2015 Schedule for reading the entire Bible in one year in a somewhat chronological order but alternating between OT & NT

To read the daily Scriptures and answer the study questions click on the scripture reference in the chart below.

January  February  March  April  May June  July  August  September  October  November  December

Entire Bible Somewhat Chronlogical in One Year Alternating Old & New Testament- Daily Reading Schedule




Day Reading    Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1    Gen 1-3     Creation of All Things, Details of Creation of man, Fall of man

2    Gen 4-7     Cain & Abel, Genealogy of patriarchs, Noah and ark

3    Gen 8-11    Getting off ark, Rainbow, Genealogy from Shem to Abram

4    Gen12-14   Call of Abram, Abram and Lot part, Abram rescues Lot

5    Gen15-18   Promises to Abram, Birth of Ishmael, Abram pleads for Sodom

6    Gen19-21   Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, Birth of Isaac

7    Gen 22-23  Abraham offers Isaac, Bought Cave of Machpelah to bury Sarah

8    Gen 24-25  Rebekah became wife of Isaac, Esau sells birthright to Jacob==

9    Gen 26-27  Isaac redigs wells of Abraham, Jacob gets blessing by deceit

10  Gen 28-30  Jacob’s dream of ladder, His wives and children, His flocks increase

11  Gen 31-32  Jacob flees from Laban, Jacob wrestles with God

12  Gen 33-35  Jacob meets Esau, Dinah defiled, Jacob returns to Bethel

13  Gen 36-37  Esau’s descendants, Joseph’s dreams, Joseph sold by his brothers

14  Gen 38-40  Sons of Judah, Joseph falsely accused and put in prison where he interpreted dreams

15  Gen 41-42  Joseph interprets Pharaoh’s dreams and set over Egypt, His brothers go to Egypt

16  Gen 43-45  Second journey includes Benjamin, Silver cup in sack, Joseph makes himself known

17  Gen 46-47  Jacob and family go to Egypt and settle in Goshen

18  Gen 48-50  Jacob blesses Manasseh, Ephraim and his sons before he died, Joseph dies

19  Ex  1-3       Israelites oppressed, Birth of Moses, Moses Flees to Midian, Burning Bush

20  Ex  4-6       Signs for Moses who returns to Egypt, Bricks without straw, Promised deliverance

21  Ex  7-9       Plagues of blood, frogs, lice, flies, livestock, boils, hail

22  Ex 10-12    Plagues of locusts, darkness, firstborn, The Passover, The Exodus

23  Ex  13-14   Crossing Red Sea on dry land, Egyptians drown

24  Ex  15-16   Song of Moses and Miriam, Waters of Marah and Elim, Manna and quail

25  Ex  17-19   Water from Rock, Amalekites defeated, Jethro visits Moses, Mt. Sinai

26  Ex  20-22   Ten commandments, Protection of property, Social responsibility,

27  Ex  23-25   Laws of justice, mercy, Sabbath, festivals, Ark, Table, Lampstand

28  Ex  26-28   Tabernacle, Altar, Courtyard, Oil, Priestly garments, Ephod, Breastpiece  

29  Ex  29-30   Consecration of priests, Altar of incense, laver, Anointing oil, Incense

30  Ex  31-32   Bezalel and Oholiab, Sabbath, Golden calf incident

31  Ex  33-35   Tent of meeting, New stone tablets, Radiant face of Moses, Sabbath regulations


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Day  Reading   Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts 

