Its been said that a raggedy Bible is a sign of a life that is not raggedy. Hmm. Is this true? Well, not always, but often it is. Wear and tear obviously come with use. Non-use may help you keep a Bible in good condition for a long time but keeping it in good condition and failing to read, meditate, and listen to God through His Word is a tragic mistake. The Bible was never meant to be a souvenir. It was never intended to be a prize to be encased and admired for its physical appearance as a book. We are supposed to put the Bible, God’s written Word to good use. We should read and meditate on it everyday.