When you read the Bible, let the Bible read you. So in other words, try and spend time with it almost as you would a person or a teacher, and let it examine your life. One of the challenges is this: When you read the Bible, apply it to your political persuasion, to policy, or to another person you’re feeling angry at. Maybe you think about that person and you’re like: Oh she needs to read this. Maybe I should text it to her. Okay. So apply it to you! Right? Have the Bible examine you, therefore, read it slowly. The most important discipline I ever did was memorizing the Sermon the Mount, and saying it over myself like a prayer. Then it would challenge me. If i was out of tune, I would I would see parts of my heart that were out of sync with Jesus’ easy rhythms of grace. And I would have to check myself and get back to them.