Quiet time

Quiet time

For the 2006 Raffi album, see Quiet Time (album).

A quiet time is a concept used by 20th-century Protestants, mostly evangelical Christians, for a regular (often daily) individual session of spiritual activities, most notably prayer and/or private study of the Bible. This can also be called, at least in the United States, "devotions" or "doing devotions".

QTjournal, Online Quiet Time Community

Developed with the intention of encouraging Christians to spend more time in the Word of God. QTjournal.com also has a focus on accountability. Quiet Timers can appoint accountability partners which help encourage one another to continue. Privacy is important and Quiet Timers can keep all journaled information private or share with everyone.

Literature

  • Goldthwaite, Howard, "Quiet Time Well Spent: A Practical, Comprehensive Guide for Making the Most of Your Time Alone With God", Booksurge Publishing, 2007. ISBN 1-4196-7286-X.
  • Hybels, Bill, Too Busy Not to Pray: Slowing Down to Be With God, InterVarsity Press, 1998. ISBN 0-8308-1971-1.
  • Willoughby, R. O., Colin Duriez, and Alistair Hornal, The Quiet Time Companion: A Daily Guide Through the Bible, InterVarsity Press, 2000. ISBN 0-8308-1189-3

External links

  • http://www.QTjournal.com
  • http://www.christianspiritualjournal.com

See also

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