"Visit many good books, but live in the Bible"

My favourite Bible Study App is the Olive Tree, here's a screen shot from it:

Once you've downloaded it and created an account (all for free!) then you can download a reading plan and get started.  But which reading plan should you use? The one that you think you'll stick with!  There's a good number available at olivetree.com some will take you through the Bible once in a year, others will take longer, others will take you through the Bible more than once in a year. I'm planning to use Murray McCheyne's plan in 2016 and hopefully will be writing some thoughts on the readings here.  The plan takes you through the NT and Psalms twice in the year, and the rest of the OT once. It suggests some of the passages to be read on your own, and others to read with others.  If you prefer something lighter, then the 5x5x5 is excellent: 5 minutes a day, 5 days a week, will take you through the NT in a year. Have a look around to see what you think would be good for you, the important thing is to find something that you think would be helpful for you. You'll find more here: http://www.ligonier.org/blog/bible-reading-plans/ http://about.esvbible.org/resources/reading/ And if you really want to stretch yourself, then try 10 chapters a day! Any other ideas?  

Once you've downloaded it and created an account (all for free!) then you can download a reading plan and get started.  But which reading plan should you use? The one that you think you'll stick with!  There's a good number available at olivetree.com some will take you through the Bible once in a year, others will take longer, others will take you through the Bible more than once in a year.

I'm planning to use Murray McCheyne's plan in 2016 and hopefully will be writing some thoughts on the readings here.  The plan takes you through the NT and Psalms twice in the year, and the rest of the OT once. It suggests some of the passages to be read on your own, and others to read with others. 

If you prefer something lighter, then the 5x5x5 is excellent:

5 minutes a day, 5 days a week, will take you through the NT in a year.

Have a look around to see what you think would be good for you, the important thing is to find something that you think would be helpful for you. You'll find more here:

http://www.ligonier.org/blog/bible-reading-plans/

http://about.esvbible.org/resources/reading/

And if you really want to stretch yourself, then try 10 chapters a day!

Any other ideas?