Finding time to read is a little hard in my busy life of sitting on the couch, petting my dogs, watching TV, writing and reading blogs, playing computer games, going to the post office, and trying to work in at least three meals a day. Then every now and then we have to go get supplies and, of course a visit or two a week to the flea market, mainly to visit with people we have met there and, of course, maybe find a treasure or at least something useful. So, I take time just after I crawl into bed to read a book.
The book I choose to read has all kinds of story plots, from love stories, to war stories, to murder, to adultery, to hate, to adventure, etc. with many different charactors, from leaders, to followers, to kings, to paupers, to families, to homosexuals, to the rich, and to the poor. It has just about any love or adventure story in it that you could want. But most of all, it is a guide, a road map to life and death and faith. This book, of course, is the Bible.
The Bible is the most sold book in history with over 2.5 billion copies printed. Now, I wonder if it is the most read? Let's hope so. I have read it over and over and over many times and each time I discover something new. My favorite way of reading it is one night I read out of the old testiment and the next night I read out of the new testiment. It is surprising just how many times something I read the night before in the one fits perfectly with what I read the next night in the other. No matter what your preference is in reading material, you will find it somewhere in the Bible.
Some people worship on Saturday, the saboth, while others worship on Sunday, the first day of the week when Jesus rose from the grave. I don't believe that the day is important. We should live every day as if it were your last day on this earth, and one of these days, it will be. Have a great Sunday and feel free to worship any way and any day you want to and have a great day taday, you hear?