Help with a daily devotional time

For help getting started why not follow our daily devotions which began on 13 April 2020 and will continue, God willing, during the lockdown? Click HERE.

We will keep the link live after the lockdown.


Why this is so important:

For all Christians, it’s important to maintain closeness to God. One good way is to plan into each day an appointment with him. This discipline should allow you time to reflect on God and on the day’s tasks. You are stopping to acknowledge

his lordship

your need of him

and your love for him.  

If we are always giving out and not receiving, we can become worn out and feel spiritually bankrupt. The Bible is the best source to hear from God and this, if reflected on and meditated on, will impact your life and lead to prayer for yourself and others, as well as to praise and thanksgiving. 

Resources 

a Bible

a notebook

a pen

(and perhaps also a hymn book, a devotional book or booklets, a book of prayers, Common Worship (or Book of Common Prayer), a journal).

  

For more on this subject:


Click HERE for advice on getting started.

 

Click HERE for an example of a structured devotional time.

 

Click HERE for advice on Bible reading plans.

 

Click HERE for some useful links.