Reading the Bible, An Easy Task and Pleasant Hobby

Updated August 2014.

Yes, we all know that, for the most part, most people do not have the time that they wish they had to read the Bible. To me, the Bible is a book that should be read in a very different way. For the most part, you take a book and you read from the first chapter and you continue to read until you reach the last page.

With the Bible, the best approach is a different approach. This Holy Book takes more than just reading. It takes time, patience and the willingness to open your heart and mind to the truth that is there within the pages of the Holy Bible.

I will list for you some of the best ways to read the Bible, and then I will sit back and ask you to share your ideas with me also. Could you please write and tell me if any of these ideas has helped you read more? And write and let me know what your own creative ideas are.

Good Ways to Read the Bible:

  • Open the Bible, randomly, and place your hand on one page, one paragraph and read just those few lines or the whole paragraph.
  • Go to a religious or spiritual bookstore and read the decorative items in there. (Most have Bible quotes on them), or pick up their Bible and read.
  • Go to Barnes and Nobles Booksellers and find the Bible or Reference section and look for the most fashionable or interesting-looking Bible and take a peak inside and read a few lines.
  • Go to a Bible class and read along with all your neighbors.

Those are all ways to read the Bible. What are your ideas?

Reading the Bible is easy, once you make the decision to do so. And once you have a plan, and a few different versions of the Bible, it becomes even easier. Some of the best Bibles that I have read were Bibles with pictures, photographs, color-coordinated words and pages. I really enjoy reading from a New Testament that has the words of Jesus Christ typed in red. This makes the promises and the instructions stand out from the rest of the words. So what’s your best way to read the Bible? If you have ideas, I would love to hear them. Please share your ideas about Bible reading with our viewers here. And I hope that you find your favorite version of the Bible to carry with you.

Updated August 2014.

Source by Linda A. Perry

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