Moving back to the Book.


For quite some time I’ve been partaking my daily reading in the Bible with an app. The reading plans are cool. They even remind me when I’ve missed. But honestly, it’s turned into a guilt trip. It may seem weird to some of you, me being such a nerd and techie, that I’d want to switch back to a printed book. And with all my novel reading and whatnot, I still prefer my iPad w/ the Kindle app.

But, reading the Word, I miss the printed book. I miss the thin pages. I miss being able to underline and turn back and forth. I also miss the Study Bible notes that accompany the scripture!

I saw this post in my Facebook feed today, and it got me thinking…I miss writing in my Bible. I miss turning to older notes and underlines, and being inspired again.

So today I’m switching back!


Author: TREVOR

Leukemia survivor. Son of The Most High. Father. Man.

3 thoughts on “Moving back to the Book.”

  1. I have done the exact same thing for the same reason. I know what you are feeling, this book above all is too special, the feel of the paper in our hands links us to the generation in the past, it must be as it has always been.


  2. I don’t blame you Trevor. I love my Bible. It has so many of my notes I’ve written over the years.


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