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How to Read the Bible for the Time Impaired

Updated on June 8, 2008

Bible Reading Suggestions for the Time Impaired

Knowing the various types of media for Bible reading for the time impaired is needed. Here a brief listing of the various media available: The written form in a modern English translation. (By looking in the fly page it should state if it's a translation or paraphrase - don't use a paraphrase.) My choice is The New American Translation, but there are more good translations available. The Bible on tape, or disk, is also a good method of Bible "reading". For those who like to walk, you have The Walkman that will take a Bible disk. Bible programs are also available for use on the computer and most of the Bible programs will also have programs that will allow a person to keep a record of what they read. For those who use the Internet, there is also access to various translations and and other helps, such as commentaries. On the Internet, there are also programs they will guide you through Bible reading.

What is so important about reading the Bible? The Bible is the Christians standard and guide. To quote a pastor friend of mine, "Either this book will keep you from the devil, or the devil will keep you from this book."


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      Wbisbill 9 years ago from Tennessee USA

      Great Devotional. Thumbs up from Jefferson County, Tennessee Fan!

      Psa 119:11 I have hidden Your Word in my heart, so that I might not sin against You.