INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CORNER
Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path. Psalm 119:105
The Bible is a big book. Usually people try to read it a little bit at a time, instead of all at once. The pdf file below has a circle for every chapter in the Bible. (Chapters in the Bible are much shorter than chapters in other books.) This chart is a way that you can keep track of what parts of the Bible you have read so far, and what parts you have not read yet. There is no right or wrong way to read the Bible, and there are no rules for how much you have to read in a certain amount of time. At the bottom of this chart, it explains how many chapters you would need to read each day to read the whole Bible in a year. However, God never made a rule about how much of the Bible we had to read each day. He didn’t even say that we have to read it every day. But reading the Bible isn’t about doing something because we are supposed to do it: it is about reading it for fun, so that we can better understand God and what he wants to see in our lives.
Simple questions to help you apply God’s Word to your life