I was recently blessed to receive a free copy of The Homemaker’s Quiet Time Journal to review, and I LOVE it!
It is a wonderful resource written by Crystal Brothers of Serving Joyfully. It has been a blessing to me that has helped deepen my personal devotion time with God, and, although not necessary for the review, I love it so much I want to share it!
The journal is well laid out, organized, and helpful. It begins with helpful insights about the importance of a quiet time with the Lord, and offers practical tips on making that time a priority.
The journal pages are incredible! I’ve printed the pages to put in a 3-ring notebook and have with me each morning as I read God’s Word.
My favorite things
* It is laid out clearly and keeps my thoughts organized.
* The prayer section. It is such a blessing to have an organized, all-in-one-place prayer journal with dates and prayer requests. It is so encouraging to go back and rejoice over God’s answers!
* The Bible verse on each page
* I love having my top 3 priorities listed on the same page that I’m praying over. It reminds me to seek God’s will , and keeps me focused on God’s priorities for the day.
The PDF file is $4.99 for the download and it is worth every penny. If you’re looking for an easy but effective way to organize your quiet time, give this a try!
“The journaling sheets offer the following sections (which are explained in more detail in the book):
- 3 Things I’m grateful for;
- Character trait I’m working on;
- Who/What I’m praying for;
- Bible study (includes passage/key verse/thoughts)
- To-Do List (explained more in the book, but I believe praying over our to-do lists is a simple thing that can be life-changing)
- Top 3 priorities for the day
- A verse to inspire your quiet time
What do you use for your quiet, devotional time with the Lord? I would love to know if you try this one or have another way to focus on God and spend time with Him in His Word each day.
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