New! 3 Month Bible Reading Plan

Posted on: June 10th, 2013 by Michelle Stramel 5 Comments

Just in time for the summer! We have released a “through-the-Bible” reading plan that will help you stay in the Bible during these relaxed months. Our new 3 month (92 day) plan takes you through the entire Bible with a selection from the Old Testament and New Testament for each day. Perfect for summer or any 3 month period in the year.

This free reading plan is automatically available for download on your device if you are using PocketBible for iOS, Android, Windows Phone or Windows Store. If you are using PocketBible for Windows PC or Windows Mobile or MyBible for Palm OS, you can add this plan to your account here and download it to your device.

If you prefer less reading per day, we also offer a 3 Month Reading Plan that takes you through the entire New Testament. This plan is available as part of our Laridian Reading Plans Bundle.

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5 Responses

  1. Peter Schott says:

    I’d love to add this to my account, but see no way to do so on the website. I guess the only way to do that is through the app, then? When I log in all I see is that “I don’t own this product yet”, but no way to add to cart or account.

    • Peter, all free products should automatically show up in your download list or cloud library on the device. For example, with PocketBible on the Windows Store, you should be able to choose Cloud Library from the menu and browse to devotionals and see the item listed there. Tap on it to download and then open it under your Device library.

      It will work similarly for Windows Phone, Android and iPhone/iPad.

      Let me know if you still don’t see it.


  2. Craig Horlacher says:

    Yeah, I thought I would need to “buy” it first too but I couldn’t find it so I checked my books and it was already listed as “owned”. I had no problem downloading/installing it! It was too easy! 🙂

  3. lisa anderson says:

    how do you change the start date? I downloaded it Jan 28,and it says I am 28 days behind?

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