By Jarrid Wilson
Greater than something, our God wishes us to spend time with Him. He desires to be in dating with us, yet for a few cause, we can't locate the time. In a tradition of fast downloads and drive-through lattes, we research that speedier is best and that slowing down isn't an choice. but when we glance rigorously at Scripture, we see that this can be the complete opposite of the way God has referred to as us to live.
In 30 phrases, you'll locate encouragement to open your middle, brain, and soul to God. every day you'll specialise in a unmarried observe approximately God and our courting with Him. choked with key verses to meditate on, in addition to charges and teachings from Christian leaders, 30 phrases can assist you are making a behavior of religious development—one that might remodel you from the interior out.
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30 Words: A Devotional for the Rest of Us by Jarrid Wilson