Friday, August 04, 2006


The most important “research” I do is to read my Bible every day. I try to read through the Bible (both Old and New Testaments) one time in odd number years. In even number years, I try to read through the New Testament four times. I do Bible studies as well. I want to filter everything I read and hear and see through God's perspective, and I can't do that if I don't know His word. The Word of God does not change, so if I know what He is saying to believers today, I will also know what He was saying to believers a century ago.

--Robin Lee Hatcher, Faithful Reader,

Tricia’s Thoughts:

One thing I’ve noticed about my favorite authors, such as Robin Lee Hatcher, is their commitment to the Word of God and their desire to seek Him. Their time spent with God not only enriches their lives, but it also enriches their words. I’ve dedicated my early mornings to prayer and Bible Study for many years, and while it does take time everything I do throughout the day—writing included—is experienced with new eyes and a renewed heart.


Blogger Jim Thompson said...

And I thought I was doing well by reading Our Daily Bread before I work. Well, sometimes I jump from that into a Bible study of sorts, when something in the devotional's reference verse grabs my interest. More time with God might just be a good idea.

8:26 PM  

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