1   Ex 36-37    Tabernacle, Ark, Table, Lampstand, Altar of Incense

2   Ex 38-40    Other furniture and garments, setting up tabernacle, Glory of the Lord fills it

3   Lev 1-3      Burnt, Grain, and Fellowship offerings

4   Lev 4-6      Sin and Guilt offerings, More about Burnt and Grain offerings

5   Lev 7-8      More about Guilt and Fellowship offerings, Priests’ share, Ordination of Aaron and sons

6   Lev 9-11     Priests’ ministry, death of Nadab and Abihu, Clean and unclean food

7   Lev 12-13   Purification after childbirth, Infectious skin diseases, Mildew regulations

8   Lev 14-15   Cleansing from infectious skin diseases and mildew, Discharges causing uncleanness

9   Lev 16-17   Day of Atonement, Eating blood forbidden

10  Lev 18-20  Unlawful sexual relations, Various laws, Punishments for Sin

11  Lev  21-23 Rules for priests, Passover, Firstfruits, Weeks, Trumpets, Atonement, Tabernacles

12  Lev  24-25 Blasphemy, Sabbath year, Year of Jubilee

13  Lev  26-27 Reward for Obedience, Punishment for disobedience, Redeeming what is the Lord’s

14  Num 1-2    Census, Arrangement fro the tribal camps around the tabernacle

15  Num 3-4    The Levites, Kohathites, Gershonites, Merarites, Numbering of the Levites

16  Num 5-6    Purity of the camp, Restitution for wrongs, the Nazarite

17  Num 7-8    Offerings at dedication of tabernacle, Setting up lamps, Setting apart Levites

18  Num 9-11  Passover, Cloud above tabernacle, Trumpets, Leaving Sinai, Fire and quail from Lord

19  Num 12-14 Miriam and Aaron oppose Moses, Spying out Canaan, Report, People rebel

20  Num 15-16 Offerings, Punishment for Sabbath-breaker, Tassels, Korah, Dathan and Abiram

21  Num 17-19 Aaron’s rod buds, Duties of priests and Levites, Water of cleansing

22  Num 20-22 Water from rock, Death of Aaron, Brass Serpent, Balak, Baalam and his donkey

23  Num 23-25 Balaam’s four oracles, Moab seduces Israel

24  Num 26-28 Second census, Zelophehad’s daughters, Daily and monthly offerings, Passover

25  Num 29-31 Feat of Trumpets Atonement, Tabernacles, Vows, Vengeance on the Midianites

26  Num 32-33 Transjordan tribes, Stages in Israel’s journey

27  Num 34-36 Boundaries of Canaan, Towns for Levites, Cities of Refuge

28  Deut 1-3     Summary of rebellion, Wanderings in desert, Defeat of Sihon and Og, Division of land


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Day    Reading       Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1    Deut 4-6     Obedience required, Idolatry forbidden, Ten Commandments, Love the Lord

2    Deut 7-8     Driving out nations, Be careful to not forget the Lord

3    Deut 9-11   Israel was stiff-necked, Second stone tablets, Love and obey the Lord

4    Deut 12-14 One Place of Worship, Worshipping other gods, Clean and unclean foods

5    Deut 15-17 Canceling debts, Freeing servants. Passover, Feasts of weeks and tabernacles, Judges

  Deut 18-19 Offerings for Priests and Levites, Detestable practices, The Prophet, Cities of refuge

  Deut 20-21 Going to war, Atonement for unsolved murder, Marrying a captive woman, Rebellious son

8    Deut 22-23 Various laws, Marriage violations, Exclusion from assembly, Uncleanness in camp

  Deut 24-26 Miscellaneous laws, First fruits and tithes, Follow the Lord’s Commands

10  Deut 27-28 Altar on Mt Ebal, Curses from Mt Ebal, Blessings for obedience, Curses for disobedience

11  Deut 29-31 Renewal of covenant, Prosperity after turning to the Lord, Joshua to succeed Moses

12  Deut 32-34 Song of Moses, Moses to die on Mt Nebo, Moses blesses the tribes, Death of Moses


The following are the sections* in Harmony of Gospels order

* For the Gospels all you have to do is click on the sections for the day and the scriptures will pop up. These sections are those in A Harmony of the Gospels by A. T. Robertson, Harper & Row, 1922


Day  Sections   Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

13    1-7             Genealogies, Announcements of Births of John the Baptist and Jesus

14    8-19           Births and childhoods of John the Baptist and Jesus

15    20-28         Beginning of Ministry of John the Baptist, Baptism & Temptations of Jesus, First disciples

16    29-36         First miracle, Cleansing temple, Nicodemus, John’s loyalty

17    37-45         Rejection at Nazareth, Calling fishers of men, Four Healings

18    46-49         Healing paralytic, Call of Matthew, Sabbath controversies over healing lame man

19    50-54(2)     More Sabbath controversies, Choosing 12 apostles, Start Sermon on Mount

20    54(3-8)       Rest of Sermon on the Mount

21    55- 61        Healing centurion’s servant, Raising widow’s son, Parable of two debtors

22    62-64         Parables of sower, seed, tares, mustard seed, leaven, treasure, pearl, net, householder

23    65-67         Calming sea, Healing Gerasene demoniac, Woman with issue of blood, Jairus’ daughter

24    68-71         Healing blind men, Sending forth disciples, John the Baptist beheaded

25    72-75         Feeding 5000, Walking on water

26    76-77         Strong teaching against the Pharisees

27    78-82         Feeding 4000, Healing blind man, Testing faith of the twelve

28    83-87         Foretelling death and resurrection, Transfiguration, Boy the disciples could not heal

29    88-95         Coin in mouth of fish, Who shall be greatest, Forgiveness, What following Jesus means

30    96-99         Woman taken in adultery, Light of the world, Exposing sin of Pharisees

31   100-102      Man born blind, I am the Door & Good Shepherd, Mission of seventy


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Day  Sections   Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts


1     103-107     Good Samaritan, Mary & Martha, Importunate friend, Greater than Solomon or Jonah

2     108-111     Parables of rich fool, wise Steward, Fig tree, Healing woman with spirit of infirmity

3     112-117     Counting the Cost, Lost sheep, coin & son, Unjust steward, Rich man and Lazarus

4     118-120     Raising Lazarus, Healing ten lepers, comparing to days of Noah & Lot

