Free Topical Bible Reading Plans

Scripture is often compared to food for our souls. Just like we shouldn’t skip breakfast, neither should we skip an early morning appointment with God’s Word. Each month the Creator’s Classroom has new, topical Bible reading plans that are FREE instant downloads, and no email is required.

Is it important to read the Bible?

The Bible is a living document that nourishes our souls. Scripture often refers to itself as a type of food. Consider these passages:

  • Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God. (Matthew 4:4)
  • I (Jesus) am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst. (John 6:35)
  • Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied. (Matthew 5:6)
  • As newborn infants, long for the pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow up into salvation. (1 Peter 2:2)

These are only a few of the Bible verses that emphasize the necessity for daily Bible reading in our lives. We need it to live and grow spiritually. To neglect it will result in spiritual weakness and lack of growth. The Creator’s classroom wants to help you in that endeavor, with these Free Topical Bible Reading Plans.

Start your day with God

Morning Bible verses set the tone for the whole day. It helps us remember that whatever we have to tackle, we are not doing it alone. The book of Lamentations tells us that God’s mercies and compassions are new every morning. He remembers we are weak and He wants to give us strength for the day. He remembers that we were formed from dust and are dependant on Him.(Lamentations 3:22-23, Isaiah 40:31, Psalm 103:14)

Morning is a great time to ask, “what is God’s message for me today?” It is a good time to ask for God’s wisdom in everything we do throughout the rest of our day.

The topical Bible reading plans

Topical studies are great Bible reading plans for beginners.

Each month the Creator’s Classroom brings you different topical Bible Reading Plans with daily Scripture readings. You will also be challenged to think about what it means to you, as well as write your thoughts in a journal. These are instant downloads with no email required.

January Topical Bible Reading Plan: New Life In Jesus

Many people start the new year with new goals, plans, and resolutions. Daily Portion- Topical Bible Reading Plans begins the year with “New Life In Jesus.”

Photo of January Bible Reading Plan

February Topical Bible Reading Plan: No Greater Love

God’s love is much greater than we realize. It encompasses multiple facets. It is demonstrated in many ways. The more we know about God, the stronger our faith will be. It will also result in greater hope, joy, and peace.

photo of the February Topical Bible Reading Plan.

March Topical Bible Reading Plan: Facing Adversity

March tends to be windy and life often is the same way, full of gusty circumstances that try to push us over. The Bible has a lot to say about how to survive the storms of life. Facing adversity is an important Bible topic to learn about.

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April Topical Bible Reading Plan: Showers of Blessing

There is a saying, “April showers bring May flowers”. We have an amazing God who “showers” us with so many blessings. We have much to be grateful for. Discover some of these blessings in this month’s topical Bible reading plan.

May Topical Bible Reading Plan: Bloom Where Planted

Sometimes our circumstances are less than perfect. To overcome discouragement and disappointment, we need to make the most of where we are in life. The May topical Bible reading plan is an encouragement to bloom where you are planted.

June Topical Bible Reading Plan: Run To The father

June is when we celebrate fathers. Unfortunately, not everyone grew up with a loving, nurturing dad. Regardless of what your childhood experience was, let me assure you that God is the perfect Father. The Biblical phrase, “Abba Father”, is a term of endearment, meaning, “Papa”. God is everything we ever wanted in a dad. We need to run to Him, the one who loves us more than the best father here on earth.

For those who have unpleasant memories of life with their human father, this article may help you. God is not like your father. You will find in “Forgive your parents, heal yourself” why forgiving has nothing to do with your dad and everything to do about you. Forgiveness does not mean you have to be friends with someone who hurt you. It does not condone their bad behavior. Forgiveness sets you free.

July Topical Bible Reading Plan: Freedom In Jesus

With July fourth being Independence day for the United States, our topical Bible reading plan focuses on spitirual freedom in Jesus and what that means.

Photo of the July Topical Bible Reading Plan

August Topical Bible Reading Plan: Friendship And Community

Traditionally, the first Sunday in August is friendship day. This month’s topical Bible reading plan takes a look at the beauty of friendship- what it is and what it isn’t. Your friends really do matter.

photo of the August topical Bible reading plan.

September Topical Bible Reading Plan: Words Of Jesus

Jesus was the greatest teacher of all. As students of all ages head back to school, our topical Bible reading plan looks at the words of Jesus.

Photo of the September topical Bible reading plan.

October Topical Bible Reading Plan: Importance Of The Bible

All that we enjoy from God we can learn about in the Bible. This month we look at not only the different names for the Bible but also the importance of the Scriptures. Furthermore, the Bible is the main way that God speaks to us. Though written several thousand years ago, the truths found in the Bible are still applicable today. This topical Bible reading plan is of utmost importance.

Photo of the October topical Bible reading plan.

Novermber Topical Bible Reading Plan: Gratitude

As Christians, we have been blessed with so many good gifts. Some are obvious and others we may not recognize. Nonetheless, these gifts are available to us. Some have conditions, and others don’t. November is a good time to be thankful for God’s good gifts.

Photo of the November topical Bible reading plan.

December Topical Bible Reading Plan: “His name is called “

December is the time when we celebrate the coming of Jesus to our world as a tiny, helpless baby. And with every birth, comes the naming of the baby. Jesus has far more names than probably anyone else. His many names help us understand who He is and why He came. The angel said, “His name shall be called …

Photo of the December Bible reading plan.

Verse of the day with reflection

If you would like to go a little further in the Bible reading plan, you can join the private Facebook group Women Growing In Joy & Hope. A portion of the topical Bible reading plans are posted every day with a question specific to that day’s verse(s). It will help you reflect on how the verse applies to your life.

Photo of young plants in different stages of growth, receiving water , a cross, and text, "Joy Grows Here".

Digging deeper into the topical Bible reading plans

For those who like to keep journals and like to understand better the personal application of Bible verses, The Creator’s Classroom now has Bible Reading Journals for every month of the year. They follow the same topical Bible reading plans that you find here.

As each journal is complete in itself, you can start at any point in the calendar year. They also come in 3-month bundles with a discount.

Do you know the God of the Bible?

The key to Bible reading is knowing God personally. Through a relationship with Jesus, we are able to gain an understanding of the promises and instructions contained in Scripture.

If you don’t know Jesus, you probably have questions. The people at Chat About Jesus have answers. You can text, call, or chat with them online any time of the day or night.

Final Thoughts

Topical Bible reading plans are great for learning about important subjects as you focus on them for a whole month at a time. They are also an easy place for beginners to start reading their Bibles. Furthermore, the passages are short, most consisting of one to two verses. This makes it easy to read at the beginning of the day.

These topical Bible reading plans focus on some of the feelings we experience, circumstances we face, how we relate to God and to others, as well as why we should be reading the Word of God. Best of all, they are free and do not require an email. They are all in PDF format for easy printing. Feel free to download all of them for your reading pleasure. You will be glad you did.

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Thanks to Open Bible for easy navigation of Scripture verses by topic.

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