Earlier this summer, I shared what God has shown me about spending time with Him every morning — even though I’m not a morning person. My morning Bible reading time doesn’t have the same purpose as reading for a Bible study — it’s about filling my mind with God’s word so that my thoughts turn to Him throughout the day. It’s about being transformed by the renewing of my mind. (Romans 12:2).
When I consider why I struggled to develop a daily Bible reading routine in the past, poor time management was an issue — but it was a lot more than that. And no matter how many reading plans I picked up or devotionals I purchased, I was never consistent.
Join me at Managing Your Blessings, where I’m sharing my complete post on what I have learned about developing a personal daily Bible reading routine. I also share four steps to take if you’ve struggled to stay diligent in your Bible reading plan.
Have you struggled to develop a daily Bible reading routine? What are your challenges? Time management? Motivation? If you do read the Bible every day, what reading approach has worked best for you? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.