Bible Guide: Top 5 Reasons to Read the Bible

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It shines light into the dark corners so I can see that the sin which looks so attractive is actually an animated corpse. The Bible is a lamp unto my feet, a beacon in dark places, a shield, and a sword. When sleep or sickness or general laziness prevents me.

I finish, and I feel… …nothing. But it is certainly necessary. Defective doctrine means a defective view of God, and to the degree our view of God is defective, to that degree the ceiling lowers on our potential for joy, comfort, and above all enjoying the gospel of grace. One reason we read the Bible is to deepen our minds. To sharpen the contours of our vision of God. To think more accurately about all that matters most.


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Get busy. We also read the Bible to be told what to do.

But we do find ourselves stirred to take action in concrete ways. Sometimes the text commands action directly. Commune with God. This is the umbrella category that includes all the rest. This is the point. What other book do we read, conscious of the author interacting with us as we do so? Daily Bible reading requires routine and structure, but it is not mechanical—just as a body requires a bony skeleton, but it is not the skeleton that gives it life. We do with the Bible what the Psalms guide us in doing—adore God, thank him, complain to him, wrestle with him, express perplexity to him, and all the rest.

Just as there are different but equally valid ways to exercise, so too there are different but equally valid ways to read the Bible.

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But what is nonnegotiable is that we must be doing so with faithful regularity in order to be healthy. I have found morning time, first thing, to be best for reading the Bible. The house is quiet. My mind is as blank as it will be all day and my body is as lethargic as it will be all day, making me well suited for unhurried reflection on the text.

Coffee and Scripture first thing in the morning has become a daily ritual that I dearly love and need. Experiment with what works best for you. But, for each temptation Jesus faced, He had a counterattack.

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Do you also have a counterattack for every temptation that you face in life? Why not pick up this sword today? And finally, not least of all, the Bible is full of extraordinary promises. It speaks of the all things that belong to the God-fearing!

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To him who overcomes, I will give to eat from the tree of life, which is in the midst of the Paradise of God. Are you livingly interested in these precious promises? Do you want to see what God does, and will do, for those who live according to His will? But it is certainly necessary.

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Defective doctrine means a defective view of God, and to the degree our view of God is defective, to that degree the ceiling lowers on our potential for joy, comfort, and above all enjoying the gospel of grace. One reason we read the Bible is to deepen our minds. To sharpen the contours of our vision of God. To think more accurately about all that matters most. Get busy. We also read the Bible to be told what to do. But we do find ourselves stirred to take action in concrete ways. Sometimes the text commands action directly.

Commune with God. This is the umbrella category that includes all the rest. This is the point. What other book do we read, conscious of the author interacting with us as we do so?

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Daily Bible reading requires routine and structure, but it is not mechanical—just as a body requires a bony skeleton, but it is not the skeleton that gives it life. We do with the Bible what the Psalms guide us in doing—adore God, thank him, complain to him, wrestle with him, express perplexity to him, and all the rest.

Just as there are different but equally valid ways to exercise, so too there are different but equally valid ways to read the Bible. But what is nonnegotiable is that we must be doing so with faithful regularity in order to be healthy. I have found morning time, first thing, to be best for reading the Bible. The house is quiet. My mind is as blank as it will be all day and my body is as lethargic as it will be all day, making me well suited for unhurried reflection on the text. Coffee and Scripture first thing in the morning has become a daily ritual that I dearly love and need.

Experiment with what works best for you. Reading through the Bible in a year may be a good idea, especially if you are newer to Christianity. Will you come to the winter of your life and wish you had checked your mutual funds more often? Or slept in more?

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Or read more blog posts? Probably not. But we will not regret one moment of time spent in the Bible. Make it your lifelong friend. Built it into your life. Become deeper, a more solid human being, over many years of Bible reading. Dane C. He serves as an editor for the Knowing the Bible series and the Short Studies in Biblical Theology series, and is the author of several books, including Edwards on the Christian Life.