Daily Devotional Readings

Welcome! Pause in this place, and rest and delight in God's Presence. 
"Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you" (James 4:8a, ESV)

Sept 19-25 Morning Readings:

Sunday: Genesis 27:41-28:5; Psalm 48

Monday: Psalms 54,56

Tuesday: Psalm 57

Wednesday: Psalms 60-61

Thursday: Psalm 65

Friday: Genesis 28:6-9; Psalm 66

Saturday: Genesis 28:10-17; Psalm 71

Sept 19-25 Evening Readings:

Sunday: Psalms 52-53

Monday: Psalm 55

Tuesday: Psalms 58-59

Wednesday: Psalm 62

Thursday: Psalms 63-64

Friday: Psalms 67,70

Saturday: Psalm 69

Sept 26 - Oct 02 Evening Readings:

Sunday: Psalm 72

Monday: Psalm 74

Tuesday: Psalm 77

Wednesday: Psalm 79

Thursday: Psalm 81

Friday: Psalm 83

Saturday: Psalms 85-86

A Formational Approach To Scripture Reading: 

Sometimes we are tempted to read Scripture merely for information. Psalm 1 however tells us that we are blessed as we meditate on it - which brings formation to our hearts, minds and wills. Consider trying the following formational approach to Scripture as you read it:

 

​Relax:  Breathe deeply and relax, and be aware of God's Presence with you. As you breathe deeply, you may wish to pray silently, "Come Lord Jesus," or "Holy Spirit Come."

Read: Read the whole passage, or a portion of the passage aloud, then close your eyes and rest in silence with God for about 2 minutes.

Reflect:  Reflect on the Scripture, reading it all again - or any parts which previously stood out to you. Ask yourself, "Is God inviting me in some way to respond to him, or his will, through his Word?" Rest in silence with God in reflection, for about 2 minutes.

Rest: Read the whole portion, or parts of the Scripture passage again, then simply rest with God - for about 2 minutes in silence - savoring the words he has given to you during this reading. 

 

​For more tips on engaging with Scripture, CLICK HERE.

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