting for next year to get back on track. Just start.
So if you’d like to join me in my goal to read the entire Bible, either by using the plan I made or by making your own, let me know you’re doing so! You can do that either by commenting below or hitting the red button under this paragraph. If enough people show interest, then perhaps I’ll make a community server for us to conquer this challenge together.
But whatever you decide to do, I hope this resource helps you in some way in your Bible reading endeavors, whether it’s now or in the future.