There is nothing to equal regular, systematic reading of the Bible as a means of getting to know and understand its message. In this way, no part is omitted in favour of better known passages.

To assist in this, we offer a free Bible Reading Planner which has already helped many. It progresses from short passages for daily reading to the stage where daily reading from three parts of the Bible becomes a beneficial habit in a plan which takes us through the Old Testament once a year, and the New Testament twice.

To request a free printed copy, use the Get in Touch page.

To see a simple reading table which you can start at any time, click on Simple Reading Plan.

To see the three-part reading table for this month, click on Bible Readings or to read the Bible passages for today online, click on Today’s Readings.

To see a sequenced list of all the books of the Bible, with links from each to a summary of its content and purpose, click on Map of the Bible

You may feel that you need help in reading the Bible to get the most out of your reading. There is a free course available by email (for anywhere in the world) or by post (UK addresses only) called Learn to Read the Bible Effectively. Request this, and then if you have any questions you can address them to the person sending you the lessons.

Are you sure you are reading carefully enough? Click here to see some common assumptions not found in the Bible.

From time to time we are asked questions on Bible topics. Click here to see some of them, with answers from the Bible.

If you would like to search for a word or phrase in the Bible, click here for a search facility provided by WEBNet77 from BibleDatabase.

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Page updated Saturday, 27 February, 2016