How Do I Read the Bible

Why Read The Bible

Understand that there is a difference between reading the Bible and studying the Bible. Both are important. Studying the Bible is a close up examination of a portion of scripture or topic to understand that particular section in a deeper and hopefully more accurate way. Reading the Bible however is zooming out to look at the Bible as a whole and understanding how all the parts fit together.

Daily reading is not about a detailed study or memorization of the scripture but simply an act of feeding on the “Bread of Life”. We are spiritual beings in a natural body. We eat two or three times a day to feed our natural bodies but how often are we feeding our spiritual bodies? John 4:24 tells that God is Spirit and those who worship Him must worship in spirit. We need to partake of the spiritual food God has provided us with which is His Word.

Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.
Matt 4:4-5

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The Blame Game

The Blame Game

One thing we have all done at one time or another is to blame someone else for our actions. For some it has become a way of life. Not accepting responsibility for your own actions. My mother in law ran a small beauty shop. To save her from having to pay a bookkeeper a...

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Lesson from the Old Testament

Lesson from the Old Testament

I have heard many Christians dismiss the importance of the Old Testament. Some verbally and some by simply reading or studying the New Testament. I find the Old testament to offer great insights into the nature and character of the Living god. It shows me how He...

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Trials of Job

Trials of Job

When I began reading the Bible daily I did not like to read the book of Job. Job was the most righteous man in the world and look at what happened to him. I knew I was much worse and feared what could happen to me. Now it is one of my favorite books because it gives...

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