“Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest.” Mark 6:31
This world is getting noisier and noisier. And that noise is more and more moving into our homes and into our places of quiet.
We have phones that notify us of constant activity, places to chat, snaps to watch, and messages needing a reply. My phone, with its lights and bells and buzzing, is within reaching distance during my morning devotions and lies on a stack of books next to me at bedtime.
More than ever, I need to turn off the cacophony outside and steal away to meet with God in quiet. To reset. To refresh my soul. To get away and to hear from One voice alone.
I’m so excited to share a brand new resource with you — a Personal Spiritual Retreat Notebook. These downloadable pages are filled with scripture, prompts, questions and plenty of journaling space for a full spiritual retreat. This notebook has prompts to allow you:
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- To thank God for Who He is and what He’s done
- To take a spiritual assessment
- To focus on the attributes of God
- To confess known sin
- To evaluate your biggest needs and challenges
- To seek God’s direction over your life.
Maybe you’ve been craving just this kind of time away.
If you’re longing to push pause and get away with God . . .
If you’re overwhelmed by unrelenting demands . . .
If you’re more poured out than filled up . . .
If you’re stuck and need to seek God’s direction in your life . . .
This Personal Spiritual Retreat Notebook can help you refresh, refill and hear the One voice that matters.
It’s meant to be used every year or as often as you need for a deep-down, soul-filling spiritual reset. Along with this notebook, you’ll need your Bible, a favorite pen and a quiet place away from distractions. (And maybe your favorite praise music!)
I pray that these pages help you deepen your walk with God and wade through the noise around you to hear God.
“Peace does not dwell in outward things but in the heart prepared to wait trustfully and quietly on Him who has all things safely in His hands.” Elisabeth Elliot