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Why are Devotions Important? - Into Thy Word Ministries
Devotions help us focus on Christ—who He is and what He did for us. Having a regular time to get in the Word will help us build perseverance. Scripture clearly tells us that real Christianity is more of a long-distance marathon than it is a short sprint.
How to have a Devotional Time - Into Thy Word Ministries
How to draw closer to the heart of God by building a deeper relationship with God!
Our Growth in Devotions - Into Thy Word Ministries
We “Go” Best from Our Growth in Devotional Times! Humble yourselves, therefore, under God's mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time.
Improving your Christian Walk - Into Thy Word Ministries
Getting Started in your Devotional Venture. The Challenge is simple, the idea is pure and practical, and it only requires your obedience and persistence. God desires our intimacy, our relationship, and our...
How can I develop quality time with our Lord so I can become a deeper and more mature Christian? Here are nine thoughts to get you pointed in the right direction.
How to have a Quiet Time - Into Thy Word Ministries
How to do your devotions and develop your Walk with God: Understand your GOAL. Your goal is to become complete in Christ.
Devotional : The Lords Prayer: A Meditation Matthew 6:9-13
In this devotional, Dr. Kieran Beville, Pastor of Lee Valley Bible Church in Ballincollig, Ireland takes us through a beautiful meditation on the Lord's prayer in Matthew 6:9-13
True Woman: Starting the Day Off Right
Daily devotions was not something my parents forced on us, but the influence of my dad’s example and training in this area was profound. Although he has been with the Lord since 1979, the image of a dad on his knees before the Lord is indelibly etched on my mind and in my heart.
Devotional : Courage
During a recent trip to India, I learned an important lesson in courage from believers who do not let fear of violence or death deter them from spreading the Good News of Jesus.
Seeking God's Face - Philip F Reinders
For hundreds of years, Christians have observed the “daily office”—prayers offered to God at regular times of the day. This helpful practice, now experiencing a wide resurgence, can help your prayer life become a vital, lifelong conversation with God. From the foreward by Eugene Peterson: “Seeking God’s Face melds prayer and Scripture into a companionable guide for becoming a participant—both listening and speaking—in the great salvation conversation that is the Christian gospel.”