THE M'CHEYNE BIBLE READING PLAN

The M’Cheyne Bible Reading Plan. Robert Murray M’Cheyne was a Scottish pastor in the 1800s who developed a Bible reading plan for his congregation. It has become one of the most popular Bible reading plans used today. In fact, this was the plan that Dr. Martyn Lloyd Jones (one of Pastor JR’s heroes) followed every year. The plan includes four readings from the Bible every day and will take us through the New Testament and the Psalms twice, and through the rest of the Old Testament once. The plan also includes a daily devotional from the writings of D.A. Carson and can be found on the tabs to the left. We think the plan will be a great tool for us as a people in 2018 as we prepare for a fresh launch of the CATC Bible Reading Plan during Advent of 2018 into 2019.

 
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FOR THE LOVE OF GOD

Don Carson (MDiv, Central Baptist Seminary in Toronto; PhD, Cambridge University) is research professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, and president of The Gospel Coalition. He has authored numerous books, and recently edited The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures. He and his wife, Joy, have two children.

Each day, Dr. D.A. Carson blogs the scripture passages from the M’Cheyne Plan along with commentary. Click the button below to subscribe to his email updates.

 

 

ICAL UPDATES

You can add a calendar reminder to your iCal, Google Calendar, Exchange, or other formats compatible with iCal. This will remind you each day what passages to read. Click the button below and follow the instructions on the webpage to add the M’Cheyne plan to your iCal.

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CATC DAILY BIBLE READINGS PLAN

You can still use our CATC reading plan this coming year. Download the bookmarks for the last two years and simply follow them throughout the year or download the app from the iTunes App Store. Access everything you need by clicking the button on the right. Our hope is that our people will daily read the Bible to know God and delight in all that He is for us because of Jesus.