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Benefits of Reading the Bible Every Day

Benefits of Reading the Bible Every Day by Elizabeth GeorgeAs you look ahead, what do you anticipate facing in 2019? Are you struggling with your roles and responsibilities? Are you at a crossroad in your career? Do you need direction in dealing with a family member, a workmate, or your finances? Or are you needing some help with all of the above? Then you need wisdom—God’s wisdom. Well, wait no longer!

Blessings of Wisdom

God promises you wisdom—and it’s free and readily available. Your job is to pray, seek, search, and dig for God’s wisdom in His Word. God’s job—and His promise to you—is to give you all the wisdom you ask for…and all the wisdom you need. 

Do you realize what this means? It means that whatever issue or problem you are facing, you don’t have to grope around in the dark, hoping you will somehow stumble upon answers. You don’t have to stab at a solution and hope you made the right choice—the wise choice, all the time fearing that maybe you made the wrong choice. No, you have a surer way to tackle life’s problems—and gain God’s peace of mind in the process!

Benefits of Daily Bible Reading

Start today by reading Proverbs 1. Tomorrow, read chapter 3. On January 3, read chapter 3, and so on … and by the end of the month, you’ll have read the entire book. 

As you daily make your way through Proverbs, starting in chapter 1, you can’t miss the truth that evil does its worst in secret and solicits new followers in the dark. But God’s wisdom is public. As verses 20 and 21 note, “Wisdom shouts in the street, she lifts her voice in the square; at the head of the noisy streets she cries out; at the entrance of the gates in the city she utters her sayings.”

There is so much to tend to, worry about, fear, and beware of. Every minute of every day can be full of fear and charged with anxiety. But God and His Word quell all our fears. “But whoever listens to me [wisdom] will dwell safely, and will be secure, without fear of evil. (Proverbs 1:33)

Whenever you need wisdom, you can pray to God, ask of God, look to God’s Word…and wisdom will be given to you!

Thank you for sharing 2018 with us!
May God bless your New Year with His wisdom, hope, and joy.  
We look forward to growing together as men and women
after God’s own heart in 2019!


Father of all wisdom, as I think about this year and all that is planned, all that is necessary— and all the temptations and interruptions and crises that may come my way, I ask You afresh, “Lord, give me wisdom! I need it to manage this year in a way that pleases You and bears the mark of Your wisdom on it. Amen.”


A Woman After God's Own Heart—Elizabeth George shares how you can pursue God's priorities for your home and family in this incredible resource for women!

Proverbs for a Woman’s DayDon't guess about the next step and hope for the best. Take a journey through Proverbs, which cover the matters closest to your heart. 


In what three areas are you seeking God’s wisdom this New Year?


Whenever you need wisdom, you can pray to God, ask of God, look to God’s Word…and wisdom will be given to you!

Jim and Elizabeth George

Jim and Elizabeth George are bestselling authors and national speakers dedicated to helping people live a life after God’s own heart. Together, they have written over 150 books with more than 14 million copies sold around the world. For over 35 years, the teachings and steadfast example of Elizabeth and Jim have helped countless men and women:

  • Simplify life by focusing on God’s priorities.
  • Appreciate God’s Word and apply it to everyday situations.
  • Respond to circumstances with confidence by seeing yourself through God’s loving eyes.
  • Increase closeness in marriage by serving and honoring each other.
  • Powerfully shape the hearts of children and teenagers.
  • Enjoy greater intimacy with God.

Learn more about Jim and Elizabeth George here.

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