How To Read The Bible More Effectively!

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I started to read the Bible with a desire and hunger in my heart to know God and His will for my life. I did this by being consistent, which meant I read each day when I woke up. Reading the Bible in the same place each day was the best way to do this for me. Do whatever works best for you, but do it consistently as you honor the Lord.  I have found that sometimes when I read smaller sections of the Bible, maybe a 1/2 chapter instead of a full chapter, I often can concentrate on it better and in turn get more out of my reading. The Bible will speak to you and your needs when you pray before you read, asking God to make the portion of what you are about to read come alive for you and give you what you need to know.  Another tip is to use the concordance to look up specifically what you are wrestling with or want to know more about.  I encourage you to also be consistent in your reading, do not read more than you can handle, but read each and every day. It is like having your daily bread. ~ Bill Greguska

Matthew 22:29  Jesus replied, “You are in error because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God.

 

 


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It is recommended to pray before you start reading, asking God to teach you what He wants you to know. I have become more satisfied with my daily Bible reading. I do it by thinking about what is going on in my life each morning, and then I look up scriptures in my concordance in the back of my Bible related to the topic in my heart and mind. When I find what strikes me, I read the entire chapter to understand it’s in content.
Then I write that scripture in my journal and then write a prayer to God concerning it. After that, I write about 4-7 prayers for people I know or for events worldwide.  I also think of things that I am grateful for and list them too. Then I go over my Bible memorization of 10 scriptures, which is my quiet time.
I look forward to it every morning; it is how I start my day with the Lord! It is not hard to read the Bible, but if you pray that God opens your heart before you know it, you will get much more out of it. 

 

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Do you want to learn to read the Bible better? The Bible is God’s word to you and me. It’s full of wisdom, life lessons, truth, and encouragement. There is a lot to learn from the Scriptures! I need to read my Bible daily; I read it in the morning before getting ready for the day. Here is how you can get help reading the entire Bible in one year. I may not read as much as others, but I chew on the words to understand them clearly and have God’s work makes practical sense which it was meant.
 
Find a regular time and place to read each day. You will find that your time with God in His word will be one of the highlights of your day. You will begin to look forward to your time in God’s Word, and the Word will be a blessing to you.  An essential piece of advice is not to skim the Bible; it is meant to be read as a cow chews its food slowly and patiently. Do you want to know how to read the Bible effectively? Be consistent and do not worry about reading a significant amount from the Bible at one time, read each morning and make sure that what you are reading that you understand for the most part. You are not in a race to read, but rather to learn and grow closer to God! ~Bill Greguska

 

 


 

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