The McCheyne Bible Reading Plan will take you through the New Testament and Psalms twice, and the rest of the Bible once, each year. If that is too much to read, you can use it over a two-year cycle by reading two passages instead of four each day.
Robert Murray McCheyne (1813-1843) urged Christians to grow in their faith by reading Scripture daily. He developed this system to help build a habit of reading in more than one part of the Bible each day. In this way its users would grow in their understanding of God’s great plan of salvation, stretching from Genesis to Revelation. It is used by countless Christians around the world.
Robert Murray McCheyne was born in Edinburgh, entering Edinburgh University at the age of fourteen. His brother, David, died four years later, and David’s death had a profound impact on him. Taking spiritual matters with a new seriousness, he began a second degree, in Divinity. He served as minister of St Peter’s Kirk, Dundee, Scotland until his death, aged 29.