Whatever you want to call it, spending time in the Word is important. But trust me Mamas, I feel ya. It can be difficult to squeeze that time in. I know it's hard getting up earlier than the kids. Mine wake up between 6-6:30 AM. That means for me to get some really good quiet time, I have to get up, be showered, and sitting at the table by 5:30 AM. That's early for this mama. Really, it is. I'm a night owl.
But wait! Who said devos need to be done in the wee hours of the morning? No. One. You can do them whenever YOU want to do them. Pick a time and a place and do them. Is it going to happen everyday? Maybe not. But when it does, it's like warm sunshine covering you. It's THAT good!
I was so excited to see what other Mamas have on their devo list because I'm always looking for something new, something challenging. And it's all worth it; To feel uncomfortable in my sin. I don't want to be comfortable sitting in my poopy diaper of sin. I want to be changed and dang it, I will cry till I'm changed.
So here is my Mommy List of my favorite devos:
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