I have followed the original Grant Horner’s Bible Reading plan off and on for about 5 years. The plan consists of reading 10 chapters from 10 different books of the Bible per day. People have told me that they don’t think they would get much from a reading plan like this because it is a bit all over the place. I disagree. Because I’m reading from so many places in the Bible I start to see all the connections. I see where there is a prophecy and then I may be reading another chapter and I see the prophecy fulfilled. Plus the stories begin to stick in my mind and heart so much better.
In 2018 I plan on changing up the plan slightly. Instead of 1 chapter in 10 different places, I am changing it to 2 chapters in 5 different places.
Bookmark One: Genesis to Esther (read 1.6 times a year)
Bookmark Two: Job to Song of Solomon (read 3 times a year)
Bookmark Three: Isaiah to Malachi (read 2.9 times a year)
Bookmark Four: John, Matthew, Luke, Acts (6.2 times a year)
Bookmark Five: Romans to Revelation (5.1 times a year)
If you turn to the beginning of your New Testament you will notice that it is Matthew through John and the comes Acts. The reason I have bookmark four with Luke and Acts together is that Luke is part one and Acts is part two. Both written by Luke to Theophilus. I choose to read those to accounts together.
Below are the bookmarks that you can print off.
PS: One bonus to this reading plan is if you miss a day you are never really behind. Just began where you left off and keep going.