Daily reading plans

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Cross connect contains several reading plans and each is carefully designed to evenly distribute the reading over the selected plan period. Some reading plans contain a lot of variation in reading whereas others are simply to read from the beginning to the end.

The amount of time you will spend reading each day is the following based on the average reading speed of 200 words per minute.

Reading load Minutes/day
Read the Bible in 1 year 11
Read the Bible in 6 months 22
Read the Bible in 3 months 44
Read the New Testement in 90 days 10
Read the New Testement in 60 days 15
Read the New Testement in 30 days 30
Read the New Testement, Psalms and Proverbs in 1 year 4

Cross connect contains the following reading plans:


Straight through the bible

This goes straight through the bible from the beginning to the end. The advantages of this plan is that you get a maximum amount of continuity in your reading but a minimum amount of variation.
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The Old and New Testement each day

This plan gives you reading from the Old and New Testement each day when possible. Therefore the continuity is very good and the variation is good.
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By topic

This is designed to give you good variation but still keep a good reading continuity. However the reading loads for each day vary greatly. The bible is divided into the topics “Epistles, law, poetry, Psalms, Gospels, History and prophecy.” Then each day of the week you read from a different topic.
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By random chapters

This gives maximum variation however no continuity. You will get several chapters each day to read and they are all from random parts of the bible. This is great for people who know the bible and want variation.
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The New Testement, Psalms and Proverbs

This is an easy reading plan. You get about one chapter per day reading straight through the New Testement and then Psalms and Proverbs under the course of a year.
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Read the New Testement straight through

This is a reading course for the New Testement only from the beginning to the end
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The bible in chronological order

Many chapters in the Bible are not in chronological order and many books of the Bible repeat information that is in other books of the Bible thereby creating an overlapping of information and events that are out of order. This sets the Bible chapterwize in complete chronological order.
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The New Testement in chronological order

Many chapters in the New Testement are not in chronological order and many books of the New Testement repeat information that is in other books of the New Testement thereby creating an overlapping of information and events that are out of order. This sets the New Testement chapterwize in complete chronological order.
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3 Comments - Leave a comment
  1. Ngwamah says:

    Si vous savez combien la découverte de cette bible en ligne me fait du bien. Téléchargements facile et compatible à mon Windows phone. Rechercher de références bibliques rapides et faciles.Quoique je n’aie pas encore tout maitriser. Je me sens satisfait. Je veux endecouvrir d’avantage et en partager avec autrui. Sans oublier de soutenir l’effort de l’évangélisation. Fois bleess toi. Alexis

  2. Connie Cox says:

    These reading plans still have many bugs in them. they do not go to the right dates and many times do not go to the right size font. I am still using them but it does try my patience. I use the chronological type.

    Today I finally had to go to Gen 1:1 and day by day find the right day. It was day 99!!! So I had to hit the next button 99 times!!!

    • admin says:

      Hi Connie!
      Sorry about the bugs. Next time this happens, then go to the “Choose Book” menu, the icon of a folder with an arrow pointing downwards. Then you can choose exactly which day of the year you will see.
      /Thomas

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