This journal exists to help you get into a daily habit of spending time with God. I hope it becomes a simple joy in your every day life. A quiet time journal doesn’t require “quiet” if you have small children, noisy room mates or a busy commute. You can still work around those distractions, even if it means you study a verse instead of a chapter in your allocated time. Plan ahead: different people might have unique preferences for the time of day that suits them. For example, early morning before anyone else in the house has stirred, on the morning commute, at a café with a coffee in hand, in the park in your lunch break, or at night after you’ve put the kids to bed. The point is to intentionally set aside time each day to dedicate to God’s powerful, wonderful and life-changing Word.
This fully interactive journal contains the following sections for guided/focussed study:
- Date, Time, Place
- Daily Gratitude
- Daily Goals
- Prayer for Guidance
- Bible Reading
- Study Notes
- What am I learning about God?
- How does this change the way I live?
- Who can I pray for today?