(Proverbs 24:32 KJV) Then I saw, and considered it well: I looked upon it, and received instruction.
Notice the progression to learning. First, he “saw” (2372). This is an important first step to learning. As I look at the Hebrew definition I notice that one nuance is to see with the intelligence. We need to have our brain turned on when we try to learn.
I remember as a kid we used to have contests in Sunday School. One competition was to see how many verses or chapters we could read in a week. Of course we chose Psalm 117 and John 11:35. We would read them over and over. If the rules did not allow that we read as fast as we could. I can guarantee that we learned nothing in the process.
So? Don’t try to see how much of the Word you can read in a day. Don’t set a certain number of verses or chapters. It will be a legalistic waste of time. Read with your intelligence. Use your brain. God gave one to everybody.