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Here are four tips to create more time for your devotions with God:
“Tip # 12 Get your calendar out and set an appointment with God every day for the next thirty days.
I have my time set one my calendar. I have the reminder come up which forces me to click yes (I did it), no (I did not), or I can defer it for one hour from now…
Tip # 13 Take a simple inventory of where you spend your time. How many hours do you:
work each day?
spend in exercise?
spend in leisure?
How many minutes do you spend with God?
Consider how much time you should spend with God this week. Next month, evaluate yourself again. Set a goal to spend ten percent more time with God then you did last month.
Tip # 14 Take a 3 x 5 card and add this to it:
Write this across the top. I spent ____ minutes with God today, and He taught me _______
Carry that card with you during the day. Refer to it at meals and at bedtime. If your family has a conversation at a meal, then use this card to speak about what God taught you today to reinforce it…
Tip # 15 Find a Bible study tool or short reading plan to try for one week…”
(Used by permission by John O'Malley Overcoming Your Devotional Obstacles)
Tomorrow I will share with you tips to overcome the Obstacle of Comprehension.
Begin 2020 by reading a new devotional called The One Year Adventure with The God of Your Story. It follows the scripture readings in Tyndale's The One Year Bible Creative Expression . It is written by Brian Hardin who founded the Daily Audio Bible podcast, in which he shares similar devotional commentary verbally.
For more than 15 years, God has used Experiencing God in His work, showing believers how to know Him intimately while encouraging them to step out in faith and join Him in His work with miraculous results. The revised Member Book has been updated with new illustration and testimonial content that demonstrates how this study contributed to some truly miraculous results.