In my early years of high school, I had a friend that would regularly ask me about my quiet time. Every time I saw him, the first words out of his mouth were about my spiritual life—if I was having a quiet time, what was I learning, what Scripture I was reading, or if I had any questions. More than I’d like to admit, my response was that I wasn’t having one. He would smile and then encourage me to have a consistent time with God. He would explain to me the importance of spending time with a God that loves me more than I’ll ever imagine.
Do you have a friend like that? One that is always supportive of you spending more time with God? Sometimes, we all need a nudge to see what we are missing out on with our Heavenly Father. It can be easy to view quiet time as something to do that makes us seem good or feel good, but it actually helps us come to know God more, which can radically change us from the inside out. However, many of us, high school me included, do not know how to have a quiet time. Was I supposed to open the Bible and start reading? Was I supposed to pray first, or last? What is this time supposed to look like?
Michael Kelley explores this very topic and provides you with the steps to do this in his free eBook, How to Have a Quiet Time. Take a practical look at one of the most precious spiritual disciplines, he shows how we are to abide, remain, and dwell with God. Kelley’s easy-to-understand guide walks you through a process so that you can gain more understanding on having a quiet time.
Click below to download your eBook and learn how to implement quiet time with God into your daily routine. God wants to spend time with you. Won’t you find time to spend with your Him?