Q: Why do some people read the Bible daily? ...
A: They are looking for loopholes
They are brainwashing themselves. Have you not seen the kids reciting the Qu'ran? It is a form of masochism in my opinion.
By reading the Bible over and over secures the chains around their ankles. Release the chains and then religious people don't know what to do with themselves; they have no reason to live.
They aren't looking for loopholes. They are not that smart. Perhaps the looking for loopholes is a job for some in the Vatican.
Because they think if they read a lie enough, it becomes truth.
they need some sort of reassurance daily to go on with their lives, psychological.
Bible is a Holy book to remind us the word of God and daily reading on it will get more inspiration on our daily life.
When i buy something and it comes with an instruction book, shouldn't I read the instructions to better know how to use the item? The Bible is God's instruction book for life and using it every day would make sense. There are answers in it for every thing we face and we can take it or leave it, taking God's word exactly as it tells us only provides me with the absolute best way! I have tested it over and over and He is Supremely Awesome!
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