A Place and A Time
One of the key applications of our series from Exodus was creating a deliberate time and place to interact with God. Moses did it outside the camp in a tent of meeting. We can do it almost anywhere– a park bench, a specific chair in our home or office, a closet. So choose a place and choose a time! Check.
Once we are there, then the question becomes, what do we do? For hundreds of years, faithful Christians have followed plans to read through the Bible and pray their way through Scripture. You can google Bible Reading Plan and find scores of them. My favorite is from Robert Murray Mc’Cheyne. You can read a quick bio here.
His plan gives 4 readings a day (takes about 20 minutes) and takes you through the NT twice, Psalms twice, and OT once, every year. I love it. It’s nice to just show up in my place at my time and not have to figure out– what do I do??