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Thank you so much for giving us this blog. Your insight and work from the Holy Spirit into this project shows with every posting.

My time with God has been in the morning for several years. It sure does keep my day close to Him. I think I started to do this because of what Jesus said to love Him with all our heart and soul and mind and strength. All of these seem to function best in the morning for me because there are no other distractions.

It's funny how your verse today is verse 8 in Psalm 143. I have never seen that verse, even after just reading it. I'm keeping that one within easy reach for sure!

God has been speaking to me about purpose and direction over the course of this year. I am trusting God to direct and teach me to follow his will. As it says in Psalm 143:10: "Teach me to do your will, for you are my God. May your gracious Spirit lead me forward on a firm footing."

May you and your family have a blessed Christmas.

God bless you
Mike for your ministry and may you and your family have a blessed Christmas and happy new year!! It's been a growing experience reading thru the Bible and captivating verses that I didn't see before!