In the Settings section below, choose general settings for your reading plan.
The name that displays if you print or generate a PDF of your plan.
Where should Enscriptured try to end the reading plan each day?
: At the end of a section/paragraph/pericope.
: At the end of a chapter.
: At the end of any verse.
Date Range/Number of Days
You can specify either how many days the plan should take or the date range for the plan.
There are two ways to create a reading plan: either using a flat text string or by filling out form fields to specify your various passages and groups. The form fields are probably easiest for new users, while the text string provides the most power and flexibility. The text string matches the approach taken in Logos Bible Software.
More on how reading plans are set up
Say you wanted to read through the Bible in a year, with readings every day coming from the Old Testament (except for Job-Song of Solomon), Job-Song of Solomon, the gospels, and the New Testament. You would be reading from four different parts of the Bible, which we call four reading groups:
Group 1: Genesis 1:1 - Esther 10:3, Isaiah 1:1 - Malachi 4:6
Group 2: Job 1:1 - Song of Solomon 8:14
Group 3: Matthew 1:1 - John 21:25
Group 4: Acts 1:1 - Revelation 22:21
Using the form fields, you would enter your passage ranges more or less as they are listed above. Using the text string, this plan would look like:
Gen-Esth, Isa-Mal | Job-SoS | Mt-Jn | Acts-Rev
You are not limited to using whole books. You can split up your groups by any chapter or verse you desire.