At long last, I’m please to present a new piece of software, Bible Reading Plan Generator.
There is a page dedicated to it on this site: http://www.oakleys.org.uk/software/bibleplan.
Visit the software’s homepage for more information.
In essence, though, it’s free software that takes a list of Biblical books, and devises a reading plan for you over any number of days you want.
I remain a big fan of McCheyne’s reading plan, not least because of its catholicity.
But his plan has drawbacks. Often the sections he sets for each day are quite uneven in length, so that some days you find a much larger swathe to read. That makes it hard to plan when in the day you’ll read. What if I want to read longer passages each day, but only one or two? And what if you want to read the Gospels in 40 days? Or the NT in a month?
Hence the need and value for software that will generate any plan you want. 6 months ago I posted a couple of plans I had developed with an earlier prototype. But now the software is ready for public consumption, so feel free to download it and construct your own reading schemes.