Should I Read God’s Word Daily?

 
Of course! And you can follow the list below. By reading six days a week (and allowing one day to “catch-up” when life gets in the way), we can read 330 stories from God’s Word! This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it is a way to read the most popular stories in both Testaments. 
 
  • Creation (Genesis 1.1-25)
  • Adam and Eve (Genesis 1.26-2.25)
  • The Fall (Genesis 3)
  • Cain & Able (Genesis 4)
  • Noah Builds the Ark (Genesis 6)
  • The Flood (Genesis 7)
  • Life After the Flood–A New Beginning & Rainbow Covenant (Genesis 8-9)
  • Tower of Babel (Genesis 11.1-9)
  • Abram’s Call (Genesis 12.1-9, Acts 7.1-8)
  • God’s Covenant with Abraham (Genesis 15.1-18, 17.1-19)
  • Birth of Ishmael–Lack of Faith (Genesis 16.1-16)
  • Abraham the Intercessor (Genesis 18)
  • Sodom & Gomorrah-God Dealing with Sin (Genesis 19)
  • Isaac As An Offering (Genesis 22)
  • Death of Sarah (Genesis 23)
  • A Bride for Isaac (Genesis 24.1-47)
  • Marriage of Isaac & Rebekah (Genesis 24.47-67)
  • Jacob & Esau (Genesis 25.19-34)
  • Isaac Blessed Jacob (Genesis 27.1-46)
  • Jacob’s Ladder (Genesis 28.1-22)
  • Jacob Works for a Wife (Genesis 29-30)
  • Jacob Wrestles with God (Genesis 32)
  • Jacob & Esau Reconcile (Genesis 33)
  • Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors (Genesis 37)
  • Joseph in Potiphar’s House (Genesis 39)
  • Joseph in Prison (Genesis 40)
  • Joseph Interprets Pharaoh’s Dream (Genesis 41.1-32)
  • Joseph Exalted in Egypt (Genesis 41.33-57)
  • Joseph Preserves His Family (Genesis 42)
  • Benjamin Brought to Joseph (Genesis 43)
  • Joseph’s Silver Cup (Genesis 44)
  • Joseph Makes Himself Known (Genesis 45)
  • Death of Joseph (Genesis 50)
  • Egyptians Bondage (Exodus 1)
  • Moses in the River (Exodus 2)
  • The Burning Bush (Exodus 3.1-14)
  • God Calls Moses (Exodus 3.15-4.19)
  • Moses’ Contest with Pharaoh (Exodus 5)
  • Water Turns to Blood (Exodus 7)
  • Frogs, Lice, & Flies (Exodus 8)
  • Murrain (Deadly Animal Disease), Boils, & Hail (Exodus 9)
  • Locusts & Darkness (Exodus 10)
  • Passover Established (Exodus 12.1-30)
  • Israel Bound for the Promised Land (Exodus 12.31-13.22)
  • Crossing the Red Sea (Exodus 14)
  • God Provides Quail & Manna (Exodus 16)
  • God Provides Water (Exodus 15.22-27, 17.1-7)
  • Aaron & Hur Hold Moses’ Hands (Exodus 17.8-16)
  • Jethro Counsels Moses (Exodus 18)
  • Sinai (Exodus 19)
  • 10 Commandments (Exodus 20)
  • High Priestly Garments (Exodus 28)
  • The Golden Calf (Exodus 32)
  • God Talks to Moses (Exodus 33.1-34.4)
  • A Wilderness Offering (Exodus 35)
  • Scapegoat for Sin (Leviticus 16)
  • Miriam’s Leprosy (Numbers 12)
  • 12 Spies Sent into the Land (Numbers 13)
  • Israel Refuses to Enter the Promised Land (Numbers 14)
  • The Rebellion of Korah (Numbers 15)
  • Moses Strikes the Rock (Numbers 20)
  • Brass Serpent (Numbers 21)
  • Balaam & His Talking Donkey (Numbers 22)
  • Moses Final Blessing (Deuteronomy 33.1-34.3)
  • Joshua Appointed New Leader of Israel (Joshua 1)
  • Rahab (Joshua 2)
  • Crossing the Jordan River (Joshua 3)
  • The Battle of Jericho (Joshua 6)
  • Achan’s Sin (Joshua 7-8)
