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When I discovered that I lacked integrity in prayer, it was shocking. In fact, I’m still coming to terms with it. It seems that the more I discover about myself, the more I see a lack of integrity in my prayer. But while this has been an eye-opening discovery, there is one other discovery that
You may have read how a Pastor answered the question, Why have a quiet time? In this article I decided to ask a professor, Dr. Jeremy Pierre, why is it important to have a quiet time? His answer is a little different, but he hits some very important points, partly because Dr. Pierre’s focus is
Recently a prominent Christian leader made a comment that he knew people in overt sin who had “as good a spiritual life as I do.”1 When a Christian can say someone in wanton sin has as good a spiritual life as we do, we should be alarmed. Statements like this suggest we’ve sacrificed spiritual growth
I was looking at 1 Peter 5:6 in my Greek Bible a while ago and when I looked at the first word (the main verb) in the Greek, I was surprised to find it was an imperative (a command). I hadn’t thought much about it, but this made me think about this verse more carefully,
I’ve just finished reading the story of Samson in Judges, if you haven’t read it, it is a good read and it really highlights the grace of God and the fact that leaders (spiritual or otherwise) get their positions not by their skills or any other thing they have but by the grace of God.
It is all too easy to read the Bible, close it and move on with our day. But if we are not letting the time we spend in the Word of God transfer into our prayer time, we are missing out on the richness of the Bible and its application to our soul.
Journalling is journalling. You just start writing, and what comes out is a stream of consciousness.That’s what I used to think, but other approaches can unlock your journaling and provide you with all its benefits. Open Journaling Just write. That’s what journaling is, right? Certainly, that is one way. Fundamentally, open journaling is an excellent
During my Christian life, I’ve tried lots of Bible reading plans. When I had rigorous reading plans, I found that I often had an element missing from my quiet time that prevented me from benefiting from my reading as I could. I’ve found that this element is missing from the quiet times of others too,