This is it y’all.
Now is the moment that I have been praying about.
Since this is the very first week, this post will only be the Bible verse that we are going to be focusing on during the next week.
So, if you haven’t already done it, download the PDF with the Bible verses for this month.
I am going to start with this one:
“Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him: fret not thyself . . . ” Psalm 37:7
The whole objective to Midnights with Jesus is to make TIME to spend in the Word. Be it at 1am, 1pm, 11pm, 3am . . . as long as you make the time to dwell in the presence of the Lord and fill up your dry well with the refreshing living water.
During the week, take some time and pray about the verse Psalm 37:7 – no matter what Bible version you use, no one is taking notes (except you), journal what you feel led to journal. Make a prayer list for yourself, and for others. Sing praises (even if it is quietly, just under your breath) as you spend time with Jesus. Make some notes about what you may be led to read, other Bible verses you may be led to look up. Overall, make and take as much time as possible this week to dig into the Word of God and to refresh your soul.
Next week, I will post on Sunday the follow up to this Bible verse and share what I was led to do during this week. Prayerfully I am making myself accountable to you as I too make more time to spend with my Jesus.
Once I have shared in next week’s post, I will have the new verse for the week as well as a blog post link-up for you to share your posts about Midnights with Jesus and Psalm 37:7. I hope you can join me next week!
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I am so looking forward to sharing with you next week about how Psalm 37:7 blessed me during the upcoming week. I hope that it blesses you too!
(Also, if you would please use the hashtag #MidnightsWithJesus if you talk about this blog series on social media, that would be wonderful.)
Dig in night owl mamas, and let Jesus shine upon your face . . . even at midnight.
In His Grace.
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