Episode 5- The Why and How of Daily Bible Reading

Posted On February 13, 2018

On the fifth episode of the Ask Us Anything Podcast, Dave Jenkins answers Joe’s question, “I’m struggling with reading my Bible daily. Why should I read it daily it seems like such a chore. Can you help me to know how to begin a daily habit of reading Scripture? I truly desire to grow in my walk with the Lord.”

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Bible reading as a delight not a duty.
  • Quality and quantity time in the Word of God.
  • The need to make daily contact with the Word of God to get to know the God who now through Christ loves and desires for you to grow in His grace.
  • Enjoying the God of all grace not just the gifts He gives.

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    I thank God for you. For the anointing of the Holy Spirit sharing the Gospel truth with many. Glory be to God

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