  • The Gibeonites Deceptive Treaty (Joshua 9)
  • The Sun Stands Still (Joshua 10)
  • Division of the Land (Joshua 13)
  • Caleb’s Mountain (Joshua 14)
  • Joshua’s Farewell Address (Joshua 23)
  • Death of Joshua (Joshua 24)
  • Israel Fails to Conquer the Land (Judges 1)
  • Ehud Slays Eglon (Judges 3)
  • Jael Slays Sisera (Judges 4)
  • Deborah (Judges 5)
  • Gideon’s Fleece & His Army Selected (Judges 6-7)
  • Samson’s Strength (Judges 13-15)
  • Samson & Delilah (Judges 16)
  • Ruth Meets Boaz (1-2)
  • Kinsman Redeemer (Ruth 3-4)
  • Birth of Samuel (1 Samuel 1-2)
  • Samuel’s Call (1 Samuel 3)
  • The Philistines Capture the Ark of the Covenant (1 Samuel 4-5)
  • The Ark is Returned (1 Samuel 6-7)
  • Israel Requests a King Against God’s Plan (1 Samuel 8)
  • Saul Chosen to Be King & Anointed (1 Samuel 9-10)
  • Saul Rescues Jabesh-Gilead (1 Samuel 11)
  • Saul’s Sinful Offering (1 Samuel 13)
  • Jonathan’s Great Victory (1 Samuel 14)
  • Saul’s Rejection (1 Samuel 15)
  • David Anointed King (1 Samuel 16)
  • David & Goliath (1 Samuel 17)
  • Jonathan’s Loyalty (1 Samuel 18.1-4, 19.1-7)
  • Saul Envies David (1 Samuel 18.5-30, 19.8-24)
  • Jonathan Warns David (1 Samuel 20)
  • David Flees Ahimelech (1 Samuel 21)
  • David’s Mighty Men (1 Samuel 22)
  • Jonathan Encourages David (1 Samuel 23)
  • David Spares Saul’s Life (1 Samuel 24, 26)
  • Death of Samuel (1 Samuel 25)
  • David Flees to Philistine Territory (1 Samuel 27.1-28.6)
  • Saul Consults the Witch (Medium) at Endor (1 Samuel 28.7-25)
  • David Destroys the Amalekites (1 Samuel 30)
  • Death of Saul (1 Samuel 31.1-2 Samuel 1.17)
  • David Anointed King (2 Samuel 2, 5)
  • The Ark Comes to Jerusalem (2 Samuel 6)
  • David’s Desire to Build the Temple (2 Samuel 7, 1 Chronicles 17)
  • David’s Kindness to Mephibosheth (2 Samuel 9)
  • David & Bathsheba (2 Samuel 11)
  • Nathan Rebukes David & Aftermath (2 Samuel 12-13)
  • Absalom Returns (2 Samuel 14)
  • David Flees from Absalom (2 Samuel 15)
  • Death of Absalom (2 Samuel 18-19)
  • Rizpah’s Son Hanged (2 Samuel 21)
  • Threshing Floor Purchased (2 Samuel 24)
  • Solomon Anointed King (1 Kings 1)
  • David’s Charge to Solomon (1 Kings 2)
  • Solomon’s Choice & Test (1 Kings 3)
  • Building God’s Temple (1 Kings 6)
  • The Temple Dedication (1 Kings 8)
  • Queen of Sheba (1 Kings 10, 2 Chronicles 9)
  • Solomon’s Heart Turns From Jehovah (1 Kings 11.1-25)
  • Rise of Jeroboam (1 Kings 11.26-12.15)
  • Divided Kingdom (1 Kings 12.16-33, 2 Kings 17.20-23)
  • Prophet Slain by Lion (1 Kings 13)
  • Ahijah’s Prophecy (1 Kings 14)
  • Elijah Fed by Ravens & His Encounter with the Widows Son (1 Kings 17)
  • Elijah Calls Fire From Heaven (1 Kings 18)
  • The Still Small Voice (1 Kings 19)
  • Ahab Spares Ben-Hadad (1 Kings 20)
  • Naboth’s Vineyard (1 Kings 21)
  • Micaiah Tells the Truth; Ahab Dies (1 Kings 22)
  • Elijah Destroys Messengers (2 Kings 1)
  • Elijah & the Fiery Chariot (2 Kings 2)
  • Elisha’s Miracles with the Widows Oil & Widows Son (2 Kings 4)
  • Naaman and the Little Maid & Gehazi (the Greedy Servant) (2 Kings 5)
  • Floating Axe Head, & Elisha with God’s Army (2 Kings 6)
  • 4 Leprous Men (2 Kings 7)
