Full Audiobook: How Can I Get More Out of My Bible Reading? by Jeremy Kimble
This article is part of the The Crossway Podcast series.
Improving Our Scripture Reading
Reading the Bible is essential to the Christian faith, but many of us struggle to study it faithfully. In How Can I Get More Out of My Bible Reading?, Jeremy Kimble explains how the church acts as God’s school, helping us read and follow Scripture through teaching, fellowship, and discipleship. He also offers advice to improve our own Scripture reading, helping us understand the big picture, ask good questions, and apply what we learn. We hope you enjoy this full audiobook to help start the New Year off in the best way, right here on The Crossway Podcast.
How Can I Get More Out of My Bible Reading?
Jeremy M. Kimble
Many Christians have good intentions to regularly read the Bible, only to find that they get distracted and their interest wanes. In this short booklet, Jeremy Kimble offers practical guidance for Christians looking to spend more time in God’s word and understand why Bible reading is important to the life of the local church.
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