Reading the Bible with a singular focus causes spiritual eye strain. Here’s how to see the Bible through multi-focal lenses and experience greater benefits.
I used to dutifully have daily devotions so I could check the box on my Bible reading plan. But my time in God’s Word lacked delight. The Gospel changed that.
I wore my devotional diligence as a badge of honor, but it was actually a Pharisaical robe. When I learned what true righteousness looks like, things changed.
Is your Bible reading delightful, or is it a duty or drudgery? There’s value in a Bible reading plan that spans the whole Bible, but giving it up helped me.
It’s actually possible for you to spend time in God’s Word consistently over the busy holiday season. These 15 tips & ideas can be adapted to fit your needs.
A Wield The Word reader asked about difficulty focusing, being overwhelmed, and the feeling that God’s Word isn’t sinking in. Here’s my response.
Which one is more important – Bible reading or Bible study? Read the Bible for breadth, study it for depth. Learn how and why in this post.
It’s hard to read the Bible when you find it boring or hard to understand. Learning to love God’s Word is possible!
Knowledge of the Bible is not necessarily an expression of love for God. We are called to more than that. What does it look to become a doer of the Word?