How do you study the Bible?

@debrakcarey (19923)
United States
June 13, 2009 11:44pm CST
Are you a daily reader of the scriptures? Or do you only pick up your Bible on Sundays and Wednesdays? Do you read a portion and then dig into the meaning? Or do you just read and meditate on it? What do you think about the idea that someday soon we may not be allowed to study or speak about God's Word. Do you think the Bible is inspired of God...and useful to live your life by? Necessary to live your life by?
3 responses
@peavey (16879)
• United States
20 Jun 09
I read the Bible almost every day. Sometimes I meditate on what I've read; other times the words strike deep so that I don't need to take the time to mull them over. Other times, I become interested in something and dig in to find out more about it. Yes, I do think the Bible is the inspired word of God. It's a guiding light that we need to live peacefully and fully in Christ.
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
21 Jun 09
I read daily too. On my days off work...I dig in to a topic. I like to use a Strong's Exhaustive Concordance to find the meaning of the original words written. It makes the meaning so much clearer.
@Philbo (579)
• Canada
14 Jun 09
I read daily when I begin my day. Just start at one end and keep going. Then when I get all the way through, I start over. I will research specific subjects when I have a question I'm looking for an answer to but most of the time it is just reading.
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
15 Jun 09
When I first began reading the Bible that is what I did too. Then after reading it through a couple of times, I began to study specific topics...in depth.
• Philippines
14 Jun 09
I started reading the bible last year and I read I plan reading it cover to cover so I can understand and know the life of Jesus Christ on earth . Also I want to meditate on his words so that I can live only to what is right and according to His teachings.
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
14 Jun 09
That's great Leiann! How far have you gotten?