Bible Reading Plans

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Free Printable Monthly Bible Reading Plans

12-Month Bible Reading Plan

I love this verse about God’s Word:

“So is my word that goes out from my mouth, It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”  Isaiah 55:11.

Isn’t that amazing?  His Words are never empty of purpose. When they go out and you receive them, He plans to bless you and bring fruit into your life. Not one word is wasted or powerless!  What a powerful truth to claim as you begin reading His Word.

“Building Our Faith” Bible Reading Plan

Did you know that the word “faith” is only found two times in the Old Testament (KJV)? Compare that with the over 500 usages in the New Testament! While the Old Testament gives many examples of faithful people, the New Testament makes the claim that the long-awaited Messiah had come, and this left many confused and unsure of this claim. It required a real act of faith to believe Jesus was the Messiah.

Faith is trust in the person of Jesus, the truths of His teachings, and His redeeming sacrifice on the cross. It is not an intellectual exercise, but an individual choice to believe that Jesus died for our sin. Accepting His gift of redemption changes our daily lives; we become totally committed to Him.

But doubt can sneak into our lives from other voices- the enemy, our feelings, and circumstances. Building up our faith is an important weapon in this fight. This Bible Reading Plan dives into different aspects of our faith that need shoring up with Scripture and comes with companion journaling pages to write out your thoughts, things to remember, prayers, etc.

2022 Bible Reading Plan- 8 small representative pages from Bible Reading Plan and journal pages in frames of navy blue set on a light blue background

 

Gifts from God” Bible Reading Plan

This plan focuses on a specific gift from God each month with a verse for each day. Let the Holy Spirit guide you as you meditate, reflect, and pray over each verse.  There is a companion Journal/Notes page to correspond to each month of Bible verses.  I encourage you to write out how the verse inspired or encouraged you, what you learned, how you want to implement it into your life, etc.  Each month also has a Coloring Page with the verse for the month.

Bible Reading Plan- tiny monthly pages from plan on light blue background

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Related Blog Post:  Resources for Studying the Bible

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Blessings,

AnnMarie

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