Dusty Bibles

It’s the end of the yet another month and you still have not reached the bible reading goals you set for youself at the start of the year.   Here are a few tips, testimonies or simply just how others, just like you (i.e. me) have made some headway thus far

1) What not to do
When it comes to daily (or not-so-daily) Bible reading, January 1 can be a welcome arrival. A new year signals a new start. You’re motivated to freshly commit to what you know is of indispensable importance: the Word of God. Yet this isn’t the first time you’ve felt this way. You were entertaining pretty similar thoughts 365 days ago. And 365 days before that. And 365 days . . . you know how it goes. So what’s going to make [2014] different? What, under God, will keep you plodding along in April this year when staying power has generally vanished in Aprils of yore? From one stumbling pilgrim to another, here are five suggestions for what not to do in [2014].     (Read more).

2) Rethink your Bible reading strategy. You probably don’t need to hear reasons that it’s important to read your Bible. You  know it is. But you might need some motivation. One way to get excited about reading your Bible is to rethink your strategy. (Read more).

3) Read a different version if “you find yourself all too often scratching your head wondering what a word or phrase means.”   (Read more).


2 thoughts on “Dusty Bibles

  1. I switched bible version to NLT and it’s been a real eye-opener. Still refer to KJV a lot, especially since most verses memorised are in the KJV version

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