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All That I Am

It is amazing to consider how we are constructed. Doctors and scientists have tried to figure it all out, studying every nook and cranny, and still cannot understand how He has created. We truly are each a work of art and He is the master Artist.

That being said, we do know that we are made of many parts that are all working together. There are over 200 bones that construct our body, over half of them construct the hands and feet. We know we have a personality, emotions, interests. We have talents, habits, sensitivities. We have different areas of our lives: family, friends, work, finances, hobbies, etc. When we examine closely, our lives are full of many things.

The Psalmist says, “Let all that I am wait quietly before God.” Consider this: All that I am. ALL. Every little nook and cranny. Everything. Every part. All of you. This means nothing is held back. This means nothing is off doing something else while the rest of you waits. You are one whole body. The Psalmist speaks of a “whole body” which longs for God.

Today, as you go about your day with all your parts, seek Him with your whole body. Wait quietly for Him with all of you. This means being still before Him. Quieting everything within you. Know that when you seek Him earnestly, you will find Him.

“Let all that I am wait quietly before God, for my hope is in Him.” – Psalm 62:5 [NLT]

“O God, you are my God; I earnestly search for You. My soul thirsts for You; my whole body longs for You in this parched and weary land where there is no water.” – Psalm 63:1 [NLT]

Time With God

“Let all that I am wait quietly before God, for my hope is in Him.”
– Psalm 62:5 [NIV]

The beginning of a year always brings resolutions and as we near the end of the month, most of the resolutions no longer are fresh in our minds because they ended weeks ago. One resolution many Christians make is to devote more time to reading the Bible and more time for prayer. Some people may have decided to follow through with a daily devotional. It is very important to have some quiet time with God each day, time where you are able to wait on Him, read His Word, speak with Him, and hear what He has to say to you.

If you have made a resolution similar to this, but have fallen short of the goal already, do not be hard on yourself. Start where you left off and keep pressing forward. God is waiting. If you haven’t made a resolution, but you are considering spending more time with God now, consider finding a Daily Devotional that will help you with your daily reading. There are so many different options available, some which are delivered via email, are presented in a RSS feed, or can even be found on a smart phone app.

I can honestly say that Daily Devotional time has always been a struggle for me. I have to do it first thing in the morning or it doesn’t happen. Something I have just started recently however is to have afternoon and evening devotional time as well, because I find it is beneficial for my walk with Christ.

Here’s a list of twelve of the Daily Devotionals available online that I use daily and/or occasionally. Why twelve? I love that number. I recommend them all; however, if it is something you are considering, please look at each of them to see which one helps you the most. The purpose of a Daily Devotional is to have some time with God. It’s all about God and you – on the relationship that matters most!

Devotionals I Use /I’ve Used / I Recommend:

  1. My Utmost For His Highest (Oswald Chambers) – simply LOVE this devotional 
  2. In Touch Ministries (Dr. Charles Stanley) – constantly gleaning from this devotional
  3. Joni & Friends (Joni Eareckson Tada) – always insightful & must read daily
  4. PD Daily Hope (Rick Warren) – simple, insightful, great devotional
  5. BGEA: Billy Graham Evangelistic Association – nicely formatted, insightful
  6. Joyce Meyer – good daily devotional
  7. Our Daily Bread – nice devotional, possibly found in your church
  8. Daily Grace Inspirations (Joseph Prince) – nice devotional focused on God’s grace
  9. The Upper Room – nice devotional
  10. Spurgeon’s Daily Meditations (Charles Spurgeon) – insightful, available AM & PM
  11. Harvest (Greg Laurie) – good devotional
  12. Heartlight SpiritFire (Phil Ware) – good devotional

“As a deer longs for flowing streams, so my soul longs for you, O God.”
– Psalm 42:1 [GW]