There are four ways to read the Word of GOD.
The way most believers read the Word of GOD is the way they have been taught the Word of GOD. This is the way their Pastor, church, denomination or a teacher teaches the Word of GOD. This type of reading does not bring forth true revelation of the Holy Spirit. When the Holy Spirit brings forth a revelation contrary to what some have been taught it is rejected and the truth is lost.
Another way is to read the Word of GOD with the intellect. Intellectual reading of the Word of GOD only brings forth an intellectual revelation and not a true revelation from the Holy Spirit. When the Holy Spirit bring forth a true revelation it is rejected for the intellectual revelation and is not a true revelation of the Word of GOD.
Reading the Word of GOD the way it is actually written brings forth true revelation that is for the One True God (Yehwah). This revelation will always be in context and a true revelation from the Holy Spirit.
The greatest depth of reading the Word of GOD is reading it in context of the culture and time of which it was written. Most believers have not been taught the true context and culture of which the Scriptures were written.
This Scripture reading helps to see the root of the New Covenant is rooted in the Old Covenant. As the believer reads through the Old Covenant column, it takes the reader through the 5 Books of Moses to the end of Ruth. Then it leads the reader through the Books of the Kings of Judea and Israel and the Books of Chronicles. (The Books of Kings are written from a prophet’s perspective. While, the Books of Chronicle are written from a Priestly perspective and centered on Judea and Her Kings.) The Books of Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs (Solomon) are included to fill each six months.
The Column of the Prophets incorporates all the other books of the Old Covenant except Psalms and Proverbs.
The column of Psalm will take the reader through the Books of Psalms six times a year. The Books of Psalms are not just song and praises they have the wisdom of the One True God incorporated into many of the Psalms. Reading Psalms daily will help the reader to gain some of the wisdom of God.
Proverbs has 31 chapters. Seven of the twelve months have 31 day, thus, one chapter for each day of the month. The Chapters of Proverbs are collated to the days of each month.
Proverbs is the wisdom of GOD. When read daily, the reader gains the wisdom of the One True God (Yehwah).
The column of the Gospels includes the Book of Acts and the Revelation of Jesus Christ. The reader will complete this column every two months.
The Column of Epistles includes all the Epistle of the New Covenant. The reader will complete this column every two months.
This mixer of Scriptures will allow the reader to see the Old Covenant incorporated into the New Covenant. This is important for the believer to see the importance of the wholeness of the Scriptures rather than just the New Covenant.