With the Chronological plan you read the events of the Bible as they occurred in time. For example, the Book of Job is integrated with Genesis because Job lived before Abraham. The psalms of David are woven into the historical narrative of books such as 1 and 2 Samuel.

This plan is an excellent way to add historical perspective to your Bible reading.

Click on "MONTH 1" below to reveal the first set of readings.

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@piafinn - here is a link to a yearly schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
@loisgary - - here is a link to a yearly schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
@mswoodson - we have the one year plan here - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
cmountjoy@frontier.com - here is a link to a yearly schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
@28sonia@telus.net- here is a link to a yearly schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
@noleenguzemics@gmail.com - here is a link to a yearly schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
guzmicsnoleen - here is a link to a yearly schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
Hi Gertrude! We are glad you have joined us for the Bible reading! This is a plan that you will need to bookmark and come back to every day as there is not an e-mail associated with this plan. I hope you enjoy the plan!
mgamez1629 - Just checking to see if you have been able to use the Bible reading plan?
Melindasuebogart - here is a link to a yearly schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
bvjohnson1 - here is the link to the schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
I have received nothing but the daily activity report. Had wanted the chron. Bible reading. Trudy Hyldburg trudyhyldburg@ sbcglobal.net
I wanted to do the same...........haven't figured it out yet. It would be so much easier for me to have it printed out for the month.
Is there a way to print the monthly schedule?
I read through the Bible on this plan a couple years ago and am beginning it again this year. I would like to print out the schedule but do not see how to do it. Can someone help me?
I have done this plan before, but never shared. I will participate again, but share this time. Looking forward. Follow Jesus.
I would like to start the study Jan 1 Trydy Hyldburg
Would like to start plan Jan 1
I like to read the bible in the Chronological. Begin on January 1, 2021.
I would like to do this plan starting January 1 & email is vanleest1@msn.com
I would like to do this plan, and my email is rainman3400@gmail.com
I would like to receive the one year Bible reading plan
Noleenguzmics@gmail.com
month 1
I would like to follow this plan in 2021,. My email is:28sonia@telus.net
cmountjoy@frontier.com
I am looking for a 2 year chronological Bible Reading plan. Where would I find this?
I am looking for the same thing. Did you receive a reply?
I also am looking for the paper version with the check boxes. I cannot find it. Where do I look?
Do you have the two page format with boxes to check as in other years? I like to print it out and keep it in my Bible. I've used it for the past five years. I love reading chronologically. Pia
God bless you, Mr. Lowden for helping blood transport!
The screen says click in the month below and there is no month below. The only place I see the word month is to the left under the heading "Getting started..." I don't know what to do next because your directions are confusing. I am an 85 year old relic not a computer Geek. You need to be more clear in your written instructions is my suggestion. By the way, tell Mr. Cole that I have finally found the "Back to the Bible" program on WGIB Christian radio in Birmingham, AL and listen to Bryan as I am driving life saving blood as a Red Cross Volunteer Transportation Specialist to hospitals throughout Alabama three mornings per week. James E. Lowden, jr.