You, O God. My soul thirsts for God, for the living God.
The question is not "do you have a quiet time” or “do you believe that having devotions is important." The question is this:
Do you hunger and thirst for your times of fellowship with your heavenly Father?
Is the written Word of God a treasure of priceless wisdom to you, far surpassing anything Wall Street has to offer? During your times of prayer, do you find your soul to be pleasantly, sincerely, fervently knit together with the God of glory? Or has your time with the Author of everlasting life become - more often than not - nothing more than a spiritual discipline?
The Person we are talking about is
the just One Who has – so very graciously – clothed you in the radiant, righteous robes of His beloved Son.
the holy One Whose Spirit has – so very powerfully – entered your life, setting up permanent residence within you.
the generous One Who has – so very lovingly – blessed you with unfathomable, priceless, eternal riches.
Is your time with Him one of the highlights of your day? Or is He just another task on your “Things to Do” list?
If your desire is to hunger and thirst for your Father in heaven, perhaps this little course can help.