Weekly Bible Reading

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This page is updated weekly with the current bible reading schedule. I usually update on Fridays to provide the next week’s reading.

This reading plan includes portions of the Torah, the Prophets & Writings, and from the Apostles, with special readings for Shabbat (Sabbaths), feasts and special days.

Every Saturday morning at 7 am central time, you can find a video of me reading the scriptures for that day on my YouTube channel.

Bible Reading Schedule for September 22nd – 30th

Deuteronomy 32:29-39
Zechariah 6-7
2 Chronicles 28
Revelation 13

Saturday “Sabbath of Return”:
Deuteronomy 32:40-52
Hosea 14:1-9
Micah 7:18-20
Joel 2:15-27
Hebrews 12:1-17

Sunday (Yom Kippur – Day of Atonement Eve):
Leviticus 22:26-33
Zechariah 8
2 Chronicles 29:1-19
Revelation 14

Monday (Yom Kippur – Day of Atonement – Shabbat, Fast):
Leviticus 16
Numbers 29:7-11
Isaiah 57:14-58:14
James/Jacob 4:1-12
Leviticus 18
Book of Jonah
Micah 7:18-20
2 Peter 3:9-14

Leviticus 23:1-3
Zechariah 9
2 Chronicles 29:20-36
Revelation 15

Leviticus 23:4-8
Zechariah 10
2 Chronicles 30
Revelation 16

Leviticus 23:9-14
Zechariah 11
2 Chronicles 31
Revelation 17

Leviticus 23:15-22
Zechariah 12
2 Chronicles 32
Revelation 18:1-13

Saturday (Sukkot Day 1 – Tabernacles):
Leviticus 23:23-44
Numbers 29:12-16
Zechariah 14
Revelation 7:9-17

Print This Week’s Schedule Here:

September 24-30

Looking ahead:


If you find yourself getting behind in the readings, the Daily Bread for Busy Moms podcast is a great way for you to listen to the readings as you go about your day. It is available on iTunes and SoundCloud.

Bible Versions

I am frequently asked what bibles I use.

My favorite bible is the Complete Jewish Study Bible (CJB). It is a Christian bible with Hebrew context as well as articles and essays that go into cultural and historical context, explaining customs, idioms and more. It can be challenging for some, as it uses the original Hebrew names of people & places. It is available in Hardcover on Amazon, and in many variations at ChristianBook.

I also like the Tree of Life Version (TLV.) It uses some of the Hebrew names, while keeping many of the “English” versions that most are accustomed to.

For a traditional English/American bible, my preferred one is the NASB-95. I often study with a bible dictionary and concordance, and from my experience, the NASB-95 does a good job of accurately translating from the original language.

More Reading Plan Options

I have three more bible reading plans available here on the website.

All of these reading plans are completely free, and the other three plans have no dates on them. That way you can start any time you like, and if you miss a day, there’s no pressure. Simply pick up where you left off and keep on going.

All three of the bible reading plans take you through the entire bible in a year, simply in different ways.

Click Here to See More Bible Reading Plans

Some Previous Weeks’ Schedules:

September 17-23

September 10 -16

September 3 – 9

August 27 – September 2

August 20 – 26

August 13 – 19

August 6 – 12

July 30 – August 5