I'm finding that the time I wish I could spend in God's word and prayer is not happening like I wish.
I used to, and like to, read through the Bible in a year. It's really not that difficult, generally speaking if you read 3 chapters a day you do it.
But lately I have found my self SO FAR BEHIND. I sit to read and think "I'll catch up" then I see - shoot! I missed almost all of June! *AAARRGG!* So, dilemma, try to "catch up" or just start from today. I'll just start from today. MAAAAN! That would mean not reading Isaiah, I LOVE Isaiah!
Maybe I'll just blog. *guilt* blog time = time that could have been spent reading my bible - ugh!
I'm finding that as I get discouraged about missing my daily read, I end up not reading at all, cause I'm not doing "as I should".
This is not good.
So I picked up my devotional a good friend gave me (you know the type, the one page wonders - they have one verse on it and an inspirational blurb, on a short small page) and have started my day like that. With the small ones clamoring for my attention - this works great, because I can read it quick and meditate it while changing the next diaper.
So if a minute is all I have with God - I'LL TAKE IT!