I recently made some minor corrections in my schedule for reading through the Bible in Chronological, Historical order, and here is the corrected copy that I’ll be using in the coming year as we go through the Bible in lessons, podcasts, and videos. CLICK HERE or on the image to download them.
There are schedules that are numbered and not dated, ones dated that you can use any year, and then ones that are dated. The numbered ones are useful if you start at a time other than the first of the year. The dated ones work well for starting at the beginning of the year. I personally download one of them and then like to highlight Sundays. That isn’t necessary for you to do, but it helps me keep track.
In addition to the minor corrections, the schedules are in two sizes, one is 4-full pages each if you want to download and use them in a notebook along with the journal pages.
I also made condensed schedules that are contained on two instead of four pages. If you have a printer that prints on both sides of the paper you can fit the entire schedule on one piece of paper. This works well for you to make one-page reading schedules for yourself or for your church. You can make copies of any you’d like and share them.
Below is a podcast and links to a video of the reasons why I put the books in the order I did. All of it still applies in spite of my minor corrections. Please take a few minutes to watch the video if you haven’t as yet. I think the reasons why the readings are arranged the way they are is important for you to understand and it is somewhat different than other chronological schedules. Below them is a copy of the text for both.
Below is a Podcast on why I put the books into the order I put them in.
Click on the image below to go to a video that explains why I put them in the order I did. After the video is a transcript of the podcast and video if you prefer to read the reasons for the schedule being in the way it is.