I have used many different ways to read and study the Bible over the years. This year I want to get an overview of the whole Bible again, so I am using the Murray McCheyne plan.
Here is a round up of different Bible reading plans – I’m old school in that I like to print it out and tick it off – but you can get apps and feeds and things like that from www.youversion.com
|The 5x5x5 Bible Reading Plan||For those new to bible reading, I would recommend the5 minutes per day, 5 days per week, 5 ways to dig deeper. Takes you through one chapter each day. Read the New Testament in one year.|
|20 verses a day plan||For families there is a great 20 verses a day plan,to give an overview of the Bible – we have done it at breakfast time during the week|
|Murray McCheyne||Whole Bible in 365 days with one chapter from Law, Gospels,Prophets, Epistles. Can feel a little disjointed reading from four different places each day, but stops you getting bogged down in Leviticus!|
|Book-at-a-Time Bible Reading Plan||Intersperses Old and New Testament books in each month’s readings, with the four gospels spread throughout the year. Read the complete Bible in one year.|
|The Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan||Read four places in God’s Word every day to better grasp the unity of the Scriptures. Read the complete Bible in one year. My favourite plan, but this year I wanted a change!!!|
|One Year Bible ® plan|| Another option, also published in many different versions as a hardback