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MissGoodbye

I don’t know where to start when I read my bible. What do I do?

April 13, 2015 at 20:34
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katrinalove

Hey!

When you have the bible, the bible is seperated into two sections: the Old Testament and the Old Testament! In the morning, or at any time during the day, just sit down and look through the’ gospels first’- such as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. If you are a new Christian, I would recommend reading Mark or John. After finishing reading the gospels, I would read the rests of the new Testament. Before reading, pray to God to help you to understand his Word and then while reading a chapter every day, you can highlight it, write notes down to make you remember what you learnt and spend time memorising scripture:). If you are having trouble, you can have a look at study bibles or on gotquestions which answers questions about the bible online:)

I hope this helps:)

April 20, 2015 at 12:27
faithful_soul

faithful_soul

( @MissGoodbye [ I think this is what she meant just so you understand it better.])
Hey!

The Bible is separated into two sections; the Old and New Testament! In the morning, or any time during the day, just sit down and go through sections of your Bible. I think the gospels would be a good place to start( Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.). After reading the gospels, I would recommend reading the rest of the New Testament.
Before reading, pray to God and ask for understanding in reading His Word. Something you might want to try is highlighting verses and writing notes down to help you remember and dig deeper into what you read. Also, something that might help is for you to memorize verses that impact you.
If you at any time have a hard time understanding something, you can look at getting a study Bible or going on gotquestions.com

I hope this helps!

@katrinalove Great advise…I LOVE it!!

May 6, 2015 at 07:04
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lovemesomeHim36

You can use Bible plans too! The Bible App has “Plans” if you want to read the whole Bible in a year. It’s a great way to read the Bible everyday. You can set reminders to help you with your daily reading. I wish you the best of luck with your reading. Don’t forget to also pray and ask for understanding and try to meditate on what you read, in whatever way you think is best(writing or speaking)

March 7, 2016 at 14:34
Thescriptureway

Thescriptureway

I would start in Genesis. It is the beginning after all?

March 8, 2016 at 10:39
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faithprincess

Bible studies help me. Read reviews on amazon and find ones that talk about issues that your going through or just the verses. The Faithgirlz bible studies the secret power of Grace, Goodness, Joy, Love are a good place to start they talk about the Bible not issues. Not every teen goes through the same thing and it’s important to have materials that you relate to.

November 2, 2016 at 19:40
jbac2641

jbac2641

Love God Greatly and Women Loving Well has free Bible studies and groups you can participate in and study with women around the world, or you can do them by yourself or with a group of friends.

November 11, 2016 at 15:44
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