What’s the reference to the Bible as ‘God’s Love Letter?’ If I’ve read the Bible before, why should I read scripture daily? It seems redundant to read the same words over and over again, what’s new in reading a word today that I read last year? What is the impact of a hand-written letter or card? Is the art of handwriting a lost art? How do I know if I’m reading enough scripture to my kids? If we hear God’s Word proclaimed at Mass every Sunday, isn’t that enough scripture study? How often should I read the Bible? I try to read scripture, but don’t seem to retain what I’m reading. What are some tips for a fruitful reading of God’s Love Letter to me?
With texting being so popular today, handwriting is a lost but yet new art. I look back at the letters my dad wrote me, his handprint is left behind on earth now that he’s gone. -Kari
If we can think of God’s Word as a love letter: there’s a personal message for you, and His word is always fresh and new… His Word has a new meaning in a new setting. -Tom
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran discuss the gift of God’s Love Letter and hand-written letters from family. Kari talks about her conviction to read more scripture and decision to homeschool all their children. Tom continues to give examples of simple acts of reparation and discuss their journey of home-hunting.