Daily Devotional

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Monday (09/25)

Ask the Spirit to help you understand these verses. 

Again this week we will go through the Lectio Divina steps: 

  • Read the passage 
  • Reflect on words or phrases that stood out to you 
  • Respond to God in prayer 
  • Rest quietly enjoying the Father’s presence 

Read Colossians 1:25-2:5 

Read out loud if you are able. 

Read slowly 1-2 times. 

Reflect: Are there any words or phrases that popped out to you? 

Respond: spend time praying about the words or phrases that popped out to you. 

Rest: Take a few minutes of silence to just “be” with the Father. 

Sunday (09/24)

Spend some time this morning sitting quietly before the Lord preparing your heart for corporate worship. Listen to some music, pray, rest in the Father. 

  • Journal about anything that comes to mind
  • Spend some time praying for those around you that are not in a saving relationship with Jesus: 

Saturday (09/23)

Read Colossians 1:15-23 

Catch up any days that you missed this week. 

Pray about your applications and actions steps from yesterday. 

Share these with a friend or your Home group. 

Friday (09/22)

Read Colossians 1:15-23 

  • Write out 1-2 life applications or goals specific to your own life on a separate piece of paper or a journal
  • Write out 1-2 actions steps in order to apply the above

Thursday (09/21)

Read Colossians 1:15-23 

Remember to ask the Spirit to guide your thoughts. 

What does this passage say about us/people? 

What does this passage teach us about God? 

Wednesday (09/20)

Read Colossians 1:15-23 

What did you like about the passage? 

What did you find difficult about the passage? 

Tuesday (09/19)

Read Colossians 1: 15-23 

Seek the Spirit’s leading as you read. 

What is the main idea in this passage? 

What are the topics covered by Paul?