The Bible is a storehouse that offers practical advice on the following everyday issues:

  • Love (1 Corinthians 13). 
  • Leadership (Nehemiah).
  • Laziness (Proverbs 6:6–8). 
  • Patriotism (Proverbs 14:34; Jonah).
  • Materialism (Deuteronomy 8; Ecclesiastes; Luke 12:15).
  • Investments (Proverbs; Matthew 25).
  • Household responsibilities (Proverbs 31).
  • Disappointment (Psalm 121; Philippians 4:6–7).
  • Satisfying relationships (Colossians 3).
  • Overcoming weakness (2 Corinthians 12:7–9).
  • Womanizing (Proverbs 6:25–29; Hebrews 13:4).
  • Aging (Ecclesiastes 12).
  • Marital bliss (Song of Solomon).
  • Courage (Esther).
  • Hope (John 14; 2 Peter 1:3).

There is much to be discovered. One way to make Bible reading interesting is to assume the role of a hunter. With a highlighter as your weapon, and your prey a subject (God’s attributes, miracles, fulfilled prophecies, grace, unknown facts, salvation, heaven, baptism, or precious promises), set out to underline everything the Bible has on that subject. 

Take notes. Become an expert. —Author Unknown

“Learn from me” Matthew 11:29

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