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Bible Society Urges Daily Reading Of Scriptures


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The Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN) has urged Christians to cultivate the habit of reading the Bible daily, according to a report released today by NNN NEWS.

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According to the Online News Agency of Nigeria, “The Bible Society of Nigeria is a non-denominational organization vested with the translation, distribution, publication of the Bible and making the word of God affordable and available for people to read”.

Moreover, he spoke on Sunday at a news conference to mark the opening of the 20th edition of its Marathon Bible Reading (MBR), held at the Williams Memorial Methodist Church, Ebute-Meta of Lagos State, Pastor Samuel Sanusi, General Executive Officer (CEO) of the society made the appeal to Christians, based on the report.

He said that “MBR was an annual, week-long, non-competitive Bible reading that allowed participants to read the Bible in any language of their choice without interruption for five days”. Furthermore, based on the report, the theme for the 2022 edition of the MBR is “The Word is God”, based on the report.

Meanwhile, Pastor Sanusi urged “people to imbibe the culture of reading the Bible daily, as he called on Nigerians to return to God by reading and obeying His Word, based on the report.

Furthermore, Pastor Sanusi in his statement noted that this year’s edition starts on Monday September 5, in 93 different reading centers across Lagos State. He added that the program will hold simultaneously in 117 additional centers in 18 other States of the country, including Nasarawa, Adamawa, Bauchi, Gombe, Borno, Yobe, Ekiti, Ondo, Osun, Oyo Taraba, Kogi, Kwara, Ogbomoso, Imo, Edo. , Abia and Abuja, based on the report.

However, the highlight of the conference was a marathon reading of the Bible in five different languages ​​and certificates of participation were presented to five of the readers from the society, said Pastor Sanusi, according to the report.

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