Nobody except the Holy Spirit can make the Bible unboring to you. And you should always pray to the Spirit for knowledge, wisdom, prudence, and, generally, insight.
Answer your own question: What would make the Bible*** not ***boring to you? I’ve already made one reply to your question – that’s the story of my life, I get no reaction to what I say, very infrequently in these forums.
So, this time, I’ll tell you what is making the Bible very unboring to me right now. About two weeks ago, I was listening to EWTN radio, the program “Called to Communion” with Dr. David Anders.
I tuned in for only a few minutes and heard enough to catch Dr. Anders recommendation of a book by Joachim Jeremias
Well, yeah, with shipping it’s over $30. The book is very nit-picky, with attention to a lot of details. And, he’s provided some very interesting insights into the liturgy of the Eucharist. I’m only half-way through, myself, but I have found it very instructive. Jeremias is not a Catholic, but he answers a lot of questions that pop up in this scripture forum.
For example, he spends a lot of time getting to the conclusion that the Last Supper was on a Thursday and that it was a passover meal. Now, that’s a big deal, because there are Catholics who don’t agree with those simple statements. The “bread” which Jesus blessed was unquestionably unleavened bread (which goes along with the meal being a passover meal), and so the practice of some parishes using leavened bread can be addressed, as he does, with scripture.
I’m into a section now where he’s talking about the mysteries in the gospels and some of the other NT writings. There’s a place where Jesus says “let him who can, understand” or something like that. And, Jeremias offers an explanation for this. There’s a lot of the mystery stuff and Jeremias heads straight into it.
There’s the whole subject of whether the gospel of John is different from the other gospels. Well, the answer is really not just ‘yes’ but ‘yes’ and ‘no’ and he tells you why.
This amazon offering is the english translation of the third edition of the book, which was published originally in 1960 or so. this book might solve your insomnia problems, if you have any. It starts off with the quartodecimanian controversy. Now! Aren’t you intrigued, already? How can you rest until you discover the solution to this issue? Skip the 2 day delivery and get the amazon drone in the air. (humor)
Seriously, it’s a tough read, but worth it, if you’re up to it.