This paper is focused on the relationship between Lectio Divina, the medieval Christian exercise of reading and Dostoevsky`s art of reading in his novels. Dostoevsky`s protagonists, such as Sonya, Raskol`nikov, Zosima, and Alyosha, recite or read aloud the Bible or listen deeply others` reading. This acts of reading aloud and deep listening transform their way of life, fate, and whole being, until they reach the stage of having the vision of God. The three characteristics of Dostoevsky`s reading, that is, listening, seeing God, transformation remind the monastic tradition of Lectio Divina. Lectio Divina, often called the art of`sacred reading`, is composed of reading aloud, listening attentively, and contemplating. The 4 steps, lectio, meditatio, oratio, and contemplatio, converge into one ultimate goal, union with God. It is not just reading holy texts from a devotional perspective. It requires total transformation of the reader, whose bodily eyes are reshaped to see God. Both Dostoevsky`s reading and Lectio Divina unite the two different sensory acts, listening and seeing into one beatific vision.