Books are awesome! However, I haven't always felt that way. I can remember a time (and if you know me, you can too) when you couldn't pay me enough to just sit down and read. I recently discovered, however, that that was all because I was reading the wrong things.
Last summer, I read Mandisa's autobiography, IdolEyes. About half way through, I realized, "Hey, I can actually learn from this!" I was able to realize that my hatred of books came from a lack of purpose. When I say that, I mean that the books I was reading had absolutely no purpose at all. But when I finally got a book that was based on the Word of God, I couldn't put it down.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not condemning anyone who enjoys fiction or any other genre of literature, I'm just saying that there is nothing in the world like sitting down and filling your mind with wisdom and knowledge of the Word of God.
When was the last time you read a Christian-based book other than the Bible? Resolve to read at least one Christian book this month. Trust me, you'll be glad you did.
Some Christian authors I suggest are: Ray Comfort, John MacArthur, Dr. David Jeremiah, etc.