Making Time for God
REAL ISSUE: ‘My schedule doesn’t allow me to spend quality time with God. I don’t have the time which is why my word-level is low. What can I do?’
RESEARCH AND STUDY
And the foolish said to the wise, “Give us some of your oil, for our lamps are going out.” Matthew 25:8
In this series we’ve already discussed how to identify when your word-level is low and provided you with a plethora of resources to replenish your supply. In this issue, I’ll keep it simple and provide practical ways for you to implement your spiritual strategy on how to spend time with God.
When you wake up,
set your alarm 15 minutes earlier to pray (in the Spirit) and read the Word out loud.
Getting ready for work,
put the CD Player in the bathroom and listen while you shower or shave.
If you take public transit, read your Bible or listen to teachings on your iPhone or iPod.
Driving to work or running errands, listen to faith-building CD’s.
At your workstation,
keep scriptures in your desk drawer so that you can see them every time you open it.