These days, I read in an American magazine that said “Difficult subjects, train the mind. Difficult times, train the spirit”. We know that we are living atypical days, however we cannot fail to prioritize our prayer and devotional time.
Creating the daily habit of reading the Word of God and meditating on it is the way to communion and an intimate and deep relationship with our God. There are ways to organize this period, in this post are some tips.
#1 Start a new Bible reading plan
In the Plans section of the app, reading options are available, such as “New Testament in 3 months”, “Reading the Gospel of Matthew in 28 days”, “Knowing Jesus through the Word” and many others.
Following daily reading, you make it a habit to have a separate time to learn more from the Holy Scriptures and learn more about our God every day.
#2 Choose a theme and go deeper
Another golden tip that is worthwhile is to choose biblical themes and dedicate yourself and deepen in this subject.
In the Biblical Themes part, there is a list of specific themes and which verses are related to that content. It is a great way to study verses and bring to memory what brings hope to us.
It is through devotional periods that we have the opportunity to know God’s will for our lives. The bible is very rich in teachings that guide our lives to do His will.