Read Your Bible – there is time.


 Johnny Felker

  1. Wake up ten minutes earlier each morning and read. 2.
  2. Keep a Bible close to your bed to read each night before
    you go to sleep.
  3. Talk less and you will have a few more minutes to read.
  4. Keep a copy of the Bible on hand in the kitchen or at the
    telephone to read while you “hold.”
  5. Turn the TV off and read to your children.
  6.  Carry a copy of the Bible, at least the New Testament, in
    your pocket or purse to read while waiting for doctors, or
    un-punctional people, etc.
  7. Never go on a trip without your Bible in your suitcase.
  8. Keep a copy of the Bible in the glove compartment of your
  9. Remember, a Bible in your hand is worth two on the coffee
  10. Read several verses before each meal when all the family
    is together.

–borrowed from Johnny Felker, Family Report.

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