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How to Discover More From Familiar Bible Passages April 29, 2019

Brighton East, Lexington-Fayette Northeast
How to Discover More From Familiar Bible Passages, Lexington-Fayette Northeast, Kentucky

Whether you’re a devout Christian or have committed to spend more time reading the Bible, one of the best aspects of church or private Bible study is applying these teachings to your daily life. It can be challenging to stay focused when reading repetitive passages or less-stimulating chapters, so use these tips to help you stay focused.

3 Tips to Get More From Your Bible

1. Pray Beforehand

Among the hustle and bustle of daily life, it’s tough to clear your mind and focus on the Scriptures you’re reading. Take a minute or two before your Bible study to pray to God. Ask for the strength you need to accomplish this daily task and find meaning in the passages. 

2. Be Consistentchurch

Church isn’t the only place to read the Bible. Rather than waiting for Sundays or a free moment in your day, make an effort to schedule Bible study into your daily routine. For instance, reading when you first wake up in the morning or before you go to sleep at night helps you stay consistent. Remove all distractions, like your phone, and pick them back up until you’re finished.

3. Apply Passages to Your Daily Life

When the verses seem repetitive or you’ve reached a chapter that makes you struggle, find a connection between the teachings and your personal life. Forming these connections will make the verses feel more valuable and easier to process.


If you’re looking for a new place of worship, Center Point Church can help you grow your faith. Located in Lexington, KY, and the surrounding areas, this contemporary church is a safe haven for all individuals and families with Christian beliefs. They offer regular Sunday services and powerful Bible study sessions, along with youth groups and summer programs. Give them a call today at (859) 263-9384 to speak with a staff member or visit them online for more information about the church and their services.