How Long It Takes To Read Each Book in the New Testament

How Long It Takes To Read Each Book in the New Testament. Each chapter in the New Testament has a different amount of time to read. Find out how long each book takes.

How Long It Takes To Read Each Book in the New Testament

The 27 Books of the Old Testament should take total of around 18 hours! (plus or minus)

How Long It Takes To Read Each Book in the New Testament. Each chapter in the New Testament has a different amount of time to read. Find out how long each book takes.

Matthew – 2.5 Hours

Mark – 1.5 Hours

Luke – 2.5 Hours

John – 2 Hours

Acts – 2.25 Hours

Romans – 1 Hour

1 Corinthians – 1 Hour

2 Corinthians 1 Hour

Galatians 20 Minutes

Ephesians 20 Minutes

Philippians 14 Minutes

Colossians – 13 Minutes

1 Thessalonians 12 Minutes

2 Thessalonians – 7 Minutes

1 Timothy – 16 Minutes

2 Timothy – 11 Minutes

Titus – 7 Minutes

Philemon – 3 Minutes

Hebrews – 45 Minutes

James – 16 Minutes

1 Peter – 16 Minutes

2 Peter – 10 Minutes

1 John – 16 Minutes

2 John – 2 Minutes

3 John – 2 Minutes

Jude – 4 Minutes

Revelation – 1.25 Hours

However, we shouldn’t read the Bible to just read the Bible. We need to read the Bible to Study It! To hide it in our heart! That means mediate and take our time on it!

Find out how long it takes to read each book in the Old Testament!

Books of the New Testament – Gospels, History & Paul’s Letters

This list comes from Desiring God and the Graphic came from ReasonableTheology.

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