“What I learned from this experience is to trust God at his word. I believed in the bible but wasn’t totally placing my trust in it.” – N. Lee
|Day 1||theme: God is the Word (to know Him is to know His Word)|
|Day 2||theme: Adopting a “taste” for the Word|
|Day 3||theme: Importance of meditating on the Word and obeying it for a life lived well|
|Day 4||theme: The power of God’s Word|
|Day 5||theme: The important function of God’s Word in our life|
|Day 6||theme: Seeing clearly because of the Word|
|Day 7||theme: Not letting go of the soundness of the Word and its wisdom|
Now it’s time to choose a reading plan that works best for you. There are many plans that may only require just minutes a day. The point is to remain consistent in your reading. Click HERE for recommended plans. I highly recommend Daily Audio Bible as a resource for not only you, but your other family members, as well. This plan has a plethora of resources for women, men, children, and teens. I have been using this as my bible devotional for over 5 years now, although I started a serious bible journey (start to finish) over 10 years ago.
You are able to download the very inexpensive Daily Audio Bible app to your mobile device or listen for FREE from any device immediately without an app. I urge you to read the Word, as well as listen. I love the convenience of listening to the bible when I’m traveling in the car or doing household chores. This resource has both options: reading & listening.
Regardless of what devotional you choose, be sure to journal scriptures and thoughts for your ability to reflect on at later dates. Don’t be afraid to start the bible over again and again and again. I start in the book of Genesis in January and end in the book of Revelation in December every single year. This habit helps us to grow and gain even deeper insight to scriptures that we covered the year before. Happy reading as you continue to learn and develop in God’s Word. – K. Ford, Founder of WomenSeekingGod.org