Reading through the Bible gives a person a chance to get the gist of the Bible, the ideas of the sagas, the generations, the themes of the Bible.
However, reading a verse word for word is more difficult to do, indeed, for a lay reader, or Bible student.
Here are a few verses to get you started.
“God brings the best out of you.” – Romans 12:2
“I am overwhelmed with joy in the Lord my God.” - Isaiah 61:10
“We are God’s masterpiece.” – Ephesians 2:10
“The Lord will keep all His promises.” – Psalm 145:13
“Lord, there is no god like you, and no works like yours.” – Psalm 86:8
“The Lord has done great things for us, and we are very glad.” – Psalm 126:3
These are a few phrases from the Bible.
I’m now confounded by how little I know about the Bible.
I look over a Bible pamphlet that lists a verse from Matthew 28:30, and find myself unable to memorize it. Then, I arrive home, to find that our family Bible contains no such verse.
Through the past through years, a number of Bibles have passed through my hands, however, not countless numbers of Bibles. There are many versions of Bibles, in the English language, that I have yet to read.