Getting Started... - Chronological Reading Plan

With the Chronological plan you read the events of the Bible as they occurred in time. For example, the Book of Job is integrated with Genesis because Job lived before Abraham. The psalms of David are woven into the historical narrative of books such as 1 and 2 Samuel.

This plan is an excellent way to add historical perspective to your Bible reading.

Click on "MONTH 1" below to reveal the first set of readings.

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9 months ago
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a year ago
How can I delete my history in the chronological Bible reading plan so that I can start again?
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7 months ago
Here it is 2022. I would love this feature very much please.
8 months ago
I would like the same feature. I have spent 2021 unclicking the completed notice from 2020.
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a year ago
5::10-12 First Passover in Canaan, kept kept the Passover on the fourth of the month in the evening on the plants of Jericho. And the day after the Passover, on the very day, they ate of the produce of the land, unleavened cakes and parched grain. And manna ceased the day after they ate the grain. And there was no longer manna for the people of Isreal, for they ate of the fruit of the land of Canaan that year. (ESV)
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a year ago
I would like to start this plan April 1, 2021. How do I set this to automate on that start date?
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a year ago
Hello Angela & thank you for your question! Currently we do not have a way for you to put in the specific date to start a plan but if you mark it on your personal calendar to start that day that would be wonderful! On April first when you start the plan - go to the section right above the Getting Started section that says Set Reminders. Click on the days of the week that you would like to be using the plan and then you will get a notification in your e-mail that will take you directly to the Bible reading plan. Make sure that you click on the button in the bottom on the right that says Click to Mark Complete after each reading. I hope this helps! ENJOY
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2 years ago
Is there a way to print the monthly schedule?
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2 years ago
bvjohnson1 - here is the link to the schedule - http://www.esv.org/assets/pdfs/rp.chronological.pdf
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