Alas! You complain that your soul is out of tune. Then ask the Master to tune the heart-strings – Charles Spurgeon
If we were honest many of us can relate to what Spurgeon refers to. We find ourselves in the rhythms of life and and when we lay down to rest, come to the realization that something is out of tune. One of the most important disciplines in Christian living is a pursuit of God’s Word. Spurgeon goes on to state that the revealed Word of God awakened him. What an important reminder for all of us. That the Word of God is both sufficient and sustaining, has the ability to retune our hearts and awaken us to the beauty of Christ.
Sometimes, we just need a kickstart and some structure. I would love to invite you to join this Monday Devotional series. Each Monday we will go through a book of the Bible and dig into the depth of God’s Word. To start, we will jump into Ephesians. In order to help us apply this and take it a bit further, you can sign up to receive a free study guide for Ephesians that will help you as you study Ephesians. Let’s get started!
Next Week In Ephesians:
- Read Ephesians in one sitting at least 2x. Take notes about what sticks out the most to you and any questions you have.
- Pray. Ask God to stir up your affections for Him as you dig into His Word.