Daily time with God

So I found this new devotional online called D365. Its a daily devotional for, obviously, everyday of the year. D365 ( every time I hear that I always think back to Disney when they had ” Disney 365″) is a really great devotional that is pretty easy to understand and has great content. I would suggest trying it out.

Anyways, how much time do you spend with God on a regular basis? 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 1 hour, 3 hours, or none at all. Personally, I spend around 10- 20 minutes a day with him, but we all get really busy or stressed at times and find our selves turning to reading ( other books than the bible) , TV, or sleeping instead of turning to him. Believe me, I do this all the time. We all should at least spend 10-20 minutes a day with God. None of us know everything about him, but if we spend time with him we will gradually know more and more about him and the bible. This will help us in the long run, especially if a non- believer ask yo questions about God or the bible.

So lets all make an effort to try and spend more time with him. It doesn’t have to be multiple hours, just 10- 20 minutes. i challenge all of y’all to spend time with him for 28 days straight ( I heard thats how things become a habit). You can talk to him, pray, read the bible, or do a devotional or bible study. Either way, he wants to spend time with you too. He loves you and cares for you so why not make time for him and spend some time with him.


Author: Emily Blair

avid thinker. INFJ. sushi enthusiast. opinionated. outspoken. strong believer in women's education. old soul. follower of Christ.

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