Daily Bible Readings




The Holy Bible is a unique collection of writings expressing, in a variety of styles and forms, the experience of the divine as recorded by the people of Israel over more than a thousand years of their history.

In particular it includes the life story and message of the Jesus Christ and the acts of his followers as they began to bring his Good News (Gospel) to the world.

If you are looking to increase your knowledge of the Bible through study or daily reading then here are some suggestions:

Readings from the Revised Common Lectionary

The Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) was developed on the basis of the Roman Catholic 3-year cycle of readings and has been widely adopted by English speaking Protestant and Catholic churches, including the Church of England. The RCL provides 3 readings for each day and is available in a number of  formats

Hard copy

iPhone App

Daily Reflections

A companion to the lectionary readings, reflections provides thoughtful insights into one of the readings set for Morning Prayer each day and is available as an app or in hard copy


Daily Office:

If you want to include your reading in a service then a really easy way to do this can be found at the Church of England website and related IOS and Android apps

Daily prayer

Reading programmes:

A variety of programmes (including plans to help you read through the entire bible in a variety of orders, timeframes and versions) are available from Bible Gateway

Other online resources

Another great site with Hebrew and Greek interlinear texts as well as multiple translations and commentaries is Bible Hub or Biblos

For materials, especially for preachers and intercessors using the RCL see  Text the Week

reading Torah


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