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5 Day Bible Narratives Reading Plan and Family Devotional

Introduction and Explanation of the Plan and Devotional Aids

Features of the 5 Day Bible Narratives Reading Plan:

  • Read through all of the major narratives of Scripture, plus Psalm and Proverbs, in a year.
  • Read only 5 days per week.
  • Perfect especially for children, families, or individuals who wish to focus a year’s reading only on the Bible’s narratives.

Download this year's plan in PDF format.

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Bible Narratives Family Devotional

The Bible Narratives Family Devotional combines the reading plan, Religious Affections Catechism, and a weekly hymn, along with memory verse, notes on each passage, summary, and discussion questions.