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Daily Bible Reading Plan

WEEK SIXTEEN

  • Ruth 1-2; Acts 3
  • Ruth 3-4; Psalm 37; Acts 4
  • 1 Samuel 1-2; Psalm 120; Acts 5
  • 1 Samuel 3-5; Psalm 23; Acts 6
  • 1 Samuel 6-8; Acts 7

This special Bible reading system allows you to read the entire Bible (or just the New Testament) in one year while only reading five times a week. Five readings a week gives room to catch up or take a needed day off, and makes daily Bible reading practical and do-able. Many people have successfully reached their goal of regular Bible reading using this schedule. Further, reading the Bible in chronological order (even the Psalms have been placed chronologically when possible) aids understanding of the Bible story, and helps the reader to look forward to reading God's Word. Always do the reading in the order it appears on the Schedule. So, for example, if a reading from Chronicles appears before Kings in that day's reading, read from Chronicles first. Check off each day's reading and then check off each week in the Weekly Progress Register. You will be amazed at how soon you are deep into the year and still reading your Bible regularly! God’s blessings rest with those who will read, understand, and live by His Word. May this guide help you to that noble end. “Thy word is a lamp to my feet, and a light to my path” (Psalms 119:105). 


Week No.                    Date to Read

______One.....................January 1 - 5                                                                                              

______Two .....................January 6 - 12

______Three..................January 13 - 19

______Four....................January 20 - 26

______Five.....................Jan 27 - February 2

______Six.......................February 3 - 9

______Seven .................February 10 - 16

______Eight...................February 17 - 23

______Nine....................Feb 24 - March 2

______Ten......................March 3 - 9

______Eleven ................March 10 - 16

______Twelve ................March 17 - 23

______Thirteen..............March 24 - 30

______Fourteen ............March 31 - April 6

______Fifteen................April 7 - 13

______Sixteen ...............April 14 - 20

______Seventeen..........April 21 - 27

______Eighteen.............April 28 - May 4

______Nineteen ............May 5 - 11

______Twenty ................May 12 - 18

______Twenty-One ........May 19 - 25

______Twenty-Two.........May 26 - June 1

______Twenty-Three......June 2 - 8

______Twenty-Four........June 9 - 15

______Twenty-Five ........June 16 - 22

______Twenty-Six ..........June 23 - 29

______Twenty-Seven.....June 30 - July 6

______Twenty-Eight.......July 7 - 13

______Twenty-Nine .......July 14 - 20

______Thirty ..................July 21 - 27

______Thirty-One ..........July 28 - Aug 3

______Thirty-Two...........August 4 - 10

______Thirty-Three........August 11 - 17

______Thirty-Four..........August 18 - 24

______Thirty-Five ..........August 25 - 31

______Thirty-Six ............September 1 - 7

______Thirty-Seven.......September 8 - 14

______Thirty-Eight.........September 15 - 21

______Thirty-Nine .........September 22 - 28

______Forty ...................Sept 29 - Oct 5

______Forty-One ...........October 6 - 12

______Forty-Two............October 13 - 19

______Forty-Three.........October 20 - 26

______Forty-Four...........Oct 27 - Nov 2

______Forty-Five ...........November 3 - 9

______Forty-Six .............November 10 - 16

______Forty-Seven........November 17 - 23

______Forty-Eight..........November 24 - 30

______Forty-Nine ..........December 1 - 7

______Fifty ....................December 8 - 14

______Fifty-One.............December 15 - 21

______Fifty-Two .............December 22 - 28

Book of the Month

Jesus said, "Let the children come to me; do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God" (Mark 10:14). Is this a verse in support of baptizing children who make a profession of faith in Christ as most evangelicals have supposed? If it is, why is it that so many of the children we baptize grow up to show little if any fruit of having been genuinely converted? Why do so many walk away from Christianity once they gain independence from the home? In Do Not Hinder Them, author and evangelist Justin Peters presents a compelling biblical case that both the nature of children and the nature of salvation warrant extreme caution before we baptize children who have made intellectual assent to the basics of the Gospel. Do Not Hinder Them encourages parents to teach their children the Gospel but also provides strong biblical and theological reasons to wait until they are older before following through with baptism.