There are many different charts and reading programs for Bible reading. I generally use the whole book method of reading. I first heard it advocated by Woodrow Kroll on the Back to the Bible radio program a number of years ago. He stated if possible set aside enough time to read an entire book of the Bible. Read it several times if needed. While it is harder to do on the larger books, it is quite worth the effort to do so. By reading the whole book, it will be easier to see the overall picture of the book and how all the different parts of the book fit together. He said it makes it harder to pull things out of context and helps to avoid wrong interpretation of individual verses or passages in the book. One drawback I see is that one could spend to much time of the shorter books and ignore other longer, harder to read books. I also see wisdom of those that read the Bible straight through from page 1 to the last page. Thing said by Jesus, Peter, Paul, ect. could easisly be misunderstood by anyone who does not know the OT very well. What say ye?