5     121-124     Pharisee and publican, divorce, Rich young ruler, Laborers in vineyard

6     125-127     Again foretells death & resurrection, Blind Bartimaeus, Zacchaeus, Parable of pounds

7     128-131     Triumphal entry, Cursing fig tree, Cleansing of temple, Barren fig tree

8     132-133     Sanhedrin challenges authority of Jesus, Paying tribute to Caesar

9     134-138     Resurrection question, Straining gnat & swallowing a camel, Widow’s gift

10    139(1)       Destruction of Jerusalem and second coming of Jesus

11    139(2)-144  Begin with Mt 24:43, Parables of ten virgins, talents, sheep & goats, Judas plans betrayal

12    145-149    Foot washing, Jesus points out Judas as betrayer & predicts Peter’s denial, Communion

13    150-152    On the way to Gethsemane, Prayers of Jesus

14    153-158    Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus, Annas, Caiphas, Peter’s denial, Judas’ suicide

15    159-163    Jesus before Pilate and Herod, Release of Barabbas, Soldiers mock Jesus, Golgotha

16    164-168    Jesus on Cross, Darkness, Veil torn, Earthquake, Graves open, Burial

17    169-176    Resurrection and Appearances of Christ

18    177-184    More Appearances and Ascension of Christ


The following are the Historical books of the Old Testament::


19   Josh 1-4     The Lord commands Joshua, Rahab and spies, Crossing Jordan

20   Josh 5-8     Circumcision at Gilgal, Fall of Jericho, Achan’s sin, Ai destroyed

21   Josh 9-11   Gibeonite deception, Sun stands still, Southern cities conquered, Kings defeated

22  Josh 12-14  Defeated kings, Land still to be taken, Division of land, Hebron given to Caleb

23  Josh 15-18  Allotments for Judah, Ephraim and Manasseh, Division of rest of the land

24  Josh 19-21  Allotments for other tribes, Cities of Refuge, Towns for Levites

25  Josh 22-24  Eastern tribes return home, Joshua’s farewell, Covenant renewed, Joshua buried

26  Judg 1-3      Israel fights Canaanites, Disobedience and defeat, Judges Othniel, Ehud, Shamgar

27  Judg 4-6      Deborah, Jael, Song of Deborah, Gideon

28  Judg 7-8      Gideon defeats Midianites, Zebah and Zalmunna, Gideon’s death

29  Judg 9-10    Abimelech, Tola, Kair, Jephthah

30  Judg 11-13  Jephthah’s foolish vow, Ephraim, Ibzan, Elon, Abdon, Birth of Samson

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Day    Reading  Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1   Judg 14-16     Samson’s marriage, Samson’s vengeance on Philistines, Delilah, Death of Samson

2   Judg 17-19     Micah’s idols, Danites settle in Laish, A Levite and his concubine

3   Judg 20-21     Israel fights the Benjamites, Wives for them, Every man did right in his own eyes

4   Ruth 1-4         Naomi and Ruth, Ruth meets Boaz, Boaz marries Ruth, Genealogy of David

5   1 Sam 1-2      Hannah’s prayer, Samuel Born, Eli’s Wicked sons

6   1 Sam 3-5      Samuel’s call, Eli & sons died, Ark of God taken

7   1 Sam 6-8      Philistines return ark, Samuel judges, Israel wants a king

8   1 Sam 9-11    Samuel anoints Saul king, Israel fears Saul

9   1 Sam 12-13  Saul’s impatient offering

10  1 Sam 14-15 Jonathan & armor bearer, Saul spares Agag

11  1 Sam 16-17 Samuel anoints David, David kills Goliath

12  1 Sam 18-20 Jonathan friend of David, Saul seeks to kill David who flees

13  1 Sam 21-23  David goes to Abimelech, Cave of Adullam & fights Philistines

14  1 Sam  24-25 David cuts off Saul’s skirt, Samuel dies, Nadab and Abigail

15  1 Sam  26-28 David again spares Saul’s life, Saul goes to witch at Endor

16  1 Sam  29-31 Amalekites burn Ziklag, Saul and sons die

17  1 Chr 1-3      Genealogies from Adam through Solomon’s descendants

18  1 Chr 4-5      Descendants of Judah, Simeon, Reuben

19  1 Chr 6-7      Descendants of Levi, Issachar, Benjamin, Ephraim, Asher

20   1 Chr 8-10    Descendants of Benjamin, death of Saul and his sons

21  2 Sam 1-4     David made king of Judah, Abner makes Ishobeth king of Israel

22  2 Sam 5:1-10, 1 Chr 11-12  Israel makes David king

23  2 Sam 5:11-6:23, 1 Chr 13-16  David defeats Philistines, Ark is brought to Jerusalem, David’s Psalm

