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Reading Plans

Each morning we read our Bible together as a family. The last two years we have been following a “through the Bible in a year” plan, and it has been an eye-opener to read it all so close together. We intend to continue this.

We have been using a one year plan developed by John A. Battle, Th.D., about whom I know very little. I stumbled onto his plan when I started looking for a one year schedule. It is chronologically arranged.

Friends have told me about the M’Cheyne reading plan as a good alternative. In this plan you read from four different parts of the Bible each day. In a year it covers the Old Testament once, and the Psalms and New Testament twice. A recommendation I heard is to break it into different readings throughout the day. I am considering switching us to this next year and having us each do part of the readings separately throughout the day. also has a M’Cheyne Reading Plan that you can use.

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  1. May I suggest you take a look at this approach that the Lord laid on my heart!

    Blessings always,
    Pastor Nick Connolly

    Saturday, September 3, 2011 at 11:28 am | Permalink

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