Is reading the Bible a necessary part of your day or does it have a low priority in your life?
George Mueller, after having read the Bible through one hundred times with increasing delight, made this statement:
"I look upon it as a lost day when I have not had a good time over the Word of God. Friends often say, &ls;I have so much to do, so many people to see, I cannot find time for Scripture study.' Perhaps there are not many who have more to do than I. For more than half a century I have never known one day when I had not more business than I could get through. For 4 years I have had annually about 30,000 letters, and most of these have passed through my own hands. Then, as pastor of a church with 1,200 believers, great has been my care. Besides, I have had charge of five immense orphanages; also, at my publishing depot, the printing and circulating of millions of tracts, books, and Bibles; but I have always made it a rule never to begin work until I have had a good season with God and His Word. The blessing I have received has been wonderful."