24  2 Sam 7, 1 Chr 17 God’s promise to David, David’s prayer

25  2 Sam 8-9, 1 Chr 18  David’s victories, Mephibosheth

26  2 Sam 101 Chr 19 David defeats Ammonites

27  2 Sam 11-12, 1 Chr 20 David and Bathsheba, Nathan Rebukes David, Wars

28  2 Sam 13-15  Ammon and Tamar, Absolom kills Ammon, Absolom’s conspiracy, David flees

29  2 Sam 16-18  Shimei curses David, Advice of Hushai and Ahithophel, Absalom’s death

30  2 Sam 19-21  David returns to Jerusalem, Sheba rebels, Gibeonites avenged, Wars

31  2 Sam 22-23  David’s song of praise, David’s mighty men


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Day  Reading  Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1   2 Sam 24, 1 Chr 21-22 David took a census, David's altar, Preparations for temple

2   1 Chr 23-25                 Levites, Gershonites, Kohathites, Merarites, Priests, Singers

3   1 Chr 26-29                Gatekeepers, Treasurers, Officers, Plans for temple, Solomon to be king

4   1 Kgs 1-2                    Adonijah sets himself up as king, David makes Solomon king and gives him a charge

5   1 Kgs 3-4, 2 Chr 1       Solomon asks for wisdom, Solomon’s officials and governors

6   1 Kgs 5-6, 2 Chr 2-3    Preparation for and building of temple

7   1 Kgs 7, 2 Chr 4          Solomon builds his own house, Temple furnishings

8   1 Kgs 8; 2 Chr 5          Ark brought to temple, Prayer of dedication

9   2 Chr 6-7                    Dedication of temple, Lord appears to Solomon

10  1 Kgs 9; 2 Chr 8         Lord appears to Solomon, Solomon’s other activities

11  1 Kgs 10-11; 2 Chr 9  Queen of Sheba, His adversaries, Solomon’s wives, Jeroboam rebels   

12  1 Kgs 12-13, 2 Chr 10 Israel rebels against Rehoboam, Golden calves,  

13  1 Kgs 14, 2 Chr 11-12 Ahijah prophesies against Jeroboam

14  1 Kgs 15:1-24; 2 Chr 13-16 Abijah and Asa kings of Judah

15  1 Kgs 15:25-16:34; 2 Chr 17 Nadab through Ahab Kings of Israel, Jehosphat King of Judah

16  1 Kgs 17-19                 Elijah fed by ravens and widow, Elijah on Mt. Carmel, Flees from Jezebel, Elisha

17  1 Kgs 20-21                 Ahab defeats Ben-Hadad, A prophet condemns Ahab, Naboth’s vineyard

18  1 Kgs 22; 2 Chr 18       Micaiah prophesies Ahab’s death, Jehoshaphat king of Judah, Ahaziah king of Israel

19   2 Chr 19-22                Jehosaphat’s reign, followed by Jehoram, Ahaziah, & Joash

20  2 Kgs 1-3                    Judgment on Ahaziah, Elijah is caught up, Elisha

21  2 Kgs 4-6                    Widow’s oil, Boy is raised to life, Death in Pot, Naaman is healed, Axe head floats

22  2 Kgs 7-9                    Samaria famine ends, Jehoram and Azariah kings of Judah

23  2 Kgs 9-11,2 Chr 23    Jehu kills Joram king of Israel & Ahaziah of Judah, Joash is hidden from Athaliah

24  2 Kgs 12-13, 2 Chr 24 Joash repairs temple, Jehoida’s chest, Jehoahaz & Jehoash king of Israel

25  2 Kgs 14, 2 Chr 25      Amaziah king of Judah, Jeroboam II king of Israel

26  2 Kgs  15, 2 Chr 26     Uzziah king of Judah

27  2 Chr 27-28, 2 Kgs 16-17 Jotham King, Ahaz, King of Judah, During reign of Hoshea Assyria captures Israel

28 2 Kgs 18:1-8, 2 Chr 29-31 Hezekiah purifies temple, Celebrates Passover

29  2 Kgs 18:9-19:37         Jerusalem threatened, Hezekiah’s prayer, Isaiah prophesies Sennacherib’s fall

30  2 Kgs 20, 2 Chr 32       Hezekiah’s illness  


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Day    Reading  Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1   2 Kgs 21, 2 Chr 33      Mannasseh and Amon Kings of Judah

