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

How Long It Takes To Read Each Book in the Old Testament. Each chapter in the Old 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 Old Testament

The 39 Books of the Old Testament should take total of around 55 hours! (plus or minus)

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

Genesis – 3.5 Hours

Exodus – 3 Hours

Leviticus – 2 Hours

Numbers – 3 Hours

Deuteronomy – 2.5 Hours

Joshua – 1.75 Hours

Judges – Judges 1.75 Hours

Ruth – 15 Minutes

1 Samuel & 2 Samuel – 4 Hours

1 Kings & 2 Kings – 4.25 Hours

1 Chronicles & 2 Chronicles – 4.5 Hours

Ezra – 40 Minutes

Nehemiah – 1 Hour

Esther – 30 Minutes

Job – 1.75 Hours

Psalms – 5 Hours

Proverbs – 1.75 Hours

Ecclesiastics – 30 Minutes

Song of Salomon – 20 Minutes

Isaiah – 3.75 Hours

Jeremiah – 4 Hours

Lamination – 20 Minutes

Ezekiel – 3.75 Hours

Daniel – 1.25 Hours

Hosea – 30 Minutes

Joel – 12 Minutes

Amos – 25 Minutes

Obadiah – 4 Minutes

Jonah – 8 Minutes

Micah – 20 Minutes

Nahum – 8 Minutes

Habakkuk – 9 Minutes

Zephaniah – 10 Minutes

Haggai – 7 Minutes

Zechariah – 40 Minutes

Malachi – 11 Minutes

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 New Testament!

Books of the Old Testament – Law, History and Poetry

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

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