Reading the Bible can sometimes feel like a daunting task. We hope you find these suggested plans and websites to be helpful in your journey toward treasuring Christ and His Word more deeply!

Bible Reading Schedules
1 Year ESV Study Bible Reading Plan (from ESV.org): daily readings in each genre — Psalms or Wisdom Literature; Pentateuch or the History of Israel; Chronicles or Prophets; and Gospels or Epistles; readings are seven days a week. ESV Study Bible Plan Online, ESV Study Bible Plan pdf, see website for RSS, iCal, and mobile formats

1 Year Daily Reading Bible Plan (from ESV.org): daily readings in Daily Old Testament, New Testament, and Psalms; readings are seven days a week. Daily Reading Bible Plan pdf, see website for RSS, iCal, and mobile formats

1 Year Chronological Reading Plan (from Back to the Bible): daily readings lead through the Bible chronologically. Chronological Reading Plan Online, Chronological Reading Plan pdf, see website for RSS, iCal, and mobile formats

Free Audio Bibles (from faithcomesbyhearing.com): this site offers the world’s largest catalog of Audio Bibles to individuals and nations who hunger to hear. Download your favorite version into an mp3 for free. Listen to a free streaming version online as well.

Find more Bible reading plans at these locations:
www.esv.org
www.BibleGateway.com

Bible Study Aids
Bible Gateway (www.BibleGateway.com): you’ll find all sorts of tools to aid you in studying the Bible, including many online versions of the Bible, key word look-up and other searches, downloadable Bibles in pdf format, reading plans, audio Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, and tools like devotionals and Bible studies.

Best Commentaries (www.bestcommentaries.com): this website lists nearly every commentary available on each book of the Bible (as well as other single-volume commentaries), rates them according to a number of academic “rating” programs and combines the list, and then divides them based on Academic, Pastoral, and more Lay-level. This is a helpful resource for knowing what resources to consider when using commentaries on different books of the Bible.

Monergism (www.monergism.com): this website is a collection of articles related to theology (reformed), Bible study, etc. You can find further reading in regards to a particular doctrine you’re seeing in Scripture as you study your Bible.