2   2 Kgs 22, 2 Chr 34-35 Book of Law is found, Josiah celebrates Passover

 2 Kgs 23-25; 2 Chr 36 Jehoahaz, Jehoiakim, Nebuchadnezzar, Jehoiachin, Zedekiah, Jerusalem fall

4   Ezra 1-3    End of Babylonian captivity and many return to Jerusalem, Restoration of Temple begins

5   Ezra 4-6    Resistance to rebuilding temple and Jerusalem, Completion & dedication Temple, Passover

6   Ezra 7-10  Arrival of Ezra in reign of Artaxerxes, Gifts for temple, Confession of improper marriages

7   Neh 1-3     Nehemiah prays, Views wall of Jerusalem, Starts rebuilding wall

8   Neh 4-7     Sanballat and Tobiah hinder, Under severe handicaps Jews complete wall in 52 days

9   Neh 8-10   Ezra reads law, People confess their sins, Covenant

10  Neh 11-13 People who return to Jerusalem, Dedication of wall, Principles of separation

11  Est 1-5     Removal of Vashti, Ester becomes queen, Mordecai discovers plot, Haman against Jews

12  Est 6-10   Haman hanged instead of Mordecai, Ester saves Jews, Feast of Purim, Mordecai promoted


The following are the Acts of the Apostles of the New Testament:


13    Acts 1-3     Ascension of Jesus, Matthias, Holy Spirit outpouring, Peter’s message, Healed of lame

14    Acts 4-6     Ananias and Sapphira, Persecuted of apostles, Choosing of the seven, Seizing Stephen

15    Acts 7-8     Stoning Stephen, Philip went to Samaria, Simon the sorcerer, Philip and Ethiopian

16  Acts 9-10     Saul’s conversion, Healing of Aenas, Raising Dorcas from dead, Cornelius’ baptism

17  Acts 11-13   Peter’s explanation, Peter’s escape from prison, First missionary journey, Cyprus

18  Acts 14-16   Iconium, Stoning of Paul, Council at Jerusalem, Second missionary journey, Philippi

19  Acts 17-19   Thessalonica, Berea, Athens, Corinth, Third Missionary journey begins, Ephesus

20  Acts 20-22   Macedonia, Greece, Raising of Eutychus, Paul’s arrest in Jerusalem, Before Sanhedrin

21  Acts 23-25   Plot to kill Paul, Trials before Felix and  Festus

22  Acts 26-28   Paul before Agrippa, Sails for Rome, Shipwreck, Malita, Arrival at Rome, Under guard


The following are the Poetical Books of the Old Testament:


23  Job 1-5        Satan Attacks, Loses Property, Children, Health, Eliphaz says Job has sinned

24  Job 6-10      Job’s Complaint & suffering, Bildad - Job Should Repent, Job would plead with God

25   Job 11-14   Zophar Urges Job to Repent, Job Answers and prays, Eliphaz Accuses Job

26   Job 15-19   Job answers and prays, Bildad: Punishment of the wicked, Job trusts, Zopah

27   Job  20-24  Zophar and Eliphaz accuse Job of wickedness, Job answers

28   Job  25-29  Bildad: Can man be righteous? Job maintains his integrity and discusses wisdom

29   Job  30-34  Job’s defense, Elihu contradicts Job’s friends and Job and proclaims God’s justice

30   Job  35-38  Elihu condemns self-righteousness, proclaims God’s goodness and majesty, Lord speaks

31   Job  39-42  God reveals His Omnipotence, God’s challenge to Job, Job’s repentance and restoration


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Day    Reading  Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1     Ps 1-8        Blessed is the man, When I consider the heavens.. what is man that you are mindful

