What Bible reading plan do you use?

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  1. Jkdbuck76

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    Since this is the Bible study area, I thought I'd see who does what. I'm considering the Professor Grant Horner plan where you read 10 chapters a day...each chapter from a different section of the Bible.

    So do you follow a plan? If so, which one? Or is there one or two you'd recommend?

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  2. Internet Theologian

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    I don't read 10 chapters a day as far as a daily reading plan.

    What I do is I place the 3 ribbon markers in my bible at Genesis, Psalms and Matthew. I read a couple of chapters or so from each section per day. When I've read one marked section I just move the ribbon back to the particular portion and repeat the process.
     
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    My method is: Pentateuch, Matthew, Histories/Wisdom, Mark, Major Prophets, Luke, Minor Prophets, John and the remainder of the New Testament.
     
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    I love reading the Bible chronologically and that is what I'm doing again this year. It makes so much make sense!! :)
     
  5. Jkdbuck76

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    Did you read about when my mother-in-law flipped on the switch when God said LET THERE BE LIGHT ?

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    I don't have a system. I just read it. I usually concentrate on what I will be preaching or teaching on. Today, for example, I read the resurrection accounts in Matthew 27 and 28, Mark 15 and 16, Luke 23 and 24, and John 19 and 20. :)
     
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    I read through the bible from cover to cover, but in addition to that I will read in the same book for longer periods of time. For example, right now I am in exodus working my way through it, but I have been reading 2 Timothy over and over again while reading a commentary on it.

    Usually I like to read Ironside's Commentaries on whatever particular book I am dwelling on.
     
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    I read as the Spirit guides me.
     
  9. preachinjesus

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    I'm currently working through a 3 year lectionary reading cycle for me personal, devotional readings. In the past I've done other plans and they have benefitted me as well.
     
  10. Jkdbuck76

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    Which one? I mean, which lectionary?

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