I have a friend who advises against purchasing any Bible with a black cover. Black-spined Bibles, he explains, seem to peer down accusingly from your bookshelf saying, "You SHOULD be reading me right now. Shouldn't you?" (He recommends brown, genuine leather. Or blue).
Whatever the color, the question remains: Shouldn't we? It seems like the topic of personal devotionals (quiet times) instantly evokes guilt, embarrassment, and a desire to change the subject. Yet, we can't seem to shake the nagging questions, "What should this look like?" "What do other people do?"
Bill addresses these issues in this week's 5 minute podcast conversation.
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