2     Ps 9-17       I will praise you…The fool has said in his heart that there is no God

3     Ps 18-21      The Lord is my rock…The heavens declare the glory of God…Some trust in chariots

4     Ps 22-28      Words on cross…The Lord is my shepherd…my light and my salvation>

5     Ps 28-35     Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven… I will bless the Lord at all times

6     Ps 36-41      Do not fret because of evildoers…I waited patiently for the Lord and He heard my cry

7     Ps 42-49      My soul thirsts for God…God is our refuge and strength…Oh, clap your hands

8     Ps 50-55      Blot out my transgressions…Create in me a clean heart…Cast your burden on the Lord

9     Ps 56-63      My heart is steadfast…Judgment of the wicked…Early will I seek You

10   Ps 64-69      Let God arise, His enemies be scattered… Let heaven and earth praise Him

11   Ps 70-74      In You, O Lord, I put my trust…My feet almost slipped when I saw the wicked prosper

12   Ps 75-78      We give thanks for Your wondrous works…That the generation to come might know

13   Ps 79-86      Restore us, Sing aloud, Oh that My people would listen, No good thing will He withold

14   Ps 87-93      God is greatly to be feared…The days of our lives are 70 years, if by reason of strength 80

15   Ps 94-103    Vengeance belongs to God…Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness…Hate evil

16   Ps 104-106  Sing to the Lord as long as you live…Make known His deeds…Give thanks to the Lord

17   Ps 107-113  Let the redeemed or the Lord say so…Oh, that men would give thanks to the

18   Ps 114-118  What shall I render to the Lord for all His benefits…Better to trust in the Lord than man

19   Ps 119:1-88 Your word have I hidden in my heart that I might not sin…Your word is better than gold

20   Ps 119:89-176 Your word is forever settled in heavenYour word is a lamp, light, pure, truth, delight

21   Ps 120-131  My help comes from the Lord… Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain

22   Ps 132-138  It is good for brethren to dwell in unity…His mercy endures forever…Word above name

23   Ps 139-144  Set a guard over my mouth, Cause me to know how I should walk, Teach me Your will>

24   Ps 145-150  The Lord is good to all…Let everything that has breath praise the Lord

25   Prov 1-3      Fear of the Lord is beginning of knowledge, Trust in Lord not your own understan

26   Prov  4-6     Keep your heart with all diligence, Go to the ant you sluggard, Things the Lord hates

27   Prov 7-9      The immoral woman, Wisdom is better that rubies, Give instruction to a wise man

28   Prov 10-12   He who restrains his lips is wise, who wins souls is wise, who hates correction is stupid

29   Prov 13-15   Wise son heeds instruction, Wise woman builds her house, Soft answer turns away wrath

30   Prov 16-18   Pride goes before destruction, Answering a matter before hearing it brings shame

31   Prov 19-21   He who speaks lies will not escape, Wine is a mocker, He who loves pleasure will be poor


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Day    Reading  Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts


1   Prov 22-24  A good name better than riches, Don’t remove ancient land marks, Multitude of counselors

2   Prov 25-26 A word fitly spoken, Meddling with strife belonging to others is like grabbing a dog by ears

3   Prov 27-29 Faithful wounds of a friend, Eyes never satisfied, He who covers his sins won’t prosper

4   Prov 30-31 Give me neither poverty nor riches, Virtuous women rise early, work hard and fear the Lord

5   Eccl 1-4     Reason history repeats itself, Things don’t satisfy, Everything has its time, Value friend

6   Eccl 5-8    Keep vows, Man’s days pass like a shadow, A good name, Obey authorities

7   Eccl 9-12   Do what you do with all your might, A little folly can ruin your reputation, Whole duty of man

8   Song of Sol 1-4 The rose of Sharon, Lily of valleys, Little foxes spoil the vines

9   Song of Sol 5-8 I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine, Jealousy is cruel as the grave


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The following are the Pauline Epistles of the New Testament:


10   Rom 1-3      God’s wrath and righteous judgment, Jews and the law, All have sinned

11   Rom 4-6      No one is righteous, Justification by faith, Wages of sin is death, but eternal life is a gift

12   Rom 7-9      Marriage illustration, Life through the Spirit, future glory, God’s sovereign choice

13   Rom 10-12  Paul’s desire for Israel, Ingrafted branches, Living sacrifices

14   Rom 13-14  Submission to authority, Love your neighbor as yourself, The weak and the strong

15   Rom 15-16  Paul’s plan to visit Rome, Personal greetings, Mark them that cause divisions

16  1 Cor 1-4     Divisions in the church, Christ the wisdom and power of God, Servants of Christ

17  1 Cor 5-8     Expel the immoral brother, Lawsuits, Immorality, Marriage, Food sacrificed to idols

18  1 Cor 9-11   Rights of an Apostle, Warnings, Believer’s freedom. Headship, Lord’s supper

19  1 Cor 12-13 Spiritual gifts, One body, many parts, Love (Charity)

20  1 Cor 14-16 Gifts of Prophecy and tongues, Resurrection of Christ and the dead,The collection

21  2 Cor 1-5    God of all comfort, Forgiveness, New covenant, Treasures, Ministry of reconciliation

22  2 Cor 6-9    Hardships, Do not be yoked with unbelievers, Generosity encouraged

23  2 Cor10-13  Paul’s defense, False apostles, Paul’s sufferings, Thorn in flesh, Final warnings

24  Gal 1-3        No other gospel, Paul opposes Peter, Law and Promise, Sons of God

25  Gal 4-6        Hagar and Sarah, Liberty in Christ, Works of flesh, Fruit of the Spirit, Doing good

26  Eph 1-3       Spiritual blessings, Alive in Christ, Preacher to gentiles, Prayer for Ephesians

27  Eph 4-6       Unity, Children of light, Wives and husbands, Children and Parents, Armor of God

28  Phil 1-4       Paul’s chains, Humility, Timothy, No confidence in flesh, Right thinking, Thanks for gifts

29  Col 1-4        Supremacy of Christ, Fullness of Godhead, Rules for Holy living, Rules for households

30  1 Thes 1-4   Ministry in Thessalonica, Timothy’s report, Living to please God, Coming of the Lord




Day  Reading   Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1   1 Thes 52 Thes 1-3 Final instructions, Man of lawlessness, Stand fast, Warning against idleness   

2   1 Tim 1-3    Warnings against false teachers. Instructions on worship, Bishops and deacons

3   1 Tim 4-6    Be an example, Widows, Elders, Love of money, Charge to Timothy

4   2 Tim 1-4    Encouragement to be faithful, Workman approved by God, Perilous times in last days

