Three Strategies to Simplify Your Quiet Time

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  The often-used term Quiet Time has long been used by Christians to describe a specific time set aside to read the Bible and commune with God. For most of us, the literal term Quiet Time is a misnomer because these precious moments of silence are scarce. When I mention what I do, which is to create Bible studies for …

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Praying Through the Scriptures with Selah Supplication

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“Answers to prayer have to be on God’s schedule, not ours. He hears us pray, and He answers according to His will in His own time.” David Jeremiah The Hebrew word Selah means to pause and reflect. One way you can pause and reflect is to pray. You and I are well on our way through ACTS; a straightforward framework …

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Praying the Scriptures with Selah Adoration

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“I believe the greatest form of prayer is praise.” Billy Graham Do you struggle with prayer? ACTS is the format I use to pray the portion of Scripture after I have been marinating in all week using the Selah Bible study.  The acronym ACTS stands for A=Adoration, C=Confession, T=Thanksgiving, and S=Supplication. Let’s start with the definition of A=Adoration. [ad-uh-rey-shuh n] …

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Praying the Scriptures with Selah

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“Prayer delights God’s ear; it melts His heart; and opens His hand. God cannot deny a praying soul” Thomas Watson In that past few posts, I have shared with you how Selah can help you reclaim your quiet time. By now, some of you may have guessed what I am about to confess to you. The Selah method of Bible …

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How to Memorize Scripture Using Selah

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Cherry picking is the term I refer to for selecting a verse that catches your attention to memorize.  Selah studies has a built-in ‘favorite’ scripture section to write in every week. And once you have captured that verse in your memory, it is fruit that you can savor anytime you like! Usually, I found a verse or two of scripture …