Sometimes the hardest part of reading the Bible is just getting started and knowing what to do! This study of 1 John 1 will help you interact with the chapter in many different ways — reading, copying, and listening, looking for words and definitions, comparing translations and memorizing. As we read, we’ll be challenged to walk in God’s light, fellowshipping with Him, and confessing our sins to Him who is always faithful to forgive and cleanse.
We’ll be using simple approaches you can apply as you read and reflect on any chapter of the Bible.1 John 1 — and you — will never be the same after you soak in its riches for a whole a month.
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4 thoughts on “Building a Habit: Reading and Thinking about 1 John 1”
I ENJOYED JUST THINKING ABOUT WHAT IVE READ. INSTEAD OF THINKING I READ WHAT I NEEDED TO READ AN ON TO THE NEXT THING I NEED TO COMPLETE.
I come from a faithless background. My parents were atheists, and I was not a believer until 10 years ago at the age of 24. They say that learning as an adult is much more difficult then as a child, and I strongly agree. Being a new Christian as an adult is very very challenging. I have searched multiple places and times for a resource that could really help me with bible study. What you offer here, it’s the first I’ve come across that will really work for me, you meet Christians where they are at, provide actual scripture studies, while assisting people with developing pertinent skills for future success. I was introduced to your content by a dear friend who recommended I use your door posts resources to assist with my child rearing, and I am so thankful God has led me here as well. Thank you for your work in helping mommas study the Word, and your dedication to families.
Praise God that He can use this community to encourage and strengthen you, Casey! So glad you’re here! 🙂
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