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What are some one-year Bible reading plans?

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One-year Bible reading plans can be divided into several categories, including: history-based chronological plans, book-order-based chronological plans, Bible-order-based chronological plans, topic-based plans, spiritual-regimen-based plans and Old and New Testament plans. Many plans of different types can be found on the Bible Study Tools website, such as the Thematic Plan, the Classic Plan, the One-Year Immersion Plan and the Chronological Plan. Others can be found at Back to the Bible, ChristianAnswers, Biblica and Christianity.com.

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There are also books with plans in them, such as the "One-Year Bible Reading Plan" by Rose Publishing, the "Daily Bible Reading Schedule for the Year" by eThought and "The Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan."

Plenty of Bibles feature one-year reading plans. For example, many Thomas Nelson editions of the Bible offer one-year plans to help readers complete the whole Bible in 12 months. Many ministries and churches, such as Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Church of the Highlands, Adventure Christian Church and The Seed Church, have one-year plans on their websites.

Other websites featuring one-year readings plans are ESV Bible website, Blue Letter Bible, BibleGateway and Bible.com. One Year Bible Online and Christianity.com both feature reading plans in many languages. The average one-year Bible reading plan requires 30 to 60 minutes per day.

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