The Lindsay Bible Reading Plan

Lindsay: (ˈlɪndzɪ) n. (name, surname). Linden tree planted at the water.

Blessed is the one whose delight is in the law of the LORD, and who meditates on his law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water. –Psalm 1:1a-3a

Ways to get started

1. Subscribe to the calendar (iCal, Google Cal, or Outlook, etc.)

2. Use (or copy/paste) this list with dates and scripture links.

3. Save the reusable, non-dated, printable version.

What this is

Many great Bible reading plans and strategies have been developed over the centuries. The Lindsay Bible Reading Plan aspires to continue this legacy.

The reading plan has five principle aims:

When to begin


Even though Genesis 1 is read on January 1, there’s no reason to wait. Jump in with today’s date, and read on.

In other words, the best Bible reading plan is the plan that you actually do.2

  1. Want more? Each Psalm reading can be complimented with Tim and Kathy Keller’s The Songs of Jesus or with Derek Kidner’s commentaries. (I am indebted to these volumes for guiding the subdivision of the Psalms into a year of daily readings.)

  2. The same can be said of the best” Bible version.

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December 21, 2017 · church · bible · the Lindsay bible reading plan · by Luke

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