I don’t mean to plagiarize the LCMS Reporter, but I’ll be quoting at length. 🙂 “The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has joined with the Lutheran Church—Canada and the North American Lutheran Church to compile a three-year plan of daily Bible readings and a year-long series of weekly readings on Martin Luther’s approach to the Scriptures.” Click here or below to read the whole article and find Bible daily readings suggested for 2021, 2022, and 2023!
(It started in January 2021, but you are certainly free to start on whatever day you’d like.)
Back to quoting the article:
The plan provides a guide that will take the reader through the entire Old Testament one time in three years, with the exception of Psalms, which are read twice each year. The New Testament will be read twice in the three years.
A reading from the Old Testament, a psalm (or portion of a psalm) and a reading from the New Testament is assigned for each day. Certain church festivals — Christmas, Easter, Pentecost and so forth — have readings appointed for the specific occasion.
Excellent! There is also an article, “Reading the Word of God: A Daily Reading Guide for Three Years” (16 pages) to download toward the bottom of the linked article.
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