FREE Printable April 2013 Bible Reading Plan |1 Verse a Day

April Bible Reading Plan

Tomorrow’s a new month and what better time to commit to reading your Bible daily?

No matter what season of life you are in you should be able to read at least one Bible verse a day.

If you are too busy to read your Bible, you are far busier than God ever intended (Tweet This)

The easiest way to build the habit of reading your Bible daily is to start small. Reading one verse per day is a great way to get in the word daily but in a way that won’t seem overwhelming.

To make it even easier, I created this printable April 2013 Bible Reading Plan. Go ahead and print your copy and be sure to share the Bible reading plan with a friend.

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  1. says

    @Edulina, it does not take you through the entire Bible. I sit down each month and personally select the verses. I started last year and have not tracked which versus I’ve used.

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    Edulina Reply:

    I was just wondering. We make small pencil marks at each verse that we already have read. The usual 1 year bible plans take u through the bible, but I personally feel to read and understand the bible you need more then a year for that. Thank you for this nice bible plan.

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  2. Edulina says

    Hi, I have enjoyed the verse a day very much. Does this verse a day reading plan take u through the whole bible eventually? My kids of 8 and 7 are also enjoying it very much, we have bibles especially for reading plans, and we use it as journals, drawing small pictures relating to the verse, or pasting a small sticker like a cross or heart next to the verse. it is so fun and special to open our bibles and see a picture/sticker and immediately remembers what the verse is about.

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