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Dynamic vs. Quiet Time

Our time with God might be quiet, but it should be dynamic and lead to change.

Sometimes I get caught up in the routine and make God small instead of recognizing the power and glory of my everyday meetings with Him.

Lately, I have been asking myself, is God’s grace changing me? Am I open to His broader thinking and unexpected plans, or am I too comfortable in my way of doing things? Is my heart growing in compassion and love for those around me, or do I have a critical spirit? Am I bringing God into the intimate details of my life, and do I believe in His power to guide me and change my heart?

Our time with God should relate to what is going on in our lives and illicit action.

Reading God’s Word is personal and highlights areas we need to change and things we need to act on.

James 1:22 says,

Be doers of the Word, and not merely hearers who deceive themselves.”

God wants us to be zealous about our relationship with Him—to have a focused desire characterized by passionate commitment. He wants our plans, dreams, and expectations.

Our time with God might be quiet, but it should also be dynamic and show in our actions as well as our hearts. Please join me in pursuing God’s best—a beautiful synergy happens when we journey in our faith together.

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