Posts tagged Biblical Literacy
1 Kings 1: The King to Come

One of my favorite things about reading the Old Testament is the hidden shadows and types of Christ, waiting to be found like buried treasure. There are so many shadows of good things to come, and I often struggle to see them.

But as I read 1 Kings 1, I pray that the Lord would illuminate his Word and bring me clarity: that the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart would be pleasing in his sight (Psalm 19:14).

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Honey by the Spoonfuls: My Bible Journal

Since I began my public reading life, one of my greatest joys and most satisfying conversations with other readers is when they tell me I recommended a book they love. I truly get a little thrill when someone tells me she was in the worst reading slump and I inspired her to pick up a book, or that he finally picked up that book on his shelf for three years and found a new favorite.

Connecting people to books that mean so much to them—especially in busy seasons—is such a sweet perk to me in this whole “online reader” experience.

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