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Bible Reading Schedule

How often do you read your Bible?

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 ---Robyn on 8/22/07
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Do you know if you only read the Bible on sundays, wednesdays or just saturdays,
Whats that, about 20 verses a week?

It will take you over 20 years to read the N/T?
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 6/18/08


I donot read it daily like I should,probably I read it more on Sundays & Wednesdays while listening to the pastor. Sometimes before I go online I pic kuot scripture to read so i can help others. Above all I still speak to my father daily.Sometimes having a conversation one on one, even if you forget to read the bible is just as important as scheduled bible time.
---candice on 6/18/08


I read my Bible for an half an hour at seven in the morning. Also do devotions around eleven and twelve and I try to read before I fall a sleep at night. A lot of the time my schedule gets interupted but there is a day that goes by that I don't talk to God. He is my number one companion.
---Marcia on 6/18/08


If you are doing it as a duty, then why bother. If you are doing to study and be in God's word to make yourself approved as it says in 2 Timothy 2:15 Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth. I would say daily.
---denna7667 on 9/9/07


the NIV is a great study bible, and a good translation from what i've read.
---alexia on 9/9/07




I love my NIV study bible (with all the notes)but for the closes translation the KJV (orNJKV) is said to be best.
I would invest in a bible with all the maps and archeological evidences - a good bible will last you a life time - and get all the pencils and markers and mark it all up--right away so you don't try to keep it pretty - make it useable.
I date everytime I study a book and underline everything that touches me - I want it to be a part of me -
---Andrea on 9/9/07


How do we decide which is the correct bible? There are dozens of translations. A lot of older copies of some parts of the bible have been found, far older than the copies used in most translations now? What to do about them?
---alexia on 9/1/07


Not everyday! >>>They were holy men of God who were employed about that book which we receive as the word of God. All the penmen of the scriptures were holy men of God. These holy men were moved by the holy ghost. The holy ghost is the supreme agent. The holy men are but instruments. The holy ghost inspired and dictated to them what they were to deliver of the mind of God. Cont.
---catherine on 9/1/07


Part two the Bible.>>>He effectually engaged them to speak [and write] what He had put into their mouths. Mix faith therefore with what you find in the scriptures. Esteem and reverence your Bible as a book written by holy men, inspired, influenced, and assisted by the holy ghost. >>>>A warning: Be careful what you say or think about, how, when, who, did whatever pertaining to God's holy book and His very own word. +++
---catherine on 9/1/07


I do not read my bible as much as I know I should. I do read a portion of my bible daily.I also take a small testament with me, whever I go. If I am delayed in traffic or waiting lines, I can read my bible, at that time, also. Sometimes I pray the scriptures that I am reading. Everyday I spend some time with the Lord. My best times are early morning to read or study my bible. If I read at night I usually fall asleep within minutes, of beginning. So mornings or early evenings are better for me.
---Robyn on 8/23/07




Greetings Robyn. I am an early riser, and I always start my day with Prayer first and then I read my Bible anywhere from one to three hours daily,and sometimes at night.I always like to start my day with God, because my day always seems more Peaceful, even when the storms may come through without warning.
---Cynthia on 8/22/07


Everyday for at least 2 Hours. Usually 1 hour in the Morning and the other hour at Night.
---Ramon on 8/22/07


I read regularly each day. No set time, I just read to the conclusion of the passage I am with. (Same time, same Book, tomorrow in the continuing saga.) I began a few years ago, and am doing it again, typing the entire Bible to a disk. The discipline of making sure I get all, as it is written, is a real help to my concentration, I tend to "get" more out of this experience than simple reading. BTW, reading (or typing) MUST be combined with prayer.
---ed_the_other_one on 8/22/07


Along with your 23 altered ego states that you visit with. It does give you alot of friends. I don't think all of them read the bible though.
---Crystal on 8/22/07


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