Welcome Sunday morning fans today I share with you a great daily decotional I camr across and some fun inspired art.
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In the midst of your busy day, take a private moment to connect with God and refresh your spirit. Daily Meditations for Christians offers short meditations that pair powerful excerpts of fiction with words of faith, inspiring you to find meaning―and grow closer to God daily.
Each memorable line from a piece of Christian fiction is followed by a brief reflection, prayer, or affirmation. Scripture passages for these daily meditations are referred to by chapter and verse, encouraging you to pick up your favorite Bible and finish your personal practice in contemplation.
Daily Meditations for Christians includes:
- A year in Christ―365 short daily meditations give you thought starters for every day of the year―or as often as you want to spend a few minutes reflecting.
- Notable authors―Deepen your spiritual insights with inspirational quotes from Terri Blackstock, J.R.R. Tolkien, Beth Moore, Karen Kingsbury, C.S. Lewis, and Willam Paul Young.
- Specific guidance―Daily meditations are indexed by both subject and Scripture passage―so you can rediscover the topics that speak to you most.
Connect with God’s word every day through Daily Meditations for Christians.
The daily entries are short and to the point. Sometimes we feel as though we can’t devote 5-10 minutes to meditate on God’s word because of the daily rat race – we call LIFE.
Author Rebecca Hastings makes it easy for readers to make time to meditate on God’s word. Each entry has a quote/reflections and bible verse for readers to reflect on throughout the day. Lisa
Sunday 24: Jeremiah 17 9-10 verse:
The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? I the LORD search the heart, I try the reins, even to give every man according to his ways, and according to the fruit of his doings.
Like us, Jeremiah had to learn that the heart of man is more deceitful than anything else – and is desperately wicked, sick and incurable.. and like Jeremiah we see the results of individuals and nations who put their trust in men.. suffering the consequences of their ungodly choices.
The outward appearances of a man may deceive us.. but God alone understands the heart. We may not even know the true content of our own heart, but the Lord our God knows what is in the heart of each one of us.
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Love this .
I also loved Rebecca’s book.
Truly a gift!
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