Let’s be honest, most Christians don’t study their Bible as often as they should. It’s just not prioritized high enough on their “to-do” list. Sadly, that lack of study reveals itself in lots of ways.
Here are just a few.
You open your Bible to the Gospel of Luke…and a WWII savings bond falls out.
You think “Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob” was a jazz group from the 60’s.
A family of woodchucks has taken up residence in the Psalms of your Bible.
You thought the Minor Prophets were a group of preachers who moonlighted down at the rock quarry.
Your kids are still confused about your story, “Jonah the Shepherd Boy and His Ark of Many Colors.”
Just remember, it was Charles Spurgeon, the famous English preacher, who once said, “A Bible that is falling apart usually belongs to a Christian who isn’t.”
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