Bible Reading Plans

Read through the entire Bible: choose how long you want to take -- either 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, or 5 years -- and choose how you want readings arranged:

The longer you take to go through the Bible, the shorter each daily reading is. Each plan has a target length, though most days were a little over or a little under the target. To get an idea of how long the readings are, here are some chapters that worked out to the perfect target length for that plan:
      One Year: Judges 9 and 10; 1 Samuel 5-8; 1 Samuel 9-11
      Two Years: Isaiah 37; Galatians 5 and 6; Acts 16; Acts 20
      Three Years: Genesis 34; Exodus 22; Isaiah 49; Ezekiel 46
      Four Years: Leviticus 9; Numbers 5; Nehemiah 8; Jeremiah 27
      Five Years: Proverbs 26; Exodus 24; Joshua 12; Galatians 1

One Year Plan

One-and-a-Half Year Plan (The 1 1/2 year plans include two cycles, making a three-year schedule)

Two Year Plans

Two-and-a-Half Year Plans (The 2 1/2 year plans include two cycles, making a five-year schedule)

Three Year Plans

Four Year Plans

Five Year Plans