I am currently reading Ephesians for the umptheenth time and loving it as usual.
How about you? Now this is essential, don't you agree?

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Right now I am currently in 1 Timothy and then on to 2 Timothy. After that, I am not sure if I will go to Revelation or Romans - I like them both a lot.
I'm reading the book of Deuteronomy from the Old Testament.
Deuteronomy is cool. We get Moses' commentary on the journey from Egypt, a kind of behind the scenes look at what was in his mind. I love that book! :)
After finishing Romans I started John today.I really feel sometimes strange after reading Bizzy because evrytime I find as if I m reading first time.Evrytime Bible seems to be new.How amazing na.Praise the Lord.
Reading Acts. It's part of the Daily Message Bible reading through in a year. It jumps around a lot, which I can appreciate. But right now, a break from Exodus with Acts.
Always reading Matthew...my fav Gospel, also reading about and around the life of King David as we are studying it at church.


I'm on a psalmic binge season. Loads of Psalms. can't seem to stop.

Some of the psalms get me a little paranoid. Like 54, for example. Why is it clicking with me these few days? Is there someone slandering me behind my back, without my knowledge? *SHEESH* :)
BIzzy, I'm with you. I'm at Ephesians too, and trying to memorize it! Though it seems sooooo difficult. But now I'm beginning to get the picture of us, Christ's body, sitting with Him in the heavenly places...wow! what a privilege!
A young man at my church recited the entire 1st chapter in church last week! I was blown away!
I pray you can do it too.
That's interesting. A couple of pastors I know have said that they study the Bible for the sake of their sermons. One even said that if not for him having to preach often he would have backslided a long time ago. :)

He who refreshes others will himself be refreshed, right? :)
I was reading the books that tell of the Israelites return from exile (Nehemiah, Ezra, Zechariah, ect), but just finished those last night. That is why I looked at this forum. I wanted a new avenue to read. Not sure if I should go back into the New Testament or continue in the Old.

I also read Matthew fairly regularly and try to read Proverbs everyday with my kids. Oh, and 1 Corinthians 13:4 to the kids hoping some love will sink in eventually. :) My older kids are studying Genesis, and I don't always read it with them but I do study with them and quiz them.


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