Then your child walked away and returned and said: “I memorized what you said…I can say it in Greek! In fact, some of my friends are going to come over tonight and do a little study on what it would look like for me to clean my room!”
That scenario is absurd! Yet, are we guilty of doing that in our quiet times? Is there a disconnect between our quiet time and our application of God’s word in real life?
We can read God’s word, study it, memorize it, look up the Greek meaning and even apply it to hypothetical situations. But all of this is a worthless ritual if we do not apply what we read in God’s word to our daily lives.
We just launched the Good Morning Girls website last Friday. We now have almost 20 brand new groups who have signed up so far – states represented are: Ohio (3 cheers for my home state!!!), Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Nevada, Virginia, Nebraska, Maryland and Oklahoma!
I am over the top excited to see so many brand new Good Morning Girls groups BUT I just want to be honest here – it’s not ALL about our quiet times…
Side note: For all the winter GMG groups returning, please sign up for the new session – I have not heard from many of you but I know many of you are still going. Please sign-up on the message board here!