Week 52

Day 358 2 Timothy
Day 359 2 Peter | Jude
Day 360 1 John
Day 361 2 John | 3 John
Day 362 Revelation 1-5
Day 363 Revelation 6-11
Day 364 Revelation 12-18
Day 365 Revelation 19-22

angel choir

“I heard around the throne … the voice of many angels” (Rev 5:11)






  • RED  On 11/27/2011 at 8:17 am

    The readings in this Edition, DR, is different than in the St. Joseph Bible and/or New Jerusalem Bible Edition(s). The problem I’m finding, in the DR version the name, some books in the old testament are different than in the St. J and/or NJ. If any one could help sort the names I would appreciate it. i.e. Si=Ecclesiasticus/Ben Sira (is this Sirach ?) another Qo=Ecclesiastes/Qoheleth (assuming this is Ecclesiastes!). Only two I’ve found so far and still looking.

  • Julia  On 01/02/2018 at 3:47 pm

    Happy and blessed Newy Year! Just finished this reading plan and I cannot tell you how helpful it has been. I did your other one last year but this one really helped me understand the string of events and the context so much more.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your work. I have already and will continue to recommend the chronological plan to all.

    May our Father reward you, on earth and in heaven!

    • Lori  On 01/02/2018 at 8:36 pm

      Julia, thank you so much for taking time to write! I appreciate it more than you know; you really blessed me today. God bless you and I hope the new year is filled with His precious gifts, “packed together, shaken down, and overflowing.”

  • Bob Ernst  On 12/31/2018 at 11:31 am

    Lori, I just finished the chronological plan and enjoyed it. It’s difficult to get it read every day, considering how busy our lives are, but with determination, I made it! I’ve never understood why the Bible is not collected in chronological order, but your plan sure makes things more understandable. Thank you for doing this for us! Happy and blessed New Year.

    • Lori  On 01/01/2019 at 11:00 am

      There is a lot to read each day, sometimes it’s daunting! But I know for me, it helped develop discipline and “habit” and that’s been huge. God bless you and happy new year!

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