“Disciples of Christ abide in His Word. Those who abide in His Word know the truth and are free.” (R.C. Sproul) If you’re looking for an easy way to keep track of books read, I’ve created a Books of the Bible Bookshelf Tracker for you to use. Just color in each book of the Bible as you read it.
I’ve also included a blank tracker where you can write in your own books (if you write tiny).
Here are some other resources to help you read through the Bible that you may enjoy.
I’ve used this Bible Reading Plan for six years now. It includes a daily reading plan from four different places in the Bible and a short devotional and prayer. You can use it with your own Bible, so it works with any version.
This plan has you read from three different books of the Bible in a day, and you finish the Bible in one year. There is a different bookmark for each month.
These bookmarks have you read through the Bible at a slower pace, finishing the entire Bible in two years.
I hope you enjoy this Books of the Bible Bookshelf Tracker. If you’d like a tracker with larger books to record books read aloud or personal reading goals, check out this Watercolor Bookshelf Reading Log.