I’ve been quiet, I know.
Book revisions and visiting family (and a birthday! woohoo!) have taken a lot of time and energy lately. And this week will probably be quieter too. My husband’s seminary has their annual Bible conference, and I’m hoping to make it to a few services — it’s always refreshing to listen to good preaching and soak up the truths of God’s Word.
I’m really hoping to get back into my “normal” routine after this week. But in the meantime, I have a question for you to think about. I’ll probably be writing about this soon…. and I’d love to hear your thoughts:
Why should a Christian read the Bible daily?
Because you grew up doing that?
Because it’s something to check off your to-do list every day?
Because reading it daily makes you feel like a “good” Christian?
Because it makes you look “spiritual” to those around you?
Because reading it daily will stop bad things from happening?
Because you just plain feel like you should?
Think about it. Leave me a comment, send me a message. Let me know what you think.
How often do you feel like you should read your Bible?
Why not try reading the Bible daily this week?
Join me in completing the #TTB13 challenge:
Tuesday: Galatians 4-6, Psalm 39
Wednesday: Deuteronomy 1-4, Psalm 40
Thursday: Deuteronomy 5-7, Psalm 41
Friday: Deuteronomy 8-10, Psalm 42
Saturday: Deuteronomy 11-13, Psalm 43
Sunday: Deuteronomy 14-16, Psalm 44
Monday: reflection or catch-up