In 2016 we return to our Bible in a Year plan. But don’t worry, if a Bible in a Year plan is a bit too much for you, you can still join us at BibleTogether.
How does the plan work?
The plan has four optional parts:
- Basic BibleTogether readings are recommended if this is your first time reading through the Bible. In 2016 you will read Genesis and Exodus and most of the New Testament.
- Bible in a Year readings round out the remainder of the Old and New Testaments.
- Psalms readings read the entire book of Psalms in a year. We recommend “The Songs of Jesus,” by Tim Keller, as a great help in understanding the Psalms.
- Proverbs readings start out quickly reading the first nine chapters of Proverbs. Then it slows down significantly, reading about three proverbs a day for the remainder of the year.
Feel free to pick and choose which parts of the plan you will read with us this year.
Will there be written reflections?
Jeremiah will be writing reflections for the Psalms daily. Occasionally he may comment on either the Proverbs or the other readings.
Where do I get the plan?
You can download a PDF of the plan here.
You can also simply visit BibleTogether each day and see the reading for the day on the front page. Simply click on the reading for the current day of the week.
If this is your first time reading along with us at BibleTogether we recommend that you read How to Read at BibleTogether.
BibleTogether reflections are based on the ESV (English Standard Version). Kevin DeYoung has written a helpful booklet on the benefits of the ESV. If you are looking for a good study Bible I would highly recommend the ESV Study Bible.