Welcome to R.E.A.D. and R.E.A.P. (Video) Prepare yourself for battle

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This world is filled with battles! One way to prepare for these battles is to at least read God’s word on a regular basis.
As we read His Word believe God to open our eyes to see wonderful things in His Word.








This unique Bible reading program offers short reading segments from both the Old and New Testaments along with personalized emails, insights, and rich spiritual content. This balanced approach allows you to reflect and meditate on your readings deeply.

Meditation and reflection are indeed crucial for spiritual growth, but they should also inspire action. Here are a few ways you can incorporate your reflections into action:

  1. Apply Teachings: Look for ways to apply the teachings from your readings in your daily life. This could be through acts of kindness, forgiveness, and demonstrating love and patience in your interactions with others.

  2. Community Involvement: Engage with your community or church. Volunteer for activities, join study groups, or participate in outreach programs. Sharing your insights and learning from others can strengthen your faith and impact your community positively.

  3. Personal Development: Use your daily reading insights to guide your personal development. Work on traits and habits that align with biblical principles, such as honesty, humility, and diligence.

  4. Prayer and Study: Enhance your spiritual practices through regular prayer and study. This not only reinforces your connection with God but also keeps you grounded in your faith.

  5. Support Others: Be a source of support and encouragement to others. Offer to pray for those in need, provide a listening ear, or help someone struggling with their faith.

Combining meditation with action ensures that your spiritual journey is dynamic and impactful, benefiting both yourself and those around you.

Key portion of scripture for studying God’s word.

2 Timothy 2:15 (AMP)
Study and be eager and do your utmost to present yourself to God approved (tested by trial), a workman who has no cause to be ashamed, correctly analyzing and accurately dividing [rightly handling and skillfully teaching] the Word of Truth.

Key portions of scripture for doing God’s word.

James 1:22–25 (AMP)
22 But be doers of the Word [obey the message], and not merely listeners to it, betraying yourselves [into deception by reasoning contrary to the Truth].

23 For if anyone only listens to the Word without obeying it and being a doer of it, he is like a man who looks carefully at his [own] natural face in a mirror;

24 For he thoughtfully observes himself, and then goes off and promptly forgets what he was like.

25 But he who looks carefully into the faultless law, the [law] of liberty, and is faithful to it and perseveres in looking into it, being not a heedless listener who forgets but an active doer [who obeys], he shall be blessed in his doing (his life of obedience).

Click here. One resource to consider. Committed to Prayer and Study Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4

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Consider these portions of God’s Word.

James 1:22
“But be doers of the Word [obey the message], and not merely listeners to it, betraying yourselves [into deception by reasoning contrary to the Truth].”

Hebrews 4:2
“For this wonderful news—the message that God wants to save us—has been given to us just as it was to those who lived in the time of Moses. But it didn’t do them any good because they didn’t believe it. They didn’t mix it with faith.”

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