About 5 years ago I realized what being a Christian really meant. At that time I started reading through the Bible, a book at a time, until I covered all the books. Something I had never done before. And I make sure to read every day. This worked really well, and I think it took me about 2 years to get through the whole thing. Then I went back and started in the Old Testament again, since I need a little more understanding of a lot of it. That took another year. After that, every time I finished a book, I would pray for God to lead me to the next book in the Bible He wanted me to read. So this has worked very well for me for a while...up until now. So now I am a stronger Christian, more familiar with my Bible. I am not feeling the push to read from certain books any longer. I still feel the need to get into the Word, but I am starting to just flit here and there, and I am longing to sit down and get meaty. Right now I am reading a Psalm every night to my children, then later I will just thumb around in the New Testament in the gospels, since they are so familiar to me that I feel like I need to refresh myself because I am taking them for granted. Sooo...any suggestions? How do you do your daily Bible study? Do you just follow a set reading plan? Use Bible study manuals?