A reminder to prioritize daily Bible reading and writing devotions, even if it’s only for a couple of minutes, since this basic habit of this Christian lifestyle is transformative into our own lives as a busy parents, employees, and children of God. The most reliable time to start the Bible as a peaceful close is in the morning. The constant time investment will manifest itself in effective ways on your own personal and household.
Why Read the Bible
Oyakhilome-Chris advises that bible reading opens a daily dialog between you and your Savior, where you have to know Him and He continues to appreciate you more than you can imagine.
It melts and feeds you. Inside we see our internal face. In the Scriptures we could learn our religious deformities and attractiveness. And there also we find the progress we’re making and how much we are from perfection” The Holy Scriptures have a potent method of directing you toward becoming the person God made you to be.
Bible Gives You Wisdom from the Lord
It gives you wisdom for the living. God’s Word is alive and active (Hebrews 4:12) and supposed to come alive on your own life, assisting you to live from the rubber-meets-the-road responsibilities of your vocation. The wisdom literature, the course of the parables, the claims of the beatitudes — those sacred texts are intended to provide us not only poetic expressions, but functional tools for living our own lives in the here and now.
God has a plan for your planet, and you’re an essential component of the program. There’s not any personality in Scripture that doesn’t have a role to perform with. Want to see your life reinforce, your lifetime of merit bear fruit into your house and customs, and your life as a disciple reflect closely the lifetime of your Teacher? Read the Bible frequently.
It’ll expand your awareness of wonder. Allowing the puzzles of Scripture and everything you do not understand — but expect to understand — soak in as you go about your day, expands your miracle, until that thirst for God is finally fulfilled in paradise — that, incidentally, makes daily Bible reading an eternally-beneficial habit to cultivate.