Welcome to our new blog feature! We're here to help you get the most of out of your scripture study, and lend a little inspiration to keep you going along the way. Check back regularly for tips, tricks, and ideas for making scripture study more meaningful in your busy life.
Whatever your day looks like today, you're going to eat at some point, right? You don't even think about it, but it's part of your routine. Because your body requires daily sustenance.
Your spirit is really no different. It craves sustenance, too, and we can unknowingly starve ourselves when we choose not to make things like scripture study part of our daily routine.
Doing something so simple as spending a few minutes a day in your scriptures provides huge benefits that can affect many aspects of your life. For example, daily scripture study:
- Strengthens you against challenges. Do you have a difficult problem that you’re trying to solve? Do you need to know how to approach a particular challenge? Spending just a few minutes a day in your scriptures is like working out your spiritual muscles, and the more you do it, the stronger you become.
- Gives you courage. Does life feel a little heavy? Problems at work, at home, or in your circle of friends or family? The daily power of scripture will help build up your courage to face anything in your way.
- Helps you find inspiration. The words and stories of the prophets are there to give us inspiration in our own lives. And you're more likely to run across those answers when you spend time in the scriptures daily.
- Grants you peace. Our world is becoming more and more busy and noisy. Taking the time every day to quiet your mind and feed your spirit can help you find peace in an increasingly chaotic world.
Daily scripture study doesn't have to be elaborate. And we can help! With customized reading schedules and goal options, your daily scripture study will be easy to fit into whatever your schedule, and wherever you may be.
Small habits can pay off big in the increased strength and peace you'll find in your daily life and struggles.