My mom always told me, “Everyone does stuff a little differently.”
Like, have you ever noticed how everyone cuts an apple just slightly differently? Some people use an apple cutter, and others use a knife. Some people cut the apple in half first. Then they might cut it into four slices, or eight, or sixteen. They might cut the skin off, or they might trim out the remaining core bits.
And just like everyone can cut an apple differently, everyone can read the Bible in a different time and place.
Maybe you read your Bible in the same place at the same time every morning. Or maybe you’re struggling to find a time and place that consistently work for you.
If you’re looking to find a regular place to do your Bible study but need a little inspiration, check out the infographic below! I asked some of my coworkers here at CPH when and where they did their daily Bible readings. Hopefully their answers inspire you to find your own time and place to study God’s Word!
Where do you do your daily Bible readings? Do you follow a strict routine, or do you go with the flow?
If you’re looking for a Bible study to do on your own, check out our non-traditional, book-based Bible studies! You can work through them at your own pace, reading and meditating as you go.