As the summer is approaching I've been thinking about goals. One goal of mine is to read the entire Old Testament over the summer. It's a pretty lofty aspiration, but if I'm focused and organized it's certainly achievable.
I recently shared my Book of Mormon reading chart, to overwhelming response, and so I got started creating reading charts for all the other standard works. Of course, with 39 books in the Old Testament, the circular design I used would be quite a bit more complicated (though I may have found a way around that—it might just take a while).
Instead I went with a fairly simple design with rows of bubbles. They're designed the be fairly easy on the eyes, with a clear font and fun colors.
In total there are 6 different charts. Book of Mormon & Doctrine and Covenants, and two each for the Old and New Testament. The first set of Testaments also includes portions of the Pearl of Great Price which are considered extensions of these records.
UPDATE 2/8/2016: I finally created a chart for the Pearl of Great Price! This chart can be downloaded here!
The charts come in one .zip file containing 6 PDFs.
Labels: Book of Mormon, Scripture Study