Reading, language learning, word puzzles, and stimulating conversations build reserves of active brain cells which delay and/or diminish the symptoms of diseases such as Alzheimer’s. (Television viewing doesn’t help—in fact, some studies show it contributes to brain atrophy.)
Reading the Bible can play a significant role in brain development, but it has even more to offer:
Romans 10:17 says: “faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ.”
Reading the Bible (God's Love Notes) offers us dual benefits: it affects both the mind and the spirit, building brain cell reserves and “faith reserves.”
This devotion is from Bible Love Notes, a site offering 1-minute devotions for women each weekday morning. If you would like to subscribe, click the picture on the right.