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  1. Great tips! I use many of them myself. I think we sabotage ourselves when we think we have to follow an elaborate routine or have perfect circumstances in order to spend time in the Word. But with these tips, we can fellowship with God all through the day.

    1. Isn’t that the truth, Barbara? Sometimes we think that if we don’t stop everything to pull out our Bible and have an hour of quiet time we cannot pray, study or spend time with the Lord. How silly is that? If that were the case, nobody would be able to have a great relationship with Him.

  2. Wonderful post!! I love Charles Swindoll’s quote about the single best practice being memorizing scripture. I’ve been convicted that I need to work on this during this virus. I have still been getting up early to keep my am. appointment with God…a necessity during these uncertain times.
    Blessings,
    Bev xx

    1. Memorizing scripture has been a desire of mine as well. I have so much in my head but without any Scripture reference to them. I used to be able to remember the verse and reference but since my stroke I haven’t been as good at it so I too want to work on this!!

    2. Great job, Bev. Making an appointment is a great way to stick to your alone time.

  3. Hi, Wendy, so wonderful to find your words here, and my prayer during this time of quarantine has been that I will not waste these days, but will emerge on the other side with a stronger realization of my need for God in every minute.
    Thanks for this great encouragement.

    1. Thanks so much, Michele. I agree. I believe that this time in history is our calling from God to turn to Him. Not just His children, but for the world to repent and turn to Him.

  4. I love this! With live so busy, I haven’t been as faithful with my time with God. Great tips and insight. Thank you!

    1. Thanks so much, Sue. I think we all could do just a little bit more to spend time with our Lord.

  5. I’ve used the Bible Memory app for several years (it used to be called Scripture Typer) and absolutely LOVE it for memorizing scripture. It has helped me tremendously. Glad to see you recommend it here! Tons of great advice here. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Yes those are some great recommendations Wendy made! I have not tried the Bible memory app yet but I am going to!!

    2. I appreciate that, Lisa. I’m still in the early stages of Scripture memorization, but that app makes it much easier, doesn’t it?

    1. I agree, Lauren. In fact as I type this it’s before 6am. But it really does give me more focus and time in my day. I hope you’ll give it a try.

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