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Hours Per Week Reading The Bible

How many hours per week do you spend reading your Bible?

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 ---Alan on 7/20/06
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I try to read about every night, when my kids are asleep. If their awake, I can't consontrate on what I am reading. I like reading in the Old Testament. I understand the New Testament better.
---Rebecca_D on 1/3/08

Not nearly what I could, pray for me.
---lynet on 4/19/07

My bible reading is not the primary way i spend time w/ God...usually its just sitting in his presence, meditating on him, or worship...but yea i do read my bible prlly an hour a day
---mark on 4/18/07

Not enough, I cannot stop praying.
---catherine on 4/18/07

This has been asked before.
My answer ... not enough
---alan8869_of_UK on 4/18/07

I do not believe you would believe me. Suffice it to say that I have enjoyed a life that has allowed me a great deal of free time. Most of my time is spent studying the word working this blog or on the street witnessing. This coming week I'll be at a county fair from the 25th through the 29th I have just prepared 600 tickets for maybe 600 people who I will be leading in a sinner's prayer at the fair.
---mima on 7/21/06

I agree with Alan of UK, no where near as much as I should.
---bethie on 7/21/06

I spend at least 10%(2hours & 15 minutes) of my day in the Word, sometimes much more. I must sit at Christ's table and dine, typically speaking, the bride of Christ will be a full figured woman because she is continually being fed by His Word.
---Debbie on 7/21/06

my id is rose4966 in christianet. Well i find myself so busy with other things and i really read my bible. But when i see a man of God preaching i get those words and when i have time i go back to the bible and do some reference. Thank you
---Rose on 7/21/06

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