This post is part of a series we’ve created to help you explore spiritual habits. Learn more about this series and find all the posts by clicking here.
Today, we’re talking about different ways to study God’s word so that it’s truly captured by your heart and mind. Below are different methods of study and resources that can help you in your journey.
BIBLE STUDY (INDEPENDENT)
Reading Scripture to better understand God and his plan for people and the world. Intentionally letting it shape your beliefs and the way that you live.
Here’s a Simple Bible-Reading Format You Can Follow by Patrick Mabilog, featured in Christianity Today
Grasping God’s Word by J. Scott Duvall (technically this is a textbook, but it’s details and not complicated reading)
Focusing on a piece of Scripture to slowly read and take in what is being said. Slowing down and paying attention to see what God may be saying through Scripture or through the present moment.
Warm Yourself at the Fires of Meditation by David Mathis , featured by Desiring God
Choosing a portion of Scripture to learn so that you can meditate on it, and rely on it in your everyday life.
How to Memorize Scripture, published by Navigators