I had to agree with him wholeheartedly.
I had established a time and a place,
and meeting God there was on some days the only place I wanted to be.
This intentionality caused my heart to yearn for Him even more.
The more I knew Him, the more I wanted to know Him.
This is still true today.
In fact, many of my Significant Encounters happen in this very place..
What I’ve learned is that when I put myself into the position to find Him,
Not with my eyes, but with the peace of Him that settles in my heart.
Whatever might happen the rest of the day,
is not as likely to ruffle me as much as if I haven’t spoken to God first.
Note, I said spoken to God?
Well, know that some days I say not one word.
Most days I write in my journal.
Somedays I read an inspirational or instructional book.
I even have a little devotional that I like to peruse.
Whatever I sense that is right for the day.
Sometimes it’s an hour or more.
Some days it’s ten minutes.
Long ago, Tommy Barnett taught us that you should “Read until you burn”.
In my case, I sense His pleasure with our time together.
There are no set of defined rules.
If there were, these times would grow flat and boring very quickly.
But a time and a place?
Any time best for you.
Any place you can be undisturbed.
What a difference this makes.
Psalm 27:8 (NASB)
When You said, “ Seek My face,” my heart said to You, “Your face, O LORD,
I shall I seek”.
Then really, all you have to do is show up!
Do you have a time and a place?
Care to share?