I’m really curious about how you read the Bible. (First thing in the morning. Last thing at night. Once every blue moon). I often talk about how I read the Bible, and I’ve made many suggestions about how to read the Bible. (In great swaths, pages at a time. I don’t read, I listen. In or or two or seven word bits. A different translation every month.) But I’m not sure that I’ve ever asked you how you read the Bible (Out of obligation. On my Kindle. With great expectation. From cover to cover.)
So now I’m asking: How do you read the Bible?
I’m not looking for right answers. (When I get really desperate. With a cup of tea and a dictionary next to me. I read a bit and talk a bit a read a bit.) I’m looking for your answers. (Out loud, until my cat looks at me. I haven’t for a couple years. Five chapters at a time.) And when I saw “how” I mean when and where and why and with what tools and anything else you want to say.
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Thanks. I appreciate it. I’ll let you know what I hear.