  • Death of Ben-Hadad (2 Kings 8)
  • Jehu Anointed King & Death of Jezebel (2 Kings 9)
  • Joash Becomes King of Judah (2 Kings 11)
  • Death of Elisha (2 Kings 13)
  • 10,000 Killed in Edom (2 Kings 14)
  • Israel & the Assyrian Exile (2 Kings 17)
  • Nebuchadnezzar Conquers Jerusalem (2 Kings 24)
  • Asa (1 Chronicles 14-16)
  • Jehoshaphat Proclaims a Fast (2 Chronicles 20)
  • Jehoram’s Reign (2 Chronicles 21)
  • Ahaziah & Athaliah (2 Chronicles 22-23)
  • Joash Repairs God’s House (2 Chronicles 24)
  • Amaziah’s Reign (2 Chronicles 25)
  • Uzziah’s Reign (2 Chronicles 26)
  • Hezekiah’s Ministry (2 Chronicles 29)
  • Destruction of Sennacherib’s Host (2 Chronicles 32)
  • Manasseh’s Reign (2 Chronicles 33)
  • Josiah Purges the Land (2 Chronicles 34)
  • Death of Josiah (2 Chronicles 35, 2 Kings 23.28-30)
  • Exiles Return to Jerusalem (2 Chronicles 36, Ezra 1-2)
  • Rebuilding the Temple (Ezra 3, Haggai 1-2)
  • Artaxerxes Orders Work to Cease (Ezra 4)
  • Temple Finished (Ezra 6)
  • Nehemiah Goes to Jerusalem & Prepares to Rebuild (Nehemiah 1-3)
  • Opposition (Nehemiah 4)
  • Ezra Reads the Law (Nehemiah 8)
  • Vashti Rejected (Esther 1)
  • Esther Chosen to be Queen (Esther 2)
  • Haman’s Plot Against Jews (Esther 3)
  • Esther’s Choice (Esther 4)
  • Esther’s Request (Esther 5)
  • Haman Humbled Before Mordecai (Esther 6)
  • Death of Haman (Esther 7)
  • Feast of Purim Instituted (Esther 9.1-10.3)
  • Upright Job (Job 1)
  • Satan Afflicts Job (Job 2)
  • Job Longs for Death (Job 3)
  • Job’s Trail of Faith (Job 23)
  • God Doubles Job’s Possessions (Job 42)
  • Isaiah’s Call (Isaiah 6)
  • Immanuel Demised (Isaiah 7)
  • God Extends Hezekiah’s Life (Isaiah 38)
  • Jeremiah’s Call (Jeremiah 1)
  • Jeremiah’s Girdle (Jeremiah 13)
  • Clay in the Potters Hand (Jeremiah 18)
  • Restoration of Scattered Flock (Jeremiah 24)
  • Baruch Read’s God’s Word (Jeremiah 36)
  • Jeremiah Imprisoned (Jeremiah 37)
  • Zedekiah Seeks Jeremiah’s Counsel (Jeremiah 38)
  • Jeremiah Freed (Jeremiah 39)
  • Ezekiel’s Vision (Ezekiel 1)
  • Ezekiel Sent to Israel (Ezekiel 2)
  • Ezekiel Lying on His Side (Ezekiel 4)
  • The Valley of Dry Bones (Ezekiel 37)
  • Daniel Refuses the King’s Meat (Daniel 1)
  • Daniel Interprets Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream (Daniel 2)
  • The Fiery Furnace (Daniel 3)
  • Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream (Daniel 4)
  • Handwriting on the Wall (Daniel 5)
  • The Lion’s Den (Daniel 6)
  • 70 Weeks Prophecy (Daniel 9)
  • Hosea & Gomer (Hosea 1, 3.1-5)
  • Amos, the Prophet, Preaches (Amos 1.1-2, 3.1-15, 5.1-27)
  • Jonah Runs From God (Jonah 1)
  • Jonah in the Belly of the Fish (Jonah 2)
  • Jonah Preaches in Nineveh (Jonah 3)
  • The Withered Gourd (Jonah 4)
  • Prepare for the Messiah (Malachi 3)
  • John Baptist Birth Announced (Luke 1.1-25)
  • Jesus Birth Announced to Mary (Luke 1.26-38)
  • Mary Visits Elizabeth (Luke 1.39-56)
  • Birth of John Baptist (Luke 1.57-80)
  • Angel Appears to Joseph (Matthew 1.18-25)
  • Messiah is Born (Luke 2.1-7)
  • Adoration of the Shepherds (Luke 2.8-20)
  • Simeon & Anna Honor Jesus (Luke 2.21-40)
