Discovering the Treasures of God’s Word

Robert Murray M'Cheyne(also known as McCheyne) was an early 19th century pastor and preacher in Scotland. Amongst his legacy is a well-known scheme for daily Bible reading. In its original formulation it takes the reader through the the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice per year. This means reading about four chapters a day, taken from different parts of the Bible. 

There is an option to do the readings over two years by doing the first two readings each day in the first year and the second two readinge in the second year, which is  more manageable. So it takes the reader through the New Testament and Psalms every year, and the Old Testament every two years.

There is a daily devotional "For the Love of God" by DA Carson (which includes the M'Cheyne reading plan) that has been done as a companion to the reading plan and is in two volumes for the two year option.