I can’t imagine anything more boring than reading the same book twice. Some people will read a book multiple times and never tire of it. I finish a book, and I’m ready for the next. But there is one book we should all commit to a continuous loop.
In this day of moral relativism, you can anchor yourself to the word of God, confident in its truth and ability to sanctify you (John 17:17). You can rely upon God’s word, for teaching and reproof, and for correction and training in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16, Romans 15:4). And, perhaps most importantly, you can store up God’s word in your heart so that you do not sin against Him (Psalm 119:11).
If you’re like me, and hate to read the same book twice, you may need some suggestions on how to keep the Bible feeling fresh with each new reading. I’ve discovered that reading with a purpose keeps me not only motivated, but actually looking forward to rereading every chapter from Genesis through Revelation. [Read more…]