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  1. I'm just not a morning person. I do a lot of my reading and studying at night. Sometimes when I'm not working I do it in the afternoon. Usually depends. I've been taking my Bible with me to work and reading it on my breaks as well

  2. the bible has not always been around and made available to everyone, heck the thief on the cross went to be with Jesus in paradise and he never had time to read the bible. Sure we should read it but it has not always been around in the form it is now and not everyone is a reader. Some people just don't do a lot of reading and some do! I like to listen to my bible- So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God and I read it ( cover to cover a couple of times). Then people feel guilty because they don't like reading ANYTHING and someone says you have to read a lot when its not something you do.

  3. A bible tip I would offer is read small amounts vs big ones. Take a chapter a day, say John 1, read it in the morning. Pray about something that stood out, then read it again later in the day. Your life will change.

  4. I just bought you book Redeeming Productivity, I’m so glad I found this video. I am going to take a look at the links you have a little later. Thank you for this. I have been struggling so much.

  5. Thank You. I realized today that I needed a PLAN otherwise my day was wasted by haphazard efforts (well intentioned) that produced nothing. Thank you. God bless you.

  6. I've always contended with this because I'm a working mom and wife that gets up, helps hubby with our daily plans, heads to work, school drop offs, etc. I learned to let go of prop open the Bible right after I open my eyes. I pray when I get up, listen to Christian music for my morning errands, spend 10-15 minutes reading the Bible after my work day starts, and then listen to different sermon and theology things throughout the day.

  7. Great information! Thank you! How ironic that i’m watching your video instead of reading my bible. 😂
    Seriously though, thanks for this advice, if applied, it will change lives!

  8. The Quran discusses Jesus son of Mary in depth. It informs us that Jesus was given miracles including curing the blind, lepers raising the dead and also speaking as baby all by God's will and permission. There are similarities between Christian and Muslim account but the key difference is Islam teaches that Jesus is a Prophet. This short video with nice water background provides the truth about Jesus-

  9. :59
    “Commentaries up the wazoo”
    Really? 😳 I stopped listening at that point.

    One of the problems Christianity ✝️ has today are churches that speak of Holy things then use unsanctified language to do it. Christianity should be maintaining the standard, not lowering it.


    It's probably accurate to say only 1% of Christians read the Bible at all, on their own! 99% only "read" the Bible in the sense they hear verses read by their ministers, priests, preachers or teachers.

    However, it's probably far worse in the sense that most Christians (especially those who belong to Neo Evangelical churches) were TOLD what the Bible says and MEANS, LONG BEFORE the few who later bothered to read it, meaning, by the time those who do pick it up and read it have grave difficulties accurately interpreting what it says, for the Doctrine Goggles that have been placed over their eyes! Let's take an example.

    Ask any 100 Neo Evangelical Christians if Jesus ever said, "The way is broad that leads to _________, and the way is narrow that leads to __________," and ask them to fill in the blanks. Almost every one will say they are very familiar with this verse…but when they fill in blanks, most, if not all, will say Jesus was talking about Hell and Heaven!

    However, the actual verse, found in Matthew 7:13-14, says, "Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to DESTRUCTION [emphasis added] destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto LIFE [emphasis added], and few there be that find it."

    It does NOT say Hell, nor Heaven, but "destruction" and "life." In other words, Jesus was not talking about where people's souls go after they die, but about the many different ways people engage in hurtful behavior that leads to empty existence at best but more often, destructive lives, and the relatively few ways some people choose to behave so they may enjoy REAL, PURPOSEFUL LIVING in the here and now, by leading lives of doing good and helping those who suffer.

    This was the constant theme Jesus talked about, over and over! For him, "salvation" was about getting saved, NOT FROM GOD, NOT FROM HELL…but from SIN ITSELF, and by "sin" he meant doing things that either cause others to suffer or ignore helping the suffering when you have the ability to help them (Matthew, Chapter 25).

    But because Christians don't read and study the bible on their own, they're prone to swallow whole whatever their leaders tell them it means, until they get to the point where they can't even understand it once some of them finally do get around to reading it!

    Rick Lannoye, author of

  11. I love doing my devotionals at night sometimes I read the Bible, listen to Christian music, or listen to Bible teachings or a lecture in the mornings or the afternoons.

  12. I have struggled to read and learn the bible for years. I'm a truck driver and I get up at 2:30 am every morning so reading the bible at that time is a no go. The only time I have the time is before bed so I'm going to have to make it a habit to study at that time.


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