The McCheyne Bible reading plan has been used by countless Christians across the world. It starts with the ‘four great beginnings’ (Genesis, Ezra, Matthew, Acts) and gives its users a wonderful sweep of Scripture. John Stott describes how he has used it for over 50 years, and says ‘Nothing has helped me more than this to grasp the grand themes of the Bible’.
The plan can be started at any stage in the year, and there is a tick box to check when the readings have been completed. It is designed to be used over a oneyear or twoyear cycle and covers the whole Bible once and the New Testament and Psalms twice.
Several Christian leaders give pastoral help at the beginning to those who want to launch out into the adventure of reading the whole Bible right through. These include James Hudson Taylor lll, Ajith Fernando, Joni EarecksonTada, Mike Treneer and John Stott. Robert Murray McCheyne, pastor of St Peter’s Kirk, Dundee, Scotland died in 1843, aged only 29. His impact in his native land had already been profound; the extent of his influence worldwide through the use of this reading plan will be known only in heaven.
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McCheyne, Robert Murray, (Producer)
The Lausanne Movement (2008), Edition: New edition, 32 pages