How Christian Men can use the Bible for Daily Devotion

Did you spot a man in the beans? Searching for the right scripture can be just like trying to find the man in the picture.

Did you notice how once I mentioned him, you were able to find him? I want to help you find scriptures when you need them too. Let me show you how to improve your Bible knowledge.

The way most Christians use scriptures from the Bible as part of their devotion is to just pick a chapter and read it. That gives them some basic knowledge about the word of God, but little else.

The Bible warns
“in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons.”
To avoid this from happening to you, I encourage everyone to read the Bible daily and use your favorite devotional as a companion to the scriptures.

The Old Testament Book of Proverbs

Every verse of Proverbs is written to uplift and encourage. Solomon produced many of the verses to promote wisdom, discipline and prudent life.

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The Bible as a Devotional

Here is an easy method for studying that will get you started until the next post of Brother to Brother. Then, I’ll reveal some unique and creative ways I discovered, to use Proverbs as part of your daily devotion, to build character, relationships and words that are pleasing to God?

To find the pearls hidden inside Proverbs and other books of the Bible. First, you will need a Bible dictionary and a concordance to help you drill down each scripture.

Next, read a chapter of Proverbs each day then every evening review it to see how much you can remember and whether you have applied its principles that day.

The Bible is unique in that the scriptures were written through Gods inspiration of various authors over a period of hundreds of years. Its contents cover many aspects of life. Its subjects range from history to poetry, it speaks of events that occurred in the past and through understanding it, you’ll get to the know the truth about things yet to come.

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