Sunday, August 24, 2008

Your Bible

How’s your Bible?

Is it lonely? How often is it opened? How often is it read?

There are many different ways to approach Bible reading, which one are you doing right now?

Is it the right one for you?

What do you expect from your Bible reading? Are your expectations being met?

How much of the Bible have you read?

Have you read it straight through?

Do you take notes to follow up on verses where you have questions?

Do you enjoy your Sunday School Bible study? Do you go beyond the SS lesson?

Do you memorize verses? If so, why? If not, why?

Do I expect you to answer these questions for me?

You don’t owe me answers nor any explanations for your Bible reading / study habits. I just wanted to take a moment to make you aware of your own habits. All of us can enhance our study periods and increase our knowledge of God’s word. Prayerful Bible reading opens God’s word and affects our lives.

If any of the verses I’ve previously posted encouraged you to open your Bible and read further, thank God. If they haven’t, my prayers for you and your increased knowledge of God’s will in your life will continue.

May God bless each of us as we read His word and accept His will in our lives.

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