Read the Bible every day and you'll have read it in one year
Repetition is critical to learning. If you finish this Bible-in-a-year reading program, keep going. You can't read or learn too much!
God will show you new things each time you read through the Scriptures and reread -- it's the Living Word!
The Ten Commandments : Found in the Old and New Testaments
The chart below has dedicated links to each month.
Or, download and / or print the full year here.
* Note: Julian Calendar numbers will be different during non-Leap years (Feb 29)
We suggest reading from your physical King James Bible so you can make notes and underline Scripture that is important to you. Taking notes is a key part of learning Scripture and is handy for reference each time you read the passage. If you are reading a "version" of God's Word other than the King James Bible, please take note of the many changes and differences. God warns not to change His Word and wants us to understand that things that are different are NOT the same!
When discussing different understandings of God's Word, many people will argue they "interpret" Scripture differently. God knew this when He wrote the Scriptures and tells us in 2Peter 1:20 - "Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation." God's truth and God's words are clear, concise and preserved.
Matthew Henry had the rare ability to express profound spiritual insights with simplicity and eloquence. His writings are known for both their scholarship and devotion, and none more than this Commentary of the Whole Bible. It offers his outlines to help develop lessons and sermons as well as highlight the organization of each book and chapter as it relates to the Whole Bible.