Bible Reading at Warp Speed: Bible in 90 Days Week 3
I love to read. I often can be found sitting on my couch curled up with a book.
I can read when I'm tired. Stressed. Needing a stay-cation.
We are starting the third week of our reading plan. For those of us reading the bible chronologically based on the NLT schedule we've completed two months of reading in two weeks.
Can you believe it? I am always amazed.
Now to my tip….
Look for God.
I know, not rocket science. But stay with me here.
We as believers know the end of this story. We know Jesus. We know the need for heavenly help, His help.
Thus, as you're reading the bible look for God. Look for His plans of redemption. Salvation.
Read it Like a Novel.
This also sounds a bit nuts. Read the bible like a novel.
Remember God is the main character. All others are supporting. They are in the spotlight for a purpose…His glory.
We are reading at warp speed. You don't have time to read and study. Not at this pace. I strongly recommend you keep your study time separate. But as you read and look for Him. Look at His plans unfolding before your eyes.
Here's some questions to get you started:
- What does your reading reveal to you about God's character….who He is?
- How does your reading point to Jesus?
- How does your reading show our need for Christ?
Question: Share your best bible reading tip. Share in below in the comment section.
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For my mentees Mondays post will be our check in posts. Let me know how things are going. How did your first week of reading go?
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