5  Titus 1-3 & Philem 1 Task on Crete, What must be taught, Doing good, Paul’s plea for Onesimus

6  Heb 1-4       Son superior to angels, Pay attention, Jesus greater than Moses and is great high priest

7  Heb 5-8       Falling away, God’s promise, Jesus like Melchizedek, New covenant

8  Heb 9-11     Earthly tabernacle, Blood of Christ, Sacrifice once for all, By faith

9  Heb 12-13   God disciplines His sons, Warning against refusing God, Exhortations


The following are the Major and Minor Prophets of the Old Testament


10 Isa 1-4      During reigns of Uzziah thru Hezekiah, Rebellious nation, Judgment on Judah

11 Isa 5-8      Uzziah dies, Sign of Immanuel, Assyria, the Lord’s instrument

12 Isa 9-12    Child born, Lord’s anger, Judgment on Assyria, Branch from Jesse

13 Isa 13-17  Prophesies against Babylon, Assyria, Philistines, Moab, Damascus

14 Isa 18-22  Prophesies about Cush, Egypt, Babylon, Edom, Arabia, Jerusalem

15 Isa 23-27  Prophesies about Tyre, Devastation of earth, Praise to Lord, Deliverance of Israel

16 Isa 28-30  Woes to Ephraim, David’s city, To the obstinate nation

17 Isa 31-34  Relying on Egypt, Kingdom of righteousness, Women, Distress, Judgment of nations

18 Isa 35-36  Joy of the Redeemed, Sennacherib threatens Jerusalem

19 Isa 37-39  Sennacherib’s Fall, Hezekiah’s Illness, Hezekiah shows treasure to Babylonians

20 Isa 40-43  Comfort for God’s people, I am the Lord, beside me there is no savior

21 Isa 44-48  Israel the chosen, Jerusalem to be inhabited, Fall of Babylon, Israel freed

22 Isa 49-53  Everlasting Salvation for Zion, Prophecy of sufferings of Jesus

23 Isa 54-58  Future glory of Zion, Invitation to thirsty, Salvation for others, True fasting

24  Isa 59-62 Future glory of Zion, Invitation to thirsty, Salvation for others, True fasting

25  Isa 63-66 Day of vengeance and Redemption, Judgment and salvation, Future, Judgment and hope

26  Jer 1-3    Jeremiah prophesies in days of Josiah, Jehoiakim and Zedekiah, Call before birth

27  Jer 4-6    God’s call to Israel, Imminent invasion, Jerusalem under siege, Prophet’s lament

28  Jer 7-9    Trusting in lying words, Judgment on false teaching, The prophet morns

29  Jer 10-13 God and idols, Broken covenant, Jeremiah’s life threatened, Why do wicked prosper?

30  Jer 14-17 Drought, sword and famine, Plea for mercy, Jeremiah’s life style, Prayer for Deliverance

31  Jer 18-22 Potter and clay, Jeremiah persecuted, Broken jar, Unpopular ministry, Against evil kings

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Day    Reading  Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1   Jer 23-25 Branch of righteousness, Good and bad figs, Seventy years of captivity

