Your Quiet Time Should Change You

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When you don't study the Bible in-depth, your foundational understanding of God's Word tends to be…well, like this…

How can we practice "time in the Word" in a way that compounds our understanding and fuels our sanctification? Jen Wilkin explains how our quiet times are a critical investment for the future and the way to grow in our foundational knowledge of God's Word.

Jen is a Bible study teacher and an advocate for women to love God with their minds through the faithful study of his Word. She is the author of Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with both Our Hearts and Our Minds.

What does your "quiet time" look like?
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Jen talked about how we should use our quiet time as an investment for the future and not a debit with an immediate fix. Are you using your quiet time as a quick fix that you want to reap "today"? How are you using your quiet time to grow in your foundational knowledge of the Word?
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What truths or passages of Scripture are you struggling with now?
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Describe a "dark time in your soul" when God brought back Scripture that increased your faith and gave you peace?
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As Jen encouraged, make that deposit of studying God's Word and watch the cumulative effect that knowing and loving God more and brings fruit into your life. 

If you want to read more about how to engage God’s Word in a way that trains your mind and transforms your heart, you can find Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin here.