Some poor soul asked me to give periodic reports on how my Bible reading plan (see also here) is working. Praise God, so far it's working very well, suiting me very nicely.
What I'm doing is reading three consecutive chapters a day at minimum, plus the day's chapter of Proverbs (i.e. today I read chapter 19, tomorrow should be chapter 20, and so forth).
Today I finished Exodus, which I guess means I've averaged 4.7368421052631578947368421052632 chapters a day (plus Proverbs). I've been able to do it fine so far. Reading was only rough for a few days around my daughter's wedding last week.
But I'm much preferring it over last year's M'Cheyne schedule, which I've done many times. Instead of reading in four places, I'm following a narrative, and getting a lot more out of it. I'm thinking of retooling the way I do Proverbs, though... but not sure how to. It's a funny thing, but my familiarity with Proverbs in part is working against me.
How are you doing with your plans?