Daily Bread Intake

daily bread intake front cover revisedThe Daily Bread Intake is set up to take you in the course of a year through the entire Old Testament once, the entire New Testament twice, the Book of Psalms fourteen times and the Book of Proverbs twenty-five times. The order for reading through the Psalms comes from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. The other Bible readings are derived from a Bible Reading plan developed by Robert Murray M’Cheyne in the early 1800′s.

M’Cheyne also understood that this plan might be too much for some, and he gives this wonderful piece of very freeing pastoral advice:

“If this is too much Scripture, cast off the yoke and ‘feed at liberty in the sweet garden of God.’”

That is good advice! Reading the Bible should always be a joy, not a chore!

“If you remain in my word, then you are truly my disciples.”

Daily Bread Intake

January Daily Bread Intake

February Daily Bread Intake

March Daily Bread Intake

April Daily Bread Intake

May Daily Bread Intake

June Daily Bread Intake

July Daily Bread Intake

August Daily Bread Intake

September Daily Bread Intake

October Daily Bread Intake

November Daily Bread Intake

December Daily Bread Intake

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