1 – Favorite O.T. Bible Story

2 – Favorite Bible Character

3 – Favorite Scripture

4 – Favorite Chapter

5 – Favorite Book of the Bible

6 – What are you reading from the Bible?

7 – Favorite Bible translation

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  1. Trey Morgan says:

    1 – O.T. Bible Story: Love Abraham sacrificing Isaac. So much love in this story. BUT had Isaac been a teenager at the time this all happened, it might have been easier for Abraham that we thought. hmmm Just a thought.

    2 – Bible Character: Of course Jesus, but not counting him, I’d say: Peter. He was SO human like me. Brash, speak before you think and impulsive.

    3 – Favorite single scripture: Easy … 2 Corinthians 5:21

    4 – Favorite Chapter: John 13, It shows of the heart of Jesus and his commishion to his followers.

    5 – Gospel of Mark

    6 – Proverbs… I read from it everyday.

    7 – Currently reading from the New Century Version, but I use the NIV 90% of the time.

    Thanks for sharing …

  2. Paula Harrington says:

    – Favorite O.T. Bible Story

    It’s gotta be Job. Everytime I read it I see something different or in a different way.

    2 – Favorite Bible Character

    I really like Peter, too. I’m a lot like him.

    3 – Favorite Scripture

    Matthew 7:25

    4 – Favorite Chapter

    Romans 12. The great attitude chapter.

    5 – Favorite Book of the Bible

    James and maybe Colossians

    6 – What are you reading from the Bible?

    Working on a blog about being “In Christ”.

    7 – Favorite Bible translation

    I use three or four in my studies but the one I carry around in NKJV

    Good questions.

  3. Brian Nicklaus says:

    trey, this may be the magic formula to have lots of discussion about a worthy topic. thanks

    1. The exodus, ch 1-15

    2. moses, especially in numbers

    3. Philippians 4:4-14

    4. Isaiah 40

    5. Deuteronomy

    6. thanks to daily bible reading schedule: Deuteronomy

    7. NASB, closely followed by NIV, and ESV is rising fast.

  4. Stachia says:

    1. Naomi & Ruth

    2. Paul

    3. James 1:2-6

    4. James 1

    5. James & Philippians

    6. Proverbs

    7. NIV

  5. DJG says:

    1. Mine changes each time I revisit the OT…currently I am amazed with the story of Samson, his promised conception the angel disappearing into the flame his weakness for women……

    2. Peter because he is like me…Joseph because I want to be like him.

    3. Romans 8:37-39

    4. Romans 8 followed closely by John 14

    5. John

    6. I am reading through the Bible again this year- currently I am in I Samuel.

    7. Love the NLT

  6. lisa leichner says:

    Yay! I love surveys! Believe it or not, I was actually gonna do a Bible one, but yours is no doubt better, so I’ll defer to you. 😉 I really have a hard time picking favorites, but I’ll give it a shot …

    1. OT story: Joseph’s story.
    2. Bible person: Peter — I’m impulsive like him too.
    3. Favorite scripture (or what most speaks to my heart right now): 1 Peter 3:1
    4. Favorite chapter(s?): Matthew 5-7
    5. Favorite book: 1 John
    6. Currently trying to get through (just kidding!): Numbers
    7. The one I use most is NIV

  7. Trey Morgan says:

    djg … I so wanted to use Samson too. He’s amazing. So strong in so many areas and so week in so many too.

    I love the story of him killing 1000 Philistines with the jaw bone of a donkey. Me and a friend were discussing the other day, “what the 1000th Philistine was thinking as he stepped over his 999 dead buddies.” Probably not “I THINK I CAN TAKE HIM.”

  8. Trey Morgan says:

    Brian … you’ve got some goodies going right now. Numbers & Deuteronomy? Hang in there buddy.


  9. The Preacher's Household: says:

    1. Elijah on Mt Carmel
    2. Elijah, (besides Jesus)
    3. Romans 8:1
    4. Ephesians 4 or Isaiah 6
    5. Phillipians/Ephesians/Isaiah
    6. Luke personal, Eccl & Rev study
    7. NIV for reading, NASV for study
    Format of the text is part of the issue. I have two copies of the NIV that look like a book instead of having a lot of extra writing, ie center column etc.

  10. The Preacher's Household: says:

    That last comment was James

    Kathy will reply later

  11. Mommysmart says:

    Good one, Trey!

    1. Prodigal Son
    2. Job
    3. Hebrews 11:1
    4. Hebrews 11
    5. James
    6. The Gospels
    7. NIV, but I love reading scriptures side by side in multiple translations. YEA, internet bibles!

  12. Royce Ogle says:

    1. Elijah defeating the prophets of Baal and Asherah on Mt Carmel.

    2.The Apostle Paul

    3.John 3:16,17

    4.Colossians 1st chapter


    6.1st John


  13. Brian Nicklaus says:

    I am going to respond as my alter ego, Blog Prophet, so I can do it twice…

    1. life of ezekiel
    2. Joseph
    3. Romans 2:21ff
    4. Romans 12
    5. Philippians
    6. also 1 Samuel for sermon series
    7. ESV

  14. Liz Moore says:

    1. OT Story: Joseph’s Story
    2. Bible Character: Jesus and also Mary. I would love to know her thoughts on how she endured what happened to her son.
    3. Favorite Scripture: Isaiah 40:31
    4. Favorite Chapter : Psalm 63
    5. Favorite Book: James
    6. Reading now: Romans
    7. Translations: I like the English Standard Version and the NIV

  15. Tim Archer says:

    1. Gideon. I love how God takes a coward, calls him a “mighty warrior,” then proceeds to turn him into one. There’s hope for me!

