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    The acronym H.E.A.R. stands for Highlight, Explain, Apply, and Respond. This reading method promotes reading the Bible with a life-transforming purpose. No longer will your focus be on checking off the boxes on your daily reading schedule; your purpose will instead be to read in order to understand and respond to God’s Word.
    First, you read the chapter you are studying. Open your notebook, and at the top left-hand corner, write the letter H. This is where you will highlight the verse that stand out to you.
    Then, you write the letter E and will explain the Bible verse (Who, What, Why, When, Where, and How) to best understand what’s going on.
    Next, write the letter A and explain how to apply it to your life.Finally, write the letter R and write how you will respond. This can be a prayer to God, or it could mean that you take another call to action.
    HIGHLIGHT the verses that speak to you.
– Write out the name of the book.
– Which chapter and verse stood out to you?
    EXPLAIN what this passage means.
– To whom was it originally written? Why?
– How does it fit with the verses before and after it?
– What is the Holy Spirit intending to communicate through this text?
    APPLY what God is saying in these verses to your life.
– What does this mean today?
– What is God saying to you personally?
– How can you apply this message to your life?
    RESPOND to what you’ve read.
– In what ways does this passage call you to action?
– How will you be different because of what you’ve learned?
– Write out a prayer to God in response to what you read today.