Monday, April 6, 2009

Healthy Reading

Someone has observed that there are three stages of Bible study that many students of the Bible pass through. The first is the “cod-liver” oil stage where they treat the study of the Bible like taking medicine. Although it tastes terrible, they swallow it anyway because they know it is good for them. The second phase has been called the “shredded-wheat biscuit” stage, dry but nourishing. And the third is the “peaches-and-cream” category, where reading and studying the Bible is eagerly anticipated and sincerely enjoyed. Which stage are you in? Romans: An Outline Study by Dr. Wesley Gerig

And since we are on the subject of reading, Dr. Al Mohler cites recent studies done by researchers that prove reading is actually good for your health. Read on to learn more...