For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.– Hebrews 4:12
In 2022 I challenged each of you to have a Bible Reading Plan for the year. There is no one size fits all plan, and many of you are in the Word daily already. While I know of people who read the whole Bible each year, I developed something more modest: Read the whole New Testament & a Survey of the Old Testament in a year. After a few months I stopped mentioning it and I wasn’t sure if anyone was doing it besides my family and I. Therefore, I was pleasantly surprised when a number of you asked for a 2023 plan since you enjoyed the 2022 one so much. Praise God!
Since we read the New Testament in 2022 (which included a survey of Old Testament passages), this next year, let’s read the whole Old Testament. This plan, that I developed on https://biblereadingplangenerator.com, is to read the Old Testament Monday to Saturday in a chronological fashion. This means that some readings in books will be interrupted, chronologically bringing in readings from other books where they fit. What about Sunday you ask? Use that as a catchup day, or use it to read in the New Testament.
Here’s the plan! 2023 Old Testament Scripture Reading Plan
If you didn’t do the New Testament plan with us last year, you may want to do that instead.
Here is Class I did explaining the 2022 Plan and the Importance of having a Scripture Reading Plan: