How to Set a Bible Reading Goal

setting goal to read Bible

To set a smart Bible reading goal do the following:
1. Make your Bible reading goal specific
Make your Bible reading goal specific by deciding how often you will read it. 
For example you can say, “I will read my Bible every day”. 

2. Make your Bible reading goal measurable 

Make your Bible reading goal measurable by using units you can assess like chapters and verses. 
For example you can say, “I will read 1 chapter of the Bible every day”. 

3. Make your Bible reading goal attainable 
Make your Bible reading goal attainable by deciding when you will read your Bible. 
For example you can say, “I will read 1 chapter of the Bible each morning”.

4. Make your Bible reading goal realistic 
Make your Bible reading goal realistic by deciding how you will create the time to read your Bible. 
For example you can say, “I will wake up at 4.30 am instead of at 5.00 am so that I can read 1 chapter of the Bible each morning”.

Therefore your final Bible reading goal can be: “I will read 1 chapter of the Bible every day in the morning from 4.30 am”. 

As you read your Bible be sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit and do not let your goal of completing 1 chapter rush you since it some situations God may want to minister to you from just once verse and keep you fixed on it until He reveals everything He wants you to know. 

In addition, keep a pen and paper nearby as you read your Bible so that you can write down any insights you receive. 

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