SELECT OTReading AS Assignment, OTBookID AS BookID, OTStartChapter AS StartChapter, OTStartVerse AS StartVerse, OTEndChapter AS EndChapter, OTEndVerse AS EndVerse, tblBibleBooks.BookName FROM tblDailyBibleVerses INNER JOIN tblBibleBooks ON tblDailyBibleVerses.OTBookID = tblBibleBooks.BibleBookID WHERE ReadMonth = 12 AND ReadDate = 4

SELECT NTReading AS Assignment, NTBookID AS BookID, NTStartChapter AS StartChapter, NTStartVerse AS StartVerse, NTEndChapter AS EndChapter, NTEndVerse AS EndVerse, tblBibleBooks.BookName FROM tblDailyBibleVerses INNER JOIN tblBibleBooks ON tblDailyBibleVerses.NTBookID = tblBibleBooks.BibleBookID WHERE ReadMonth = 12 AND ReadDate = 4

Read your Bible in a year

This is based upon something I found at the register of a now closed Christian book store in Holland, MI. It broke each Testament up into 366 days with the schedule of reading the Old Testament in the morning, and the New Testament in the evening.

Due to most translations being protected by copyright, I do not display the text of the actual passage. I am working on linking the chapter and verse information to BibleGateway.

Today is December 4

Morning (Old Testament): Daniel 3, 4

Evening (New Testament): 1 John 3