Reading plans are a great way to keep our hearts grounded in the wide sweep of the Scriptures, in revelation of the redemptive work of God. The following plan is based off of a plan devised by Robert Murray M'Cheyne.1 This particular plan is constructed on a one-year schedule, but we know that life sometimes makes it difficult to pack four chapters in per day. To give some flexibility, we are making a two-tiered plan.The first option has you read through everything in a year. In a year's time, you'll read through the Old Testament once, and the New Testament and Psalms twice. If you would like to follow this plan, read all the texts in both “A” and “B” columns.The second option has you read through everything in two years. Year one will have you reading through half the Old Testament, and the New Testament and Psalms once. Year two will finish the Old Testament, and get you through the New Testament and Psalms again. If you would like to follow this plan, read all the texts in “A” this year, and the texts in “B” next year.
You can download the plan, or you can search for the M'Cheyne plan on popular Bible apps like YouVersion, to read from your phone.