Does the Bible ask You to Have Quiet Time?

Does Timing Matter?

Don't let people "guilt" you into a morning quiet time unless that's what best fits your schedule. This 1-minute devotion explains why.

Rules and regulations.

Sometimes they’re necessary, sometimes not.

When I was a new Christian, several well-meaning Bible study sisters told me that I must have a quiet time in the morning or I’d start my day without the Lord. They quoted several Psalms. 

A morning quiet time is great, and many people prefer it, but it’s not the only spiritual option.

The psalmist mentions prayer throughout the day and even throughout the night. And 1 Thessalonians 5:17 encourages us to meet with God all day long.

Busy moms sometimes pray during their children’s nap-time or after their children are in bed. 

Commuting Christians often pray during their travel time. 

Others read their Bibles and pray in the evening to clear their heads for restful sleep and ask God’s blessings on the following day.

What works at one stage of our lives, doesn’t always work at another.  

If you’re struggling to fit in a daily quiet time, ask God for creative options. He’ll help you because He wants to meet with you.

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