Reading Plan Psalms Proverbs

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Bible Reading Plan for Psalms and Proverbs Psalms every 2 months When finished repeat this for the next 2 months Month 1 Month 2 Date Psalms Date Psalms Date Psalms Date Psalms Date Psalms Date Psalms 1 1-3 11 31-32 21 55-57 1 76-77 11 99-101 21 119 2 4-6 12 33-34 22 58-60 2 78 12 102-103 22 120-122 3 7-9 13 35-36 23 61-63 3 79-80 13 104 23 123-127 4 10-12 14 37 24 64-65 4 81-83 14 105 24 128-131 5 13-17 15 38-39 25 66-67 5 84-86 15 106 25 132-135 6 18 16 40-42 26 68 6 87-88 16 107 26 136-138 7 19-21 17 43-45 27 69-70 7 89 17 108-110 27 139-140 8 22-24 18 46-48 28 71-72 8 90-92 18 111-114 28 141-143 9 25-27 19 49-51 29 73 9 93-95 19 115-117 29 144-146 10 28-30 20 52-54 30 74-75 10 96-98 20 118 30 147-150 You don’t need to wait until the first of the month to get started. For example if today is June 13 read chapters 35-36. Proverbs every month The book of Proverbs has 31 chapters so in this plan you will read the chapter in Proverbs that matches the date of each day. For example: If the date of today is January 3 then you will read Proverbs chapter 3. Continue every day matching each day’s date to the chapter in Proverbs. Four months have only 30 days April June September November. Read Proverbs 30 and 31 on the 30 th of these 4 months. For example April 30 you will read chapters 30 and 31. February has only 28 days In February read: February Chapter 24 2425 25 26 26 2728 27 29 28 3031 Every 4 years February has 29 days Leap year. Read Chapter 30 on the 28 and Chapter 31 on the 29. Try to be consistent but don’t beat yourself up if you miss a day or two. Simply start back up on today’s date. Then if you want to you can catch up on what you missed. The chapters in Psalms and Proverbs do not need to be read in order of the chapters for you to understand them.

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