What's Your Motive for Reading the Bible?

Don’t read the Bible so you can say you read your Bible regularly. Read it because you want to hear from Jesus, build a thoughtful theology, gain perspective, develop courage, preach the Gospel to yourself every day, be reminded of how much he loves and cares for you and has a plan and purpose for your life, build an intimate relationship with him.

by Dave Kraft at Crossway | Source
How To Read The Bible
Article: 5 Min

The Four C's
of Bible Reading



Word of Life

by Jeremy Camp

How to Read the Bible and Know God Better

Be much alone with God. Do not put him off with a quarter of an hour morning and evening. Take time to get thoroughly acquainted. Talk everything over with him. Pour out every thought, feeling, wish, plan, and doubt to him. He wants converse with his creatures. Shall his creatures not want converse with him? He wants, not merely to be on “good terms” with you, if one may use man’s phrase, but to be intimate. Shall you decline the intimacy and be satisfied with mere acquaintance? What! Intimate with the world, with friends, with neighbors, but not with God? That would look ill indeed. Folly, to prefer the clay to the potter, the marble to the sculptor, this little earth and its lesser creatures to the mighty Maker of the universe, the great “All and in all!”

by Horatius Bonar in his book, "Follow the Lamb", 1861 | Source


Speak, O Lord

by Keith & Kristyn Getty

Chill & Relaxing

Not in a Hurry

by Will Reagan
Article: 7 Min

Jesus Calling: How Well Are You Listening?

by J.A. Medders at Desiring God

Psalm 119:1-6 ESV

Blessed are those whose way is blameless,
who walk in the law of the Lord!
Blessed are those who keep his testimonies,
who seek him with their whole heart,
who also do no wrong,
but walk in his ways!
You have commanded your precepts
to be kept diligently.
Oh that my ways may be steadfast
in keeping your statutes!
Then I shall not be put to shame,
having my eyes fixed on all your commandments.