This post details in a short, simple, and to the point way why you need to read your Bible. You cannot argue with the three reasons presented. I quote from science, a book, and the Bible, plus throw in some common sense.
This post is for everyone who is afraid to read their Bible. Afraid you’re not smart enough or won’t understand it. Reading through messages and emails, I pulled out a couple of consistent concerns when it comes to reading our Bible and fear topped the list BY FAR. Who wants you afraid, God or the enemy?
21 Days of Mercy, a new Scripture Journal Printables design that not only pulls familiar Write the Word Scriptures but also contains verses from the Apocryphal Books of the Bible so this Scripture Journal Printable is an answered prayer for Catholic who want to write the Word including all 73 Bible Books.
How about a free Bible journaling, verse mapping, and Bible study set of pages for a study of the Books of Timothy? These are totally free downloads for email subscribers. I printed mine off and had them coil bound at the local office supply store.
Reading about Ezra revealed three things we need to set our hearts on. Read through this short list and reflect on what your heart is set on and ponder how you can improve and then be determined–you’ll understand more when you read.
The widow woman in 2 Kings tells the Prophet Elish she has nothing, except…and that nothing turns out to be her miracle. What don’t you have…that’s waiting to be turned into your miracle?