A couple years ago I scoured the internet for something I thought would be easy to find, and which I’m confident exists somewhere, but which I couldn’t turn up in my searching.
So, I made it myself…
I was looking for a printable sheet that had every chapter of the Bible listed as checkboxes, so that I could mark anytime I had read a chapter, and keep track of which chapters I had read.
Because I couldn’t find what I was looking for, I ended up brushing up on my LaTeX skills and throwing together something that would work for me.
It’s not beautiful, but it gets the job done. You can Download the PDF if you want to print it off.
Further explanation (as well as the original LaTeX code, in case you want to modify it) can be found on my GitHub.
(Note: If you are someone who is just starting to read the Bible, endeavouring to read the whole thing from the outset might be a bit overwhelming. If that’s your situation, a tool like Waha may be better suited to help you start your journey than this checklist. You can come back to a tool like this after working through a few sets on Waha. 😊 )