The Bible is our holy book, telling the story of God in a wonderful variety of ways. It contains history, poetry, proverbs, prophecy, letters and the story of Jesus told from four different perspectives. If you are having a bad day and want to shout at God, then take a look at the Psalms and you’ll see others have felt like that before.
God speaks to us through the Bible today and turning to it regularly through reading or hearing helps us to understand God better. Guided by the Holy Spirit, it can also help us to understand how God wants us to live in the world.
Below is a list of useful links for people wishing to either dip into daily Bible readings or take on a spiritual reading on a regular basis. Some are free and they include some with a focus on Bible study and others on reflective Bible reading and prayer.
As part of a range of resources ‘Daylight’ and ‘Guidelines’ offer daily readings, comment and prayer to suit different needs and preferences
This free Bible Reading app with commentary can be sent to your phone or tablet daily. The commentaries are by Nicky and Pippa Gumbel from Holy Trinity Brompton. Nicky pioneered the Alpha course.
Invites you to make a ‘Sacred Space’ in your day, praying with the help of scripture chosen every day. It can be accessed online or downloaded as a free app. It comes from the Ignatian tradition.
A free, online guide from Scripture Union. Each day uses a new Bible passage with fresh resources to refresh your quiet time with God. It is possible to also join a WordLive conversation on Facebook.
An audio daily reflection
It is a deck of 52 cards for engaging young people in God’s word. Each card contains a Bible reading selected from the principal service, thought provoking questions, prayer focus, a weekly challenge and quotable quotes to stimulate thought, discussion, learning and application. Visit the LecDeck page to find out more and order your pack.
Everyday Bible Bookmark
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