2011 Bible reading plan: New Testament in a year

By reading just one chapter a day, weekdays only, in 2011 you’ll have read the entire New Testament. Great reading schedule for slow readers!

Join us as we read through the gospels, spaced out during the year, Acts and the letters. And surprise! Revelation doesn’t come last in this plan, but 1-2 Thessalonians, which also deal with the end times. The books are placed, as much as possible, in groups to begin on Monday and end on Friday.

You’ll enjoy this daily Bible reading plan in a printable PDF format of one page. You can print it out and keep it with you in your Bible. Just click here to download: readNT1yr2011

If you use this reading plan, we’d like to know through a comment of yours below. That encourages us as well!

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About J. Randal Matheny

Randal has lived in Brazil with his family since 1984. He teaches the gospel in person, in print and on the Internet. Email him!
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4 Responses to 2011 Bible reading plan: New Testament in a year

  1. thatbibleblog says:

    Thanks for the reading plan suggestion.

    Last year I averaged out my Bible’s pages for the year and realized I’d only have to read 4 pages a day to read the entire book. It was a great experience and I plan on doing the same in 2011.

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  3. I lile this! Posted the link in my Facebook status today. Thanks for your work!
    Roger Leonard

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