This article is part of the Infographics series.
Bible Reading Habits
When do you read the Bible? How often? What portions of Scripture do you tend to gravitate toward, and are there particular extra-biblical resources you use alongside your Bible to help you process and study it?
We recently surveyed over 6,000 people to learn about Bible study habits. In some cases, the results were quite convicting. See what we learned in the infographic below.
Dig into God's Word
The ESV Scripture Journal: New Testament Set (Hardcover) includes nineteen durable hardcover journals containing the entirety of individual books of the New Testament with lightly lined blank pages opposite each page of Bible text.
Bible readers can take extended notes or record insights and prayers directly beside corresponding passages of Scripture. These thin, portable, long-lasting notebooks are great for personal Bible reading and reflection, small-group study, or taking notes through a sermon series.
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