“And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh.” – Ecclesiastes 12:12
Studying is hard and sometimes it is boring, but it’s always worth it when you see a 100% on your test or quiz. The Bible says that studying is a weariness to the flesh, but it didn’t say that studying was evil or was a sin. Studying helps us learn better. If we didn’t study we wouldn’t know anything. Remember when you had to study multiplication tables? If you didn’t study them, then you wouldn’t do well on your test.
Make sure that when you are studying you have peace and quiet. Don’t have your T.V. or music on, or any other things around you that might distract you from your studies.
The best place to sit while studying is at your desk, in your kitchen around your dining table, or at the library. Always have good lighting ― not too bright or too dim. Remember to pray to God that He would give you understanding, and that He would help you as you study.
Have a thirst for knowledge. If you are taking English or Literature classes, and if in the class you don’t finish your workbook in time, try to finish it in your spare time at home because God wants us to be thorough and finish what we start.
“The highest knowledge is the knowledge of God.” –Selected