I’ve always held the belief that time in God’s word is very important.
But, sometimes when I’d sit down for my quiet time, I would feel overwhelmed. I was so stuck on where to begin, what to do, etc. that I just did nothing. And I might go for days without getting deep into the scriptures because I felt so lost without extra time or a plan. And it was easy to just let it go.
Maybe you can relate.
Maybe you’ve been struggling to make time for a daily quiet time. Maybe you believe, as I do, that it is vitally important, but you just haven’t made it a priority. Isn’t it funny how our actions sometimes defy logic that way?
Maybe you want to make it a priority, but aren’t quite sure where to start. Or maybe you already have a dedicated quiet time, but would like some direction with journaling through it.
If any of these describes you, then I believe this Homemaker’s Quiet Time Journal could help you.
When I did a survey here on Serving Joyfully, the overwhelming majority of the readers said that the number one way to go from just surviving to thriving, is by reading God’s word and spending time with Him, daily. But so often, it’s the first thing we let go when life gets busy.
I challenge you not to let that happen. Get in His word!
Help For Your Quiet Time
As I said above, instead of giving you permission to forego this time with the Lord, I want to provide you with practical tips and resources to help you in setting up your own quiet time. In this book, you will find:
More reasons that daily Bible Study should be non-negotiable for us;
Practical tips for scheduling your quiet time;
Practical tips for getting the most out of your quiet time;
A suggested quiet time routine with several components and how I use them in my daily study;
31 days worth of journaling sheets. Each journaling page has sections to coordinate with the quiet time components, along with a suggested Bible verse to inspire your time;
An Index with more than 50 Bible verses, arranged by topic, meant to inspire you with a desire to study God’s word.
It is my hope and prayer that this resource will help you in your quiet time.