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God's Word is "Spirit and it is life" (John 6:63).  Therefore, to get the full benefit from a S.T. we need to spend time in prayer, tuning our spirits into Heaven.  The best time to have a H.H. is when Jesus did - early in the morning (Mark 1:35).  We must not only give God the first fruits of our finances, but also the first and best part of our time, when we are most alert - before our minds get clogged up with the busyness of the day.

1a. Make sure there is no broken fellowship between you and your heavenly Father.  If there is do 1 John 1:9.  See also Psa 32:5 & Prov 28:13.

1b. Spend some time in prayer.  Those who have received their Heavenly Prayer Language need to diligently practice "praying in the spirit and praying with the mind also." 1 Cor 14:2,4,14-15,18.

1c. Spend some time in praise and worship.  This entails thanking God for who He is and what He's done for you.  "Singing with the spirit and singing with the mind also" (1 Cor 14:15) adds a powerful dimension to your ability to worship God adequately.  Build a vocabulary of praise, by using the Psalms to praise Him (see Psa 95:2 - NAS).  How?  In your daily reading of the Psalms, look for every expression of 'praise' and highlight each one in dark blue.  Having identified these verses, daily read several of them out aloud as heartfelt expressions of your praise and worship to God.

Point 1 should take between 40-60 minutes.

2a. Before you read the Word, pray for a spirit of wisdom and revelation, using the prayers found in Eph 1:15-19; Eph 3:14-21 & Col 1:9-14, inserting your name in to personalize the prayers.  Diligently doing this will open the "eyes of your understanding" to discover a wealth of Bible treasure like never before.

2b. Because "Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God", it is beneficial to read audibly, or follow along on your computer screen as HeavenWord reads the Bible to you.  Go to on the internet, to discover the many powerful features of this amazing software, and how it'll saturate your spirit in the truth of God's Holy Word.  By hearing and seeing the Word in this way, you will definitely absorb more truth.

2c. Read your Bible sitting at a desk.  Before you start reading, make sure you have all the necessary study aids.  You need a pen, ruler, coloring in pencils, tissues, a modern translation (e.g. NAS, NIV, J.B. Phillips), Strong's exhaustive concordance & Hebrew/Greek dictionary, a dictionary and a S.T. note book.  Use a good Study Bible that has expository notes at the foot of each page.  Study Bibles also introduce each book of the Bible, giving you the time of writing and historical background, which is of utmost importance for a clear understanding of the Scriptures.

2d. PC Study Bible is a gold mine of study aids - all just a click away.  It has 10 Bibles easily read side by side, 14 powerful study tools and a treasure chest of 13 complete reference works.  Go to on the internet, to see the list of all it contains.  Also, read about its two amazing programming features that makes it unrivaled for Bible study and research.

God's Word is light from Heaven

Psa 119:130 The unfolding of Thy Words

gives light; it imparts understanding to the simple.

2e. Use a color code system.  First, it forces you to read attentively, looking for relevant verses that apply to the color code system.  Then in witnessing and counseling, you'll instantly be able to flip to the applicable Scriptures.  By following this system you'll become a master of your Bible in the shortest possible time.

(Change to suit your preferential subjects of study)

1.    BROWN - Word (e.g. Psa 119:9,11,89,103,105,130,162; Psa 138:2; Jer 1:12; Heb 4:12)
2.    FAWN -
Divine Healing (e.g. Isa 53:3-5; Matt 8:17; 1Pet 2:24; Prov 4:20-22; Mark 5:25-34)
3.    CRIMSON -
Prosperity, Tithing & Giving (e.g. 2Cor 8:9; 2Cor 9:6-12; Mal 3:8-12; Phil 4:15-19)
4.    RED -
The Name of Jesus (e.g. Mark 16:17; Acts 3:16; Acts 4:10; Phil 2:8-11; Heb 1:4)
5.    ORANGE -
Salvation (e.g. John 1:12; John 6:37,47; Rom 10:9-11,13; 2Cor 6:2)
6.    YELLOW -
Prayer and Fasting (e.g. John 16:23-24; Mark 11:24; 1John 5:14-15; Matt 6:16-18)
Water Baptism (e.g. Matt 3:13-16; Acts 2:38a,41; Acts 8:35-39)
8.    DARK GREEN -
In Him (e.g. Rom 8:1-2,32,37; 2Cor 5:17-21; Eph 1:3,7; Phil 4:13)
9.    LIGHT BLUE -
Holy Spirit (e.g. Luke 11:11-13; Acts 2:4; Acts 10:44-46; Acts 19:6; John 7:37-39)
10.  DARK BLUE -
Praise and Worship (e.g. Psa 22:3; 29:1-2; 30:11-12; 135:103; 147:1; Heb 13:15)
11.  PURPLE -
Faith (e.g. Heb 10:38; Heb 11:1,6; Mark 11:22-23; Rom 12:3; 10:17; 4:17-21)
12.  BLACK -
Demons & Hell (e.g. Luke 10:18-19; Matt 10:1; James 4:7; Rev 20:10-15)
NOTE: Normal color pencils are the best to use on Bible paper.  Don't press too hard when coloring in or else you may damage the paper.  Also thoroughly rub over the portions you have colored in with a tissue or else the color will transfer onto the opposite page when you close your Bible.

2f. There are certain verses that will be a blessing to you, that are not covered by the color code system.  Underline these verses with a pen, and write down any revelation knowledge you receive from the Lord in the margin of your Bible.  Also use your S.T. notebook to write down all instructions and/or teachings you receive from the Lord in prayer or while studying His Word - and practice them.  Write out good Scriptures you would like to memorize and confess,
at the back of your S.T. notebook.

2g. Spend a few minutes meditating on a verse or two that was meaningful to you during your Bible reading.

2h. Spend a few minutes confessing God's Word over your life, especially the IN HIM Scriptures which reveal who you are 'in Christ' and what you can do 'through Christ'.  In your daily life and conduct determine to be a 'doer of the Word'. (James 1:22-25)

Point 2 should take between 20-30 minutes.  In total, our goal should be to spend 60-90 minutes in uninterrupted prayer, praise and study of the Word.

3. Following this daily Bible reading program will ensure you get a balanced spiritual diet 365 days a year, resulting in you living a far more stable, victorious and fulfilled Christian life.

Following this program you will read through the Old Testament once, (except for Psalms and Proverbs which you will read twice), the Gospels, Acts & Revelation twice, and the Epistles three times in a year.
2. The numbers in parenthesis after each day's date, show you that although the daily number of chapters varies greatly, the number of verses is more or less the same.

Psa 1:1-3 How blessed is the man whose...
2  ...delight is in the law of the LORD, and in His law he meditates day and night.
3  And he will be like a tree {firmly} planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither; and in whatever he does, he prospers.


I was raised by a God fearing father, who only found Jesus on his deathbed, but was never-the-less diligent to pray and read the Bible every evening with his family.  Consequently, his 3 sons chose the path of righteousness, loving and serving the Lord to this day, even though our father died when I was only 16 years old.

Prov 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it.

I'm raising my family the same way my father raised us...
1. We
worship with a CD for about 10-20 minutes.
2. We
pray for about 10-15 minutes.
3. We spend about 10-15 minutes reading and discussing the
Word of God.
4. We spend a few minutes
confessing the Word over our lives.
5. We spend a few minutes
memorizing and revising scriptures.

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