2   Jer 26-28 Jeremiah saved from death, Babylonian conquests foretold, Hananiah’s falsehood & doom

3   Jer 29-31 Jeremiah’s letter to the captives, Restoration of Israel and Judah, Future prosperity

4   Jer 32-34 Jeremiah in prison, Jeremiah buys a field, Restored nation, Warning to Zedekiah

5   Jer 35-37 Odedient Rechabites, Jehoiakim burns Jeremiah’s scroll, Jeremiah again in prison

6   Jer 38-40 Jeremiah in a dungeon, Fall of Jerusalem to Babylon, Jeremiah is freed

7   Jer 41-43 Gedaliah is killed, Jeremiah tells them not to go to Egypt, Jeremiah is taken to Eg

8   Jer 44-47 Punishment in Egypt, Assurance to Baruch, Judgment on Egypt and Philistia

9   Jer 48-50 Judgment on Moab, Ammon, Damscus, Kedar, Hazor, Elam, Babylonia

10   Jer 51-52 Utter destruction of Babylon, Israel not forsaken, Fall of Jerusalem, Temple burns

11  Lam 1-3:36 Jerusalem in affliction, God’s anger with Jerusalem, Lament over personal affliction

12  Lam 3:32-5:22 Plea to return to God, False prophets, Prayer for restoration

13  Ezek 1-3     Vision of God, Ezekiel is sent to rebellious Israel, Ezekiel a watchman

14  Ezek 4-6     Jerusalem’s siege portrayed, Symbol of Ezekiel’s hair, Judgment against idolatrous Israel

15  Ezek 7-9     Final judgment on Israel, Abominations in the temple, Marked for faithfulness

16  Ezek10-12  Glory departs from temple, Judgment on Leaders, Judah’s captivity and judgment

17   Ezek 13-15 Reproof of lying prophets and idolaters, Burning the unfit vine

18   Ezek 16-18 God’s love for Jerusalem in spite of adultery, Eagles and vine, Soul who sins shall die

19   Ezek 19-21 Lament for Israel’s princes, Rebellious Israel, Babylon, the sword of God’s judgment

20   Ezek 22-24 Sins of Jews, Two harlot sisters Samaria and Jerusalem, Boiling pot, Ezekiel’s wife dies

21   Ezek 25-27 Prophesies against Ammon, Moab, Edom, Philistia, Lament for Tyre      

22   Ezek 28-30 Prophesies against Tyre and Sidon, Egypt will fall

23  Ezek 31-33  Egypt will be cut down like a great tree, Lamentation for Pharaoh, Ezekiel a watchman

24   Ezek 34-36 Reproof of shepherds, Judgment of Mt Seir, Israel is comforted

25   Ezek 37-39 Dry bones live, Prophecy against Gog, Land is restored to Israel

26  Ezek 40-42  Ezekiel sees vision of a new temple with its gates, courts and chambers

27  Ezek 43-45  The vision continues with the altar, priests and Levites, The holy district, Offerings

28  Ezek 46-48  Holy days, Waters coming from the temple, Land for tribes and priests, Name of the city

29  Dan 1-3       Refusing to eat king’s meat, Interpreting Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, Fiery furnace

30  Dan 4-6       Nebuchadnezzar’s tree dream, Handwriting on wall, Daniel in lion’s den for praying



Day    Reading  Some Events, People, Places, or Thoughts

1  Dan 7-9       Daniels visions of four beasts, ancient of days and ram and goat, 70 weeks prop

2   Dan 10-12 Prophesies of Persia and Greece and of the end times

3   Hos 1-7     Hosea told to take Gomer as wife, Judgment against Israel

4   Hos 8-14   Punishment for Israel, God’s love for Israel, Repentance brings blessing

5   Joel 1-3    The Lord’s day of darkness, Prophecy of outpouring of God’s Spirit, Nations judged

6   Amos 1-5  When Uzziah was king of Judah, Jeroboam king of Israel Judgment on Israel

7   Amos 6-9  Woe to complacent, Plumb line, Basket of ripe fruit, Israel to be destroyed

8   Jon 1-4 ,Obad     Flees from Lord, Swallowed by great fish, Prayed, Went to Nineveh, Angry that they repented

                     Obadiah prophesies against Edom,

9   Mic1-7      In days of Jotham, Ahaz, Hezekiah kings of Judah, Prophecy of  birthplace of Jesus

10  Nah 1-3   Because of God’s anger Nahum prophesies Nineveh would fall

11  Hab 1-3    Habakkuk’s complaints and the Lord’s answers, Habakkuk’s prayer

12  Zeph 1-3  In days of Josiah, Zephaniah prophesies against Judah, Moab, Ammon, Cush, Assyria

13  Hag 1-2    Haggai encourages the people to complete God’s house, Zerubbabel as a signet

14  Zec 1-8    Call to repentance, Zerubbabel’s hands would finish temple, Jerusalem’s restoration

15  Zec  9-14  Restoration of Judah and Israel, Cleansing from sin, Reign of the Lord

16  Mal 1-4     Polluted offerings, Corrupt priests, Coming messenger, Robbing God, Day of the Lord


The following are the General Epistles and Revelation from the New Testament

17  Jas 1-3      Trials, Hearing and doing, Favoritism, Faith and works, Tongue, Two kinds of wisdom

18  Jas 4-5      Submit to God, Boasting about tomorrow, Rich oppressors, Patience in suffering, Prayer

19  1 Pet 1-3    Living hope, Be holy, Submission, Wives and husbands, Suffering for doing good

20  1 Pet 4-5    Living for God, Suffering for being a Christian, Elders and young men

21  2 Pet 1-3    Calling and election sure, Prophesies of Scripture, False teachers, Day of the Lord

22  1 Jn 1-3     Word of life, Walking in light, Love not the world, Antichrists, Children of God, Love

23  1 Jn 4-5     Test the spirits, God’s love and ours, Faith in Jesus

24  2 Jn, 3 Jn, Jude Don’t welcome false doctrine, Gaius, Diotrephes, Demetrius, Contend for the faith

25  Rev 1-3      Jesus is Alpha and Omega, Letters to seven churches in Asia

26  Rev 4-6      Throne in heaven, Scroll and Lamb, Seals

27  Rev 7-9      Sealing of 144,000, Multitude in white robes, Seventh seal, Trumpets

28  Rev 10-12   Angel and little scroll, Two witnesses, Seventh trumpet, Woman and dragon

29  Rev 13-16   Beasts out of the sea and the earth, Lamb and 144,000, Seven vials of God’s wrath

30  Rev 17-19   Woman and the Beast, Fall of Babylon, Hallelujah, Rider on white horse

31  Rev 20-22   Thousand years, Satan’s doom, Dead are judged, New Jerusalem, Jesus is coming


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