My 5 for Friday (December 23, 2016)

As you look ahead to a new year, perhaps you are considering a renewed focus on your daily quiet time with God. Perhaps you have struggled to maintain a consistent personal time of prayer and Bible study this past year, or perhaps you are looking to make improvements.

In this week’s My 5 for Friday, I trust that you will find useful ideas for breathing new life into your daily quiet time with the Lord.

  • 10 Tips to Revitalize Your Time with God by Monica Bass. All of us come upon times when our time with the Lord is not as fresh as it could or should be. Monica Bass shares 10 biblical tips for how to overcome this dilemma.
  • 5 Easy Steps to Begin a Daily Quiet Time by Ron Edmondson. “I often encounter people, however, who want to begin a daily quiet time, but they aren’t sure how,” says Ron Edmondson. So he shares 5 steps towards beginning and continuing this important spiritual discipline.
  • 4 Reasons I’ve Stopped Using my iPad for My Personal Bible Study Time by Greg Stier. Greg Stier recognizes the many benefits of using computer technology for ministry and Bible study. But here he offers 4 reasons why he’s abandoned using technology in his daily personal quiet time.
  • Revitalizing Personal Worship from Jim Berg. Many Christians suffer from an overbearing amount of noise in their soul that prevents them from worshiping and enjoying God in a daily, profound way. If this is you, Jim Berg offers biblical advice for how to notice the noise and find your way back.
  • 5 Strategies for Daily Bible Reading by Gavin Ortlund. Gavin Ortlund offers practical ideas for how to conduct a fruitful quiet time with God. Especially helpful as his final two points regarding remembering and applying what you learn each day.
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