Michael Kelley posted a caution on rushing through a one-year Bible reading plan (taken from Spurgeon and augmented). I agree. I tend to either rush to keep up, or skip taking the time I need to take to ask and answer questions and meditate on what I'm reading when I follow a one-year Bible reading plan.
For this reason, I came up with a 180-week (that's three-and-a-half years) Bible reading plan. It moves slow enough I can stop to ask questions (and answer them) as needed. If I knew how to attach a copy to this blog, I would. As it is, I don't know how to do that, or how to upload the file to a web server and link to it. (Where's a teenager when you need one?)
Not knowing how to do this makes everything below an experiment with a high probability of (as my boys would say) an 'epic fail'. But I'll try anyway.
If this works because I'm lucky, here are two files. The first is a PDF file of a generic bible reading checklist. The second is an MS Excel file of my 180-week reading plan. (I like the Excel version the best for printing...it is easier to format to fit on a page.)
File 1- PDF generic Bible reading plan
File 2- MS Excel file- Time, Times, and Half a Time
I sure hope these work. If the links don't work, send me a comment saying so, and I'll try plan B (when I think of what it might be). If they do work, send me a comment saying so, and I'll try to remember how I did this the first time for the next time it happens.