Planning for Flexibility in Your Daily Devotions

If you want consistency in your daily devotions, it’s helpful to have a plan. And to keep from becoming discouraged, you should plan on being flexible.

You don’t have to script out every detail. But if you wake up in a different world every day, you’re increasing the likelihood that distractions will throw you off course. And if you’re too rigid, you’ll miss the pleasant surprises that often accompany the unexpected.

I learned the value of both many years ago during an impromptu weekend getaway. Continue reading “Planning for Flexibility in Your Daily Devotions”

Have You Made This Critical Quiet Time Decision?

Consistency in the devotional life is all about the present. It’s the humble acknowledgment that our Creator must be central in our livesĀ today.

It’s not that we need God’s help; it’s that we are completely helpless without God.

If we truly believe this, then we must make a decision: Will we seek Him today, or will we let other people and circumstances set our priorities? Continue reading “Have You Made This Critical Quiet Time Decision?”