Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Ezra 6:1-22; Daniel 7:1-28; Revelation 2:18-3:6

“Who are You, Lord?” Acts 9:5, NKJV
“Lord, what do You want me to do?” Acts 9:6, NKJV

Young person, are you struggling to establish a regular quiet time with the Lord? Perhaps one problem is that you’re not sure what to look for when you read the Bible. Try the “Who-Do” technique. Simply approach every passage you read with the same two questions Saul of Tarsus asked when he first met the Lord. “Who are You, Lord?” “What do You want me to do?” Ask the Spirit to reveal something of the Lord’s character to you, then ask Him how that truth should impact your life. Take those two ideas with you into the day and live them out. The joy that results will motivate you to do it again tomorrow morning! —Brian Cretney

O Book of wondrous depths and heights, of wisdom ever new,
Which in ten thousand various lights brings Jesus into view.—W. Blane