Reading the Bible in Ten Different Places

Inspired by Bob Kauflin’s experiences so far, I’ve decided to begin Prof. Grant Horner’s Bible reading system for the next month (and possibly longer if I can keep it up).

I’ve been reading the Bible through every year since the age of 18, and with a few years off here and there am approaching 10 years reading the Bible ‘in a year’. I’ve used numerous methods from chronologically or simply cover-to-cover, in a variety of translations.

This year I thought I’d give this a go (for a month at least!) and see how I go. The plan involves reading one chapter from ten different places in the Bible each time you read. Once you reach the end of a section you start over. Having recently read the Bible through in 90 days (believe it or not, I was on track up until the New Testament ;-). I’m intrigued by the fact that you read a chapter of Acts every day, and have read of others who have swapped this to Romans for example.

I’ve created some bookmarks, adapted from Nathan Bingham. You’re welcome to download the PDF by clicking the image below (or get the editable PSD here) if you want to give it a go yourself. Let me know how you get on!

[If you have an iOS device (iPhone/iPad) with Olive Tree installed, you may well also be interested in this article.]