Robert Murray M'Cheyne Bible reading plan
The 19th Century Scottish minister, Robert Murray M'Cheyne, (sometimes spelled McCheyne) who lived from 1813-1843, prepared a plan for Bible reading to take readers through the New Testament and Psalms twice a year, and through the rest of the Bible once each year.
M'Cheyne was a minister who cared for his flock and devised this plan so that the whole church would be fed on the same diet in the Word.
Today's readings are shown below, buy you can also access the readings in many places on the web, this one looks good, by subscribing to daily emails and also for those that prefer to have things in hard copy, in printable formats.
Originally the (Family) readings would be done with family members, and the (Secret) are intended for personal devotions, but it is up to you how you use it.