Bible FAQ Series: How to Eliminate “Brick and Mortar” Bible Reading
Have you ever heard of the term “brick-and-mortar” Bible reading? If not, it is basically a slang way of saying that you are reading your bible haphazardly and without any type of plan. Well, some may say, “It’s too hard to follow a plan.” This is true, but if you allow the Holy Ghost to drive and motivate you everyday to read your Bible, it will become intuitive and you won’t make this excuse ever again. For beginners, I recommend reading two chapters in an Old Testament book of your choice and two chapters in a New Testament book of your choice. Eventually, you’ll work your way through two books of the Bible at once. The reason why I like this plan is because you don’t even realize how much you read until you finish both books! Again, this plan may not work for everyone. Find what plan works for you, and ask God to put his hand on it, so that your Bible reading may no longer be “brick-and-mortar” but solid and carefully planned out. Be blessed my friends
More on this topic coming up next week in the next edition of the Bible FAQ Series!