This article mentions a problem with most Bible reading plans, that they train one to expect Bible reading to take a really long time. The author offers a new strategy, to prioritize larger units in your daily Bible reading habits. It points to a chart that shows the time it takes to read each book of the Bible, to illustrate that reading entire books of the Bible is well within our grasp.
Every Christian is involved in Bible reading, Bible study and listening to the Word preached. How should we approach God’s Word? What attitude should we have? This article shows that if one believes that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, it will create an attitude whereby God’s Word governs all of your life.
How can you improve your Bible reading? This article suggests three things that will help create time for Bible reading.
Bible reading is not for your benefit only. Do you know that reading the Bible can be a way of serving others? The article explains.
God wants and expects you to read. Have you ever thought about that? This article shows that reading, especially reading good books, is part of the Christian life. Why? God desires it, your growth and holiness require it, and it is a way of setting an example to your children. God gave us the Bible, and therefore Bible reading is the starting point.
During Bible reading, Christians should have the attitude of someone looking for precious stones. From the scriptures one more precious gems is revealed - Jesus Christ.