Don't be Biblically Illiterate
Books have taken me on wild adventures in my life.
Because of them, I’ve had the unique opportunity to travel from the Shire to Mount Doom with two homesick hobbits.
I’ve explored the open prairie with a little girl named Laura and her brindle bulldog Jack.
And I’ve even fished with the old man and the sea.
For as a long as I can remember, I’ve loved reading. And I can still feel the rush of excitement that would course through me when I entered a library ready for a new find.
Books have given me the chance to step into someone else’s world. They’ve taken me back in time, forward in time, and landed me in present-day situations that were far different than my own.
I’m grateful for the opportunity and ability to read, and I’d hate to think ...
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Who is God? God has written a love letter to you. If you want to grow in Him, you need to read it, study it and apply it to your life.
2/15/2014 10:40:58 pm
I must admit I have had trouble taking the time out to read the Bible since I was saved at age 9. I hold a bachelor's degree, two masters degrees, and currently working on my Th.D. in systematic theology and still find reading the Bible not easy. I currently read through the Bible twice a year but it isn't easy...
2/17/2014 04:37:08 am
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