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16 ways of developing good bible reading habits

How’s your quiet time/daily devotional/time spent with God and in His word?
Whichever way you want to ask that question, yes, we should invest in time with God on a regular basis. And truth is, many of us struggle. Many of us don’t know which of the many resources to choose (why is there just so many out there?!) I don’t know about some of you, but I really like to see what resources are out there, I like to peruse and check out new devotional stuff, check out old devotional stuff, explore and see which methods work (or which methods I’m not keen on).

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OnSong

I’ve been meaning to write an app review of OnSong for a few months now. It’s one of those apps for musicians that pretty much changes everything. And for limited time (til 4th feb) it’s free! It’s usually $4.99 which is a real bargain actually. But for free it’s almost wrong!

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ESV Bible & ESV Bible+ Apps

ESV Bible (free) and ESV Bible+ (£8.99) applications by crossway are currently the best Bible reading experience for the iphone and iPad. I highly recommend them, and if you’re put off by the seemingly high price of the ESV Bible+, realise that the full printed Study Bible version of the ESV runs for about £50 on amazon.

The free ESV Bible app is a no brainer of a download. It’s clear, a great translation of the Bible, and best of all free. It doesn’t require the internet to read the bible, so that means even if you’re someplace with zero wifi or network, you’ll still be able to read God’s word. And best of all because it’s free it means that you can try it and see if you like it.
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