Never Grows Old

For me, the love of reading never grows old. As a kid, I remember looking forward to Saturdays. That was my day to ride the bus to the downtown library to check out as many books as I could carry.

The Holy Bible – It Never Grows Old

In today’s world, that fondness of books has not diminished but the things I read has changed over the years. Most of my time for reading is filled with as much studying as possible through the Bible, the Word of God. There is way too much in the Bible to understand by reading through it once. Well, at least for me it is impossible. So I read it slowly over and over again, book by book. while also following that up with online discussions through Precept upon Precept Bible Studies.

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Whatever reading time is left is usually spent on photography books or magazines.. Surprised, aren’t you? But wait! I am not just about photography and bible studies. I am also enjoying reading the Comoran Strike series by Robert Galbraith/J.K. Rowling. Okay, I am very slooooowly getting through that series.

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21 responses to “Never Grows Old”

  1. πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

    1. Thanks, Filipa. 😊

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    1. Thanks! Have a wonderful Wednesday. 😊

  3. I have a love for reading too. My favorite place to sit and read my Bible is on a mountain top. There’s something wonderful about being alone in God’s creation that makes my soul sing. β™₯️ 🌼

  4. Ooh, I’m enjoying the Comoran Strike series as well. Next up is Troubled Blood.

    1. Hi, Julia. I am in the midst of The Ink Black Heart. Haven’t had much time for reading lately though. 😏

  5. ❀️❀️

    1. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment. 😊

  6. There was a time before widespread book production, when the only book in a house was the Bible and it was read constantly. πŸ™πŸΌ

    1. Oh my! I had not even considered that. We are so easily sidetracked now. πŸ˜”

  7. ❀️🌸

    1. Thanks and have a wonderful day, Christine. 😊

  8. I’m reading through the Chronological Bible, but I’m still stuck in March. Have a great week, Pepper.

    1. Good for you. I have read through the chronological Bible once and found it so interesting reading the Psalms as they lined up with what David was experiencing. Helped me understand why he is called a man after God’s own heart. 😊

      1. That’s cool. I’m at all the commandments and regulations, so I’m struggling to get through it.

        1. All those commandments and regulations are definitely not easy reading. Best to take it slow. I find it difficult to stay focused sometimes. πŸ˜‰

          1. I found that last night. My eyes were blurry and my thoughts kept straying off topic. In a chronological Bible, it seems like you cover the same territory quite a few days in a row. I think this is the sixth time Moses has brought down commandments. πŸ™‚

            1. Ah, yes! That seems like it should stick in my brain after reading it so many times in a row but it doesn’t always for me. πŸ˜”

              1. haha – that’s pretty much proven that we only remember a tiny fraction of what we read.

                1. So true! 😊

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