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Excuses. Excuses.  We love to give excuses.  So, what excuses do most people give for not reading God's Word?  Kris Langham of Through The Word says that according to Barna research, the two top reasons for neglecting the Bible are 1) a lack of time and 2) it's hard to understand.  Kris and his co-teachers at Through The Word have done their best to develop a daily Bible study program that addresses these most common barriers to getting into Scripture.

Click here for a link to Through The Word