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The Bible in all its entirety can be intimidating. There are over 31,000 verses total...but what if you just focused on one verse every day? It's a great way to connect with Scripture little by little and familiarize yourself with different books, stories, and parables.
If you're new to studying your Bible or if you're just looking to mix up your reading routine, why not try diving into just one verse every day?
Here are a few suggestions of what to do every day with your verse:
Read the verse in several different translations. Each one (such as the NIV, KJV, ESV, NLT, etc) will word the verse differently, so you'll see slightly different perspectives on what is being said.
Write it out. The act of writing out the verse by hand will help commit it to your memory. If you want to take it even further, write out several different translations of the verse!
Read it in modern language.The Message is a paraphrase of the Bible written in modern-day language, so it's a totally fresh, new take on what the verse says. This might help you connect with the verse better, and it's a useful tool in Bible study.
Read commentaries on the verse. We have several excellent options for commentaries here. Take a look at what is written about the verse each day to help you get a deeper understand of its meaning and significance.
Take notes about what that verse means to you or about what you learn. You can do this easily with the notes feature on our site!
If you're looking for other ways to read through your Bible, try a reading plan!