45 Topical Reading Plans

Processed with VSCOcam with t1 presetThe Bible is a big book. So big that fully understanding it remains a lifelong goal. Rather than trying to read it through in a few sittings, like most of us do with many smaller books, many people instead read a small amount every day.

The slow-and-steady approach has a lot of benefits, and one major challenge—knowing what to read in what order. Enter: Faithlife reading plans.

A reading plan organizes your daily reading around a theme, so you can quickly get an overview of what Scripture says about a given topic without investing any time searching. We have a huge variety to choose from—57 unique plans to be exact.

Some are seasonal, five of them are geared for more advanced study, and these 45 are based on a variety of topics:

10 Days on Discipleship
14 Days on Sin
10 Days on Worry
14 Kinds of Psalms
14 Days on Generosity
10 Days on Baptism
14 Days on Doubt
14 Days on Humility
14 Days on Glory
14 Days on Work
6 Days on Light
14 Days on the Kingdom of God
10 Days on Freedom
21 Days on Prayer
21 Days on Faith
10 Days on the Second Coming
10 Days on Friendship
7 Days on Forgiveness
21 Days on Government and Citizenship
14 Days on Holiness
14 Days on Grace
10 Days on Lust
14 Days on Grief
5 Days on Spiritual Growth
10 Days on Wisdom
10 Days on Patience
14 Days on Prophecy
14 Days on Speech
10 Days on Suffering
7 Days on Fasting
14 Days on Justice
30 Days on Money
14 Days on Pride
10 Days on Truth
14 Days on the Holy Spirit
10 Days on Encouragement
14 Days on Worship
30 Days on Marriage
7 Days on Perseverance
10 Days on Guilt
14 Days on the Poor
14 Days on Hope
10 Days on Hospitality
21 Days on Love
7 Days on Covenant

January is a perfect time to launch a new study. Start a new reading plan from the homepage of your Faithlife Study Bible. Tap the plus sign, select Bible Reading Plan, choose to read privately or with a Faithlife group, and then select one of our done-for-you reading plans.

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Which of the topical plans resonates with your life right now? Tell us in the comments.

Comments

  1. ESV in a year is good…any plans for a Chronological plan in the works?

  2. Would love to see a Chronological Plan!

  3. Meinhild Selbach says:

    You can make your own Chronical plan. Explained here and it works perfectly. http://www.mpseminars.com/blog/simulate-a-chronological-bible/

  4. We have a done-for-you chronological plan called "The Bible's Story in 30 Days" you can find it in the same place you look for topical or seasonal plans.

  5. Cerna Daniel says:

    friends found some beautiful quotes here forsermons.wordpress.com
    Thanks

  6. Fasting — Feeling a desire and need for fasting but haven't done a topical study on it yet. Want to hear what the True Source has to say.

  7. Marriage

  8. If I wanted to work with a group gathered together, instead of doing everything online, is there a way to be able to print off all the selections for a given topic so people could actually read a physical copy versus electronic? Thanks for any help you can offer.

  9. Actually, any given translation in a year would be nice!

  10. Thank you for this tip. Worked like a champ.

  11. B.D. Butler says:

    Morning and evening study is good for me. Thanks

  12. Helping me to study more God Word is the best gift to be given to me.

  13. Henry Clay Green Jr says:

    Discipleship

  14. Prayer

  15. Karen Brown-Mitchell says:

    I would like the study on prayer.

  16. I would like to study all

  17. Vivian Martin says:

    Stud n rrad a chapter.a day

  18. Suffering

  19. Worry and anxiety and anger.

  20. Alyssa Hunt says:

    I'm going to work the 30 days on marriage beginning September 1- but I need to pick one for now. At least the next 16 days!

  21. Morning and evening study is good for me.

  22. Morning and evening study is good for me.

  23. I would like mornings and evenings

  24. Awuah Akwasi says:

    i will like to know more, about faith, wisdom and humility. thank you for your good work love you brethren.

  25. John P Kamaraj says:

    I want to study all, Thanks lot.

  26. Spiritual growth
    That's my starting point

  27. Au Ferido Sanchez says:

    Spiritual growth…

  28. I want the daily devotional

  29. John Harkness says:

    You had a reading plan for the Apocrypha ? Can it be accessed?

  30. Toni Graves-Beals says:

    I'm interested in all of them

  31. Spiritual growth and prophecy to start thanks

  32. Rev. Chris J. E. Y Gawugbe says:

    l will like to study all

  33. All yet Lust and Holy Spirit being honest

  34. I would like all please to start

  35. Krista Stewart says:

    Lets get ready to rock!!!

  36. Krista Stewart says:

    All please

  37. Krista Stewart says:

    Morning and evening is good for me

  38. Krista Stewart says:

    14 kinds of days of psalms

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