Source: Huffington Post
Growing up my nightly bedtime routine consisted of pulling down my black leather King James Bible and turning to Psalm 23 (I had heard that Psalm recited at several funerals, so I knew it had to be important). I eventually memorized it, but the truth of it never seeped into my heart.
I would pull out my Bible every night and then somehow manage to miss the entire point.
In short, I was reading the Bible wrong. You might not think there is a wrong way to do something “so right,” but there is. And here are a few ways to know if you are.
1. You Only Read The Bible For Information And Facts
If I were to tell you I know about Michael Jordan you probably wouldn’t be that impressed. A lot of people know about him — he’s the greatest basketball player of all time. However, if I were to tell you that I know Michael Jordan, your reaction might be a little different. Saying I know him would imply a relationship.