November 12, 2023 • Evening and Morning Prayer

A frequent conversation I have with people has to do with daily devotions. The conversation almost always goes the same way; it’s almost always about the frustration to remain faithful in doing daily devotions. Perhaps you know exactly what I’m talking about. You have good intentions, you want to spend time in the Word and in Prayer, but you can’t keep it going consistently and regularly. And because of that, you start to feel guilty and eventually you just give up even trying. That is a common story, and a common frustration that we have.

Daily devotions is time with God. It is time in God’s Word. It is a time for prayer. It is a time of confession and forgiveness; a time to thank and praise God for Who He is and what He has done for you. It is a time of meditation and thinking about your Christian faith in life. There are 1,000 different ways to have daily devotions; but at its core it’s time with God, His Word, and in prayer.

Morning and Evening is the rhythm of our days; morning and evening are perfect times to spend time with God in His Word and in prayer.

The morning and the evening remind you of God’s presence in all areas of your life: in the business of the day and the quietness of the night.

Evening and morning are natural transition points in your daily life; they have always been opportunities for God’s People to spend dedicated time with God, in His Word, and in prayer. Amen!

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