I am sure that there are time pressures which make it difficult to read the Bible.
I have nothing but free time (I’m retired) but I can’t spend every waking moment reading the bible, either.
I am a slow reader. Most of the things I’ve read in my life cannot be read with speed reading. My study of scripture has validated that.
Disclosure: I have no financial interest in what I am about to recommend for you.
I suggest that you buy into the Intervarsity Press Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture… This is structured in the ancient “catena” style (catena = chain). What this is, there’s a few verses of scripture, followed by excerpts from writings of the Early Church Fathers (usually bishops from the first 500 years or so, in Church History).
What this does, is puts you into contact with some verses of scripture, and then there are usually verse-by-verse comments, that help you understand the depth of what scripture is in view.
So, this breaks scripture down to chunks, and then gives what is often some very insightful comments.
The downside of reading the early church fathers is that one of their methods of analysis was “allegory.” This is a type of analysis where someone may look at “sheep and goats” and then say “OH, the sheep are good people and the goats are bad people.” Sometimes this is just too much of a stretch. But, if something like that happens in the book, there are probably a slew of other comments that make more logical sense. The quotations in these books (ACCS has around 27 volumes, altogether) seem TO ME to be very good for casual reading.
Something like this may be very spiritually refreshing for you. I’ll even suggest that you get one of the gospel books, for starters. I don’t think you have to buy into the whole set of books.
In this series of commentaries, you’re looking at what the early church considered about scripture. That’s a good place to search for God.