On the first day of Feast Day of Trumpets, Ezra reads the Law to the assembled from the cities from morning till mid-day (Neh. 8.1ff.).
A few notable points: (1) the length of the reading and (2) no one was whining or sniffling about long Bible readings. This is stunning, sobering, and bracing. Try reading just the Bible for several hours to an assemblage of Americans, Canadians, or Brits. You would be howled down. People would vote with their feet. "We'll not be having it!"