Since I'm in between group Bible studies, I've struggled with what I should be reading in the Bible on my own. I know that probably sounds a bit silly, but it's true. It's saddening to me to realize how trivial, daily things come between God and me if I'm not involved in a structured group study. In the past I've tried to read a Psalm and a Proverb each day, and that helps most of the time. However, this time I've just been getting splices of the Word here and there, you know? I recently received a copy of My Utmost for His Highest, or is it My Highest for His Utmost? I don't even remember and I'm too lazy to go get the book from my bedroom. Well, it's a nice devotional book, however, the Scripture given for each day is extremely minimal, so I don't really feel fed after using the book. Well, this morning I decided to ask God what I should read - imagine that! I believe He told me to read James, so James it is. I've done a precept study on James before, so I'm very familiar with the book, but that was years ago. God's Word is so amazing in that a person can do a deep word-by-word study, and yet STILL learn something new every time it's read! I love that about God and His word! So today, after reading James chapter 1, I'm asking God to help me keep a tight reign on my tongue (verse 26) I know that is one of my many faults. So, what are you working on these days?