Good morning! May this week’s links inspire you to know Jesus more and to delight in His Word.
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KEEPING YOUR DAILY DEVOTIONS FRESH | PAUL TAUTGES
It’s written for pastors, but it applies to all of us. This post offers four ways to approach the Bible and gives practical ways to journal about it.
“For six months, he agonized over the state of his soul. Each day, he would resolve to not take his eyes off the Lord, but inevitably, daily pressures and the daily mail would vex his heart and he’d forget God. The more he wanted to be holy and happy, the more elusive those qualities became.”
LEARNING FROM THOSE WHO PRAY ALL NIGHT | AMY MEDINA
This is such an interesting read. We have much to learn from other cultures. The necessity of community is something I’ve been meditating on a lot lately, and this post is a timely addition to my ponderings.
MORE THAN WATCHMEN FOR THE MORNING | MEREDITH BEATTY
I deeply appreciated this quick yet powerful read about watchmen from the days of old and how they relate to our waiting on the Lord. Beautiful.
5 THINGS TO FOCUS ON WHEN DEFINING TRUE WRITING SUCCESS | EDIE MELSON
It seems we writers struggle to define success because we constantly compare ourselves to others. If we haven’t achieved the same accomplishments as the writers we admire, we think we’re unsuccessful. But Edie reminds us of the truth about success as a Christian writer. So encouraging!