I picked up a Bible I once used in a Bible study class, awhile ago. It was highlighted in three colors. I had forgotten what the colors meant, but I figured them out. I also remembered that reading with that highlighted method used to bring me deeper into the meaning of the scripture.
So this morning, I read the Readings of the day, and then highlighted them accordingly. It took me an hour! I never did get to Morning Prayer. But I have to admit, this method is a Lectio Divina gimmick. Before you know it, you see the scripture differently.
This is how you do it. Read the scripture. Highlight or underline in one color every time the verse is a command, e.i., "Do unto others..." (Luke 6:31)
Change to another color. Highlight every time the verse states a truism, e.i., "For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." (Matt 11:30)
Lastly, use a third color. Highlight all promises, e.i., "...you will inherit the kingdom of God..." (1 Cor 6:9)
Your Bible will be marked up, but it will be well used, and it's yours anyway.