What if we would use our Bibles the same way we use our mobile phones?

  • Carry it in our pocket, everywhere we go.
  • Open and read in it multiple times a day.
  • Make sure we have it with us at all times.
  • Turn around to get it, when we forget to take it with us.
  • Keep it within arms reach when we are sleeping.
  • Read in it, as the last thing we do before going to sleep.
  • Upon waking from sleep, open it to see if there is anything new to know.
  • Make sure our children know how to use it, in case of an emergency.

Revised from the FCM Informer - used by permission

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