Have you printed your FREE Bible reading plan for the year? (TWEET THIS) This is a very simple plan to follow and each reading prompt contains no more than 1-2 verses per day.
The idea for this Bible reading plan was inspired when I was a busy mom feeling guilty about not having time to read my Bible. After talking with my husband, we agreed that reading something, even if just a verse or two were better than reading nothing at all.
My husband reminded me that God can use as many or as little words as He wants to speak to our hearts. I began using the verses as memory verses by writing them on my kitchen window each morning with a dry erase marker. As a young mom, the kitchen was where I spent most of my time, so the window in front of the sink was a great place to write my daily verse.
Whether you are a busy mom, a longtime believer who wants to read their Bible more consistently or someone just looking for small increments of God’s word each day, this FREE printable Bible reading plan is for you.
You can print off the sheet one month at a time or all at once and stick them in a binder or folder. Whatever you decide, you can also locate them on the site by locating the button below either on my sidebar or at the very bottom of the blog page.
Here are this years Free Bible Reading plan in order by month.
I try to read my Bible first thing in the morning, before the day gets busy. I’ve gotten pretty consistent at it. It was super hard at first, even felt like a chore, but with time it’s gotten easier to be more disciplined and my life is reaping the rewards of me being more diligent in my Bible reading.
Have you read your Bible today? What verse(s) did you read and how did God’s word speak to you today?
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