JOHN 1:1 “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God. “
JOHN 1:14 “ And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us.. “

Many Christians tell me that they love to research and study the Bible and do not get much
reading done as they get more enjoyment out of studying words and different subjects.

About two years ago, I started separating my reading time from my study time.
I would allow a certain amount of time each day for reading and then allow time for studying the Bible.
By using this method, I can reach my reading goals every day and also enjoy in depth word and subject research.

The Bible is a large book, but I want to encourage you to not be intimidated by this fact. If you read on a sixth grade level
of 250 words per minute, you can read the whole Bible in about 53 hours. If you use the KWIKSCAN method, you can read the whole
Bible in 26.5 hours! Most people read faster than 250 words a minute.
I can personally read 100 pages an hour in my KWIKSCAN Bible. IF I CAN DO IT, YOU CAN DO IT!

January, 2011, I started reading 100 pages each day in my Bible (one hour). I was reading the whole Bible every 18 days.
I believe with all my heart that my reading at this pace played a big role in the victorious outcome
of the terrible medical accident that happened to me this year.

I would like to tell you about the KWIKSCAN Bible that I use for my reading time. This Bible is printed in a special way
that emphasizes words by using bold letters. This Bible actually makes you speed read. It decreases your
reading time by 65% and increases your understanding by 34.8%.

You do not need a KWICKSCAN Bible to start reading your Bible more, but I promise you that
this method of reading will really bless you life. You are more than welcome to take a look at the
KWIKSCAN Bible on my product table during this conference.

If you don’t have time to spend in the Word every day, then you don’t value the Word as much as you do
everything else. Whatever you do, READ YOUR BIBLE EVERYDAY. May the Lord Bless and Keep You!

Grace and Peace, LaDonna