  • Wise Men Seek Jesus (Matthew 2.1-12)
  • Flight Into Egypt (Matthew 2.13-25)
  • Jesus Teaches in the Temple (Luke 2.41-52, John 7.15)
  • John Baptist (Matthew 3.1-12, Mark 1.3-8, Luke 3.2-17)
  • Jesus’ Baptism (Matthew 3.13-17, Mark 1.9-11, Luke 3.21-22)
  • Temptation (Matthew 4.1-11, Mark 1.12-13, Luke 4.1-13)
  • Water Made Wine (John 2.1-12)
  • Nicodemus (John 3)
  • Woman of Samaria (John 4.1-42)
  • Nobleman’s Son Healed (John 4.46-52)
  • Peter & Andrew Called (Matthew 4.18-22, Mark 1.16-20, John 1.35-42)
  • Jesus Casts Out Demons (Mark 1.21-28, Luke 4.30-37)
  • Jesus Heals the Sick (Mark 1.29-45)
  • Pool of Bethesda (John 5.1-27)
  • Beatitudes (Matthew 5.1-12, Luke 6.20-49)
  • Teaching on Prayer (Matthew 6.1-15, Luke 11.1-13)
  • Wise/Foolish Man (Matthew 7.24-27, Luke 6.47-49)
  • Jesus Heals a Leper (Matthew 8.1-4, Mark 1.40-45, Luke 5.12-14)
  • Centurion Servant Healed (Matthew 8.5-13, Luke 7.1-10)
  • Widow’s Son Healed (Luke 7.11-18)
  • Tempest Stilled (Matthew 8.23-37, Mark 4.35-41, Luke 8.22-25)
  • Maniac of Gadara (Matthew 8.28-34, Mark 5.1-20, Luke 8.26-39)
  • Crippled Man Made Whole (Matthew 9.1-8, Mark 2.1-12, Luke 5.17-26)
  • Eating with Tax Collectors (Matthew 9.9-13, Mark 2.13-17, Luke 5.27-32)
  • Jairus’ Daughter Healed (Matthew 9.18-26, Mark 5.21-43)
  • Blind Receive Sight (Matthew 9.27-31, 20.29-34, Luke 18.35-43)
  • 12 Apostle’s Selected (Matthew 10.1-42, Mark 3.13-19, Luke 6.12-19)
  • Corn on the Sabbath (Matthew 12.1-8, Mark 2.23-28, Luke 6.1-5)
  • Healing on the Sabbath (Matthew 12.9-14, Mark 3.1-5, Luke 6.6-11)
  • Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13.1-23, Mark 4.1-20, Luke 8.4-15)
  • Teaching Synagogue (Matthew 13.53-58, Mark 6.1-6, Luke 4.16-30)
  • John Baptist Beheaded (Matthew 14.1-12, Mark 6.14-29)
  • 5000+ Fed (Matthew 14.15-21, Mark 6.30-44, Luke 9.10-17)
  • Jesus Walks on Water (Matthew 14.22-36, Mark 6.45-56, John 6.15-21)
  • Peter’s Confession (Matthew 16.13-20, Mark 8.27-30, Luke 9.18-21)
  • Death & Resurrection (Matthew 16.21-28, Mark 8.31-38, Luke 9.22-27)
  • Mtn. of Transfiguration (Matthew 17.1-13, Mark 9.2-13, Luke 9.28-36)
  • Powerless Disciples (Matthew 17.14-21, Mark 9.14-29, Luke 9.37-45)
  • Jesus & Children (Matthew 18.1-10, Mark 9.33-37, Luke 9.46-48)
  • A Persistent Request Answered & the Rich Fool (Luke 11.5-13; 12.13-34)
  • Peter’s Confession (Matthew 16.13-20, Mark 8.27-30, Luke 9.18-21)
  • Death & Resurrection (Matthew 16.21-28, Mark 8.31-38, Luke 9.22-27)
  • Mtn. of Transfiguration (Matthew 17.1-13, Mark 9.2-13, Luke 9.28-36)
  • Powerless Disciples (Matthew 17.14-21, Mark 9.14-29, Luke 9.37-45)
  • Jesus & Children (Matthew 18.1-10, Mark 9.33-37, Luke 9.46-48)
  • A Persistent Request Answered & the Rich Fool (Luke 11.5-13; 12.13-34)
  • Peter’s Confession (Matthew 16.13-20, Mark 8.27-30, Luke 9.18-21)
  • Death & Resurrection (Matthew 16.21-28, Mark 8.31-38, Luke 9.22-27)
  • Mtn. of Transfiguration (Matthew 17.1-13, Mark 9.2-13, Luke 9.28-36)
  • Powerless Disciples (Matthew 17.14-21, Mark 9.14-29, Luke 9.37-45)
  • Jesus & Children (Matthew 18.1-10, Mark 9.33-37, Luke 9.46-48)
  • A Persistent Request Answered & the Rich Fool (Luke 11.5-13; 12.13-34)
