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Ellock April 27th, 2016 2:36pm

Christians: When was the last time you read the Bible?

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alynn Somewhere wonderful
04/27/16 4:30 pm

Last night. I'll read it tonight as well.

Okie1967 The world is crazy
04/27/16 9:42 am

I read it almost every week. There's always a verse or two that's referenced in Sunday School or another meeting. My daily study, however, is usually kept to the Book of Mormon.

GlockMan1 Alabama
04/27/16 8:41 am

Ezekiel 33:8-9. If I announce that some wicked people are sure to die and you fail to tell them to change their ways, then they will die in their sins, and I will hold you responsible for their deaths. But if you warn them to repent and they don’t repent, they will die in their sins, but you will have saved yourself.

xxxceo Nationalist
04/27/16 9:09 am

Whoa, that's pretty good. I have to admit I stopped reading after I got to the point about the giants but that (is it called a verse?) is awesome.

merry13 Saved by Grace
04/27/16 8:19 am

My goal is every night to read parts of it. Also do bible study books as well.

Brandon2018 Stocks Are Overvalued
04/27/16 8:12 am

I dont understand how it is possible to read the a book as long as the bible. Its like 1000 pages.

GlockMan1 Alabama
04/27/16 8:40 am

The Bible will keep you from sin and sin will keep you from the Bible.

Brandon2018 Stocks Are Overvalued
04/27/16 8:45 am

Okay but I am mentally and physically unable to read something longer than 50 pages without falling asleep

GlockMan1 Alabama
04/27/16 8:53 am

Most people I know only read a chapter or two at a time. You can read the entire book in a year at that pace.

Ellock Perpetually Tired
04/27/16 10:32 am

It's not that hard if you pace yourself. Take your time and don't go "I have to read this whole thing" just think "I have to read this book this week" considering the fact that there are 66 books in the bible, splitting it up by book and doing one a week is very manageable.

Ellock Perpetually Tired
04/27/16 10:34 am

Also listen to it. My dad has dyslexia and he listens to it while he reads it and it helps keep everything in pace. He said its made it a lot easier to do because he can listen and follow the book, but at the same time take notes as the audiobook progresses. I do this as well from time to time and it does help a lot. It helps my comprehension to just hear the words out loud. Especially with some of the vernacular being really archaic and confusing.

10o5t126 ...
04/27/16 8:08 am

Today. Every day.

orgblu10 Shamerica
04/27/16 7:50 am

This morning, Ps. 119:145-160.