May God bless you for growth in the faith through the Bible. Take up and read, dear friend.
Category: Bible Reading
Stick with reading your Bible regularly. Don’t let it go. Jesus is displayed in his glory in the text. Savor what it tells you, what it teaches you. You have been called into the faith, into learning Christ as a lifelong endeavor. Seek him in the pages, and you will find he is most glorious indeed.
God has so written the Bible in such a way that it accomplishes his great and glorious purposes, even in the normal patterns of life for everyday people. He molds you and shapes you through what you read in the Scriptures.It is a book which truly does change you for the better.
There are many things for the new Christian to learn. There is familiarity with a broad range of Bible stories. There is special vocabulary to learn. It’s not an insult to your intelligence to recognize that it takes time to pick up on all of these things. It is not simply or only a matter of having a body of knowledge. The life of a Christian is described frequently as a walk. It takes time and more time to grow to maturity, just as it does for a child to grow to adulthood. It is nothing to be ashamed of or to be defeated by.
One of our great concerns here at Bible.academy is to encourage Christians to regularly read the Bible. To that aim, I would like to point you to a modern classic on reading the Bible.
Where does Psalm 110 fit into your devotional life?