In college, it is so hard to find time to do anything else than what you know you have to do. Classes, sports, extra activities, studying, maintaining relationships, etc. We are all extremely busy and balancing it all is crazy!
The most important relationship we have as Christians is the one we have with the Lord. He is the one who sustains us, encourages us, and is always with us no matter what we go through.
It’s crazy to think how He is the one who loves us the most, yet it’s so easy to continually reject Him and put all sorts of other things in front of Him.
Last year I really struggled spiritually and the desire to want to be in God’s Word and in prayer was not there. I really wanted that desire back, and prayed for it, but I really didn’t expect how it would happen.
When my boyfriend and I broke up, I was so heartbroken that I NEEDED Jesus. Reading my Bible wasn’t an option, but a need. Crying out to Him in prayer was the only way I could get through my day. It was crazy to see the difference and to see how when He was all I had, He became all I needed.
It was hard going through a breakup, but so rewarding seeing Jesus become all I wanted and needed. It has been amazing having that desire back and looking forward to being in God’s Word and having that be my favorite time of the day.
As I read through different verses and specific Psalms I experienced a hope and a peace like I had never experienced before. My circumstances were not good, but I had the assurance that God had better plans for my life and was using my pain for good. I would have never remember this if I had not been spending time with the Lord on a daily basis.
Through tough times we always see Jesus come through and realize He was there the whole time. He deserves all our honor and all our praise. Making time for Him is extremely important to keep that relationship thriving.
Any other relationship, you would make sure you spend time with that person to make them feel loved and like you care about them. Well, Jesus died because He loved us so much so the least He deserves is some of our undevoted time.
James 4:8- Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you.
Psalm 1:1-2- 1 Blessed is the man
who walks not in the counsel of the wicked,
nor stands in the way of sinners,
nor sits in the seat of scoffers;
2 but his delight is in the law of the Lord,
and on his law he meditates day and night.
Matthew 6:33- But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.
Do you guys have a quiet time? If so, what do you do during that time and when do you do it?