This is the last full week of the experiment!
Most plans won’t work out exactly as planned, but having a plan helps you see problem areas or what you might modify. For me, since my afternoon exercise plans never worked, I was glad to discover I do better in the early morning.
The author was inspired to set aside an hour a day for prayer, but didn’t really know how to spend that hour. During her prayer time, God gave her an idea to develop a notebook with two parts: MY PART and GOD’S PART.
My P.A.R.T consisted of:
P- Praise- using Psalms
A- Admit shortcomings that need help with
R-Requests for self and others
T- Thanks- acknowledge his work in your life
GOD’S PART consisted of the acrostic L. M. N. O. P.:
L- Listening- be silent before the Lord
M- Messages- sermon and scripture notes
N- New Testament-
O- Old Testament
For N.O.P. she recorded verses that comforted, convicted, etc.
Last, she added a “To Do” section of things she was reminded during her prayer time to do.
I have tried this notebook plan and gradually adapted it to TRY TO GET SOMETHING PRACTICAL EACH DAY FROM MY BIBLE READING. It might be for self-help, for others I’m concerned about, and/or to portray through characters or plot line in my writing.
The challenge this week:
Comment on how you’re doing here or on the 66-Day Experiment FACEBOOK private group page. (You can join here.)
Check in next Sunday, October 29, for a progress report on the 66-Day Experiment to Redeem Time.
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Investigating Bible Study Time
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Finding Time in Your Day for the Want-to’s
Make Time for Bible Time
Make Time for Exercise
Planning Healthy Meals Your Family Will Eat
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