Jesus had the habit of attending the synagogue on the Sabbath day (Lk 4:16-22). There he heard the Old Testament scriptures being read. Apparently he served sometimes as the reader of the text and also as the preacher. Although Jesus is truly God, here on earth He lived as a true human. For this reason He needed to read and hear the word of God. As Jesus was reading from the book of Isaiah on one particular Sabbath day in the synagogue, the Holy Spirit opened for Him the meaning of that passage.
Jesus proclaimed that the word of of prophecy, which He had read aloud, was speaking about Him. The script of his life was written in the Bible! His task was to follow the footsteps laid for the Messiah in the Bible – a path leading to the cross. Jesus came to fulfil the Scriptures. Jesus taught the disciples the same method of reading the Bible (or more accurately the Old Testament, since the New Testament was not yet written). We are to seek Christ in the Bible. The Holy Spirit will open our understanding and point us to Christ everywhere in the Bible (Lk 24:27 & 44-46).
We may be amazed and puzzled by things written in the Bible. We are allowed to question things, because that is one way of gaining more understanding. However the bottom line is this: Jesus says “I am the truth” and about the word of God He says “your word is the truth” (John 14:6 & 17:17). Therefore it is better for us sinners with many faults and errors to place ourselves under the word of God to be examined by it – and not to place ourselves above the word of God judging it (2.Pet 1:20-21 & 2 Tim 3:16-17). Paul is a good role model for us, when he confesses to believe the word of God according to the example of Jesus (Acts 24:14-16).
It is good to find our own way of reading the Bible daily. You may read one chapter or even a shorter passage. It may be a combination of something from the Old Testament and something from the New. The Old Testament brings a deeper understanding of matters stated in the New Testament. As an example find out how John 3:14-15 is related to Numbers 21:4-9. You could try to start your regular daily Bible reading with the Gospel according to John and and the Psalms. Is morning or evening better for you, or perhaps lunch break? Find the best moment for your daily spiritual food.