    2. Andrew. Lived life in the shadow, yet never seems to have complained. And he is consistently seen as bringing people to the Lord.

    3. Ps. 103:12

    4. Psalm 139

    5. Luke

    6. Galatians (although that’s admittedly because it’s what my radio program this week is covering)

    7. Phillips (even though it’s not really a translation, and it’s only New Testament)

  16. lisaleichner says:

    Brian, were you afraid you got the wrong answers the first time around?

  17. Neva says:

    1. The penitent woman weeping at Jesus feet and drying them with her hair.
    2. Ruth
    3. Psalm 37:4
    4. I John 1
    5. Jeremiah and the NT
    6.NIV but I study from many

  18. Neva says:

    Oops–missed one—favorite book is I John,

  19. Trey Morgan says:

    Brian … you passed the first time. You didn’t have to retake the test!

  20. JP Manzi says:

    yes, lets play.

    1. David and Goliath.

    2. Jesus!!

    3. Gal 2:20 I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.

    4. pretty much anything in Romans.

    5. Romans (w/ John a close 2nd)

    6. Right now, ummm….sadly, nothing in particular.

    7. Thats easy, ESV (English Standard Version)

  21. Bob Bliss says:

    1. Daniel 3 – Daniel’s three friends say no.
    2. Besides Jesus, Jacob. If he can make it than anyone can.
    3. 1John 1:5
    4. Don’t have a favorite chapter.
    5. Mark
    6. 1Chronicles – part of a scheduled reading program.
    7. Don’t have a favorite translation.

  22. The Preacher's Household: says:

    1 – Esther
    2 – Rizpah – 2 Sam. 21:8-13: She dedicated herself to taking care of her kids even in their death. She is an unknown hero that played a very little role but it was a big one to her significant enough to be included in the greatest Book ever written.
    3 – Isaiah 40:28-31
    4 – Hebrews 11
    5 – NIV
    6 – Mark
    7 – NIV


  23. The Preacher's Household: says:

    My #5 was Phillipians, I don’t know what happened to it.

  24. Ancient Wanderer says:

    1. Joseph
    2. Paul
    3. Philippians 2.5-11
    4. Romans 1
    5. Romans
    6. Deuteronomy
    7. ESV


  25. Bobby Cohoon says:

    1 – Favorite O.T. Bible Story
    The Story of Joseph

    2 – Favorite Bible Character

    3 – Favorite Scripture
    Philippians 3:10

    4 – Favorite Chapter
    “3”…ever notice all the “hot” verses that are 3:16?

    5 – Favorite Book of the Bible
    1 Corinthians

    6 – What are you reading from the Bible? Ephesians

    7 – Favorite Bible translation
    Hmmmmmm I love the Paslms in old English of the KJV, but other than that I usually use the NIV

  26. Trey Morgan says:

    Kathy … I loved the story of Rizpah – 2 Sam. 21:8-13. She loved her kids.

    Bobby – I like that KJV too, I just don’t understand all the words. ha

  27. The Preacher's Household: says:

    When I teach on women in the Bible I always include Rizpah and Abishag (1 Kings 1:15) because most women feel they play very insignificant roles when they are really do a great service to others.

  28. Trey Morgan says:

    Kathy … you are a wise woman. I love your heart. Rizpha and Abishag are excellent lessons. You know, I think old James is a lucky guy to have you hanging around. :)

  29. The Preacher's Household: says:

    Thank you.

  30. Gallagher says:

    1 – Favorite O.T. Bible Story — David and Goliath; not only did the little guy win, but his faith in God was bigger than any earthyl giant.

    2 – Favorite Bible Character — Jesus, then Caleb. I love Jesus for obvious reasons, but I love Caleb because of the fire in his bones. At 80+ years old he still conquered the mountain. That ie why my son’s name is Caleb.

    3 – Favorite Scripture – Matthew 11.28-30

    4 – Favorite Chapter – John 17

    5 – Favorite Book of the Bible — Luke

    6 – What are you reading from the Bible? — Philippians then our daily Bible reading

    7 – Favorite Bible translation — ESV

  31. Gallagher says:


    I saw you use the NCV some, how do you like it? I have it as a part of my Logos Bible study software and i use it frequently to quote fomr. I find it interesting and very meaningful and current in places.

    Just a thought…

  32. Trey Morgan says:

    Gallagher … I’m liking the NCV. I use it mainly for reading. I find it to a good change for reading. Some times when I read out of the same version over and over it gets predictable. But I have really liked it.

  33. Michael says:

    (1) Elijah on Mt. Carmel
    (2) Paul
    (3) Philippians 1:27
    (4) Romans 12
    (5) It seems to change all the time. Right now Philippians or 1 Peter.
    (6) I’ve spent a lot of time in John and 1-2 Peter lately.
    (7) TNIV

  34. Michael says:

    (1) Elijah on Mt. Carmel
    (2) Paul
    (3) Philippians 1:27
    (4) Romans 12
    (5) It seems to change all the time. Right now Philippians or 1 Peter.
    (6) I’ve spent a lot of time in John and 1-2 Peter lately.
    (7) TNIV

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