  • Lost Sheep & Lost Coin (Matthew 18.11-14, Luke 15.1-10)
  • Law of Forgiveness (Matthew 18.21-35, Luke 17.3-4)
  • Woman Taken in Adultery (John 8.1-11)
  • The Good Shepherd (John 10.1-21)
  • The Good Samaritan (Luke 10.25-37)
  • Mary & Martha (Luke 10.38-42)
  • The Prodigal Son& the Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 15-16)
  • Death & Resurrection of Lazarus (John 11)
  • Jesus Heals 10 Lepers & Jesus with Sinners (Luke 17-18)
  • Rich Young Ruler (Matthew 19.16-24, Mark 10.17-31, Luke 18.18-30)
  • Zacchaeus (Luke 19)
  • The Triumphal Entry (Matthew 21.1-11, Mark 11.1-10)
  • Cleansing the Temple (Matthew 21.12-46, Mark 11.11-15, Luke 19.45-48)
  • Tribute Money (Matthew 22.15-22, Mark 12.13-17, Luke 20.19-26)
  • Widow’s Mite (Mark 12.41-44, Luke 21.1-4)
  • Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem (Matthew 23, Luke 13.34-35)
  • Parable of the 10 Virgins (Matthew 25:1-13)
  • Jesus Anointed (Matthew 26.1-13, Mark 14.3-9, John 12.1-8)
  • Judas’ Agreement (Matthew 226.14-16, Mark 14.10-11, Luke 22.1-6)
  • Passover Preparation (Matthew 26.17-19, Mark 14.12-16, Luke 22.7-13)
  • Jesus Washes Disciples Feet (John 13.1-20)
  • Woe to Judas (Matthew 26.17-21, Mark 14.17-21, John 13.21-30)
  • The Lords Supper (Matthew 26.26-30, Mark 14.22-26, Luke 22.17-20)
  • Peters Denial Proph. (Matthew 26.31-35, Mark 14.27-31, Luke 22.31-44)
  • Jesus in the Garden (Matthew 26.30-46, Mark 14.32-42, Luke 22.39-46)
  • Betrayal (Matthew 26.47-56, Mark 14.43-50, Luke 22.47-53)
  • Trial & Denial (Matthew 26.57-75, Mark 14.53-72, Luke 22.45-71)
  • Christ Declared Innocent (Matthew 27.1-2, 17-24, Mark 15.1-14)
  • Death of Judas (Matthew 27.3-10)
  • Christ’s Suffering (Matthew 27.26-31, Mark 15.15-20, Luke 23.21-25)
  • Crucifixion (Matthew 27.32-56, Mark 15.21-41, Luke 23.26-40)
  • Burial (Matthew 27.57-66, Mark 15.42-47, Luke 23.50-56)
  • Resurrection (Matthew 28.1-8, Mark 16.1-8, Luke 24.1-8)
  • Peter & John at Empty Tomb (Luke 24.9-12, John 20.3-10)
  • Jesus on Emmaus Road (Luke 24.13-35)
  • Mary Sees Jesus (Mark 16.9-10, Jon 20.11-18)
  • Jesus Appears to Disciples (Matthew 28.9-10, Luke 24.36-49, John 20.19-21)
  • Thomas Confesses Christ (John 20.24-31)
  • Great Catch of Fish (John 21.1-14)
  • Peter’s Love Affirmed (John 21.15-25)
  • The Ascension (Matthew 28.16-20, Mark 16.15-20, Luke 24.50-53)
  • Day of Pentecost (John 16.7-15, Acts 2)
  • Peter Heals Lame Man (Acts 3)
  • Peter & John Arrested (Acts 4)
  • Ananias & Saphirea; Apostolic Miracles (Acts 5)
  • First Deacons (Acts 6)
  • Stephen is Martyred (Acts 7)
  • Philip & Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts 8)
  • Saul’s Conversion (Acts 9)
  • Peter & Cornelius (Acts 10)
  • The First “Christians” (Acts 11)
  • Peter Delivered from Prison (Acts 12)
  • Paul’s 1st Missionary Journey (Acts 13-14)
  • Dispute Over Circumcision (Acts 15)
  • Paul’s 2nd Missionary Journey (Acts 15.36-18.22)
  • Paul’s 3rd Missionary Journey (Acts 18.23-20.38)
  • Persecution & Defense (Acts 21-23)
  • Persecution & Defense Continued (Acts 24-26)
  • Paul’s Shipwreck (Acts 27)
  • Paul Under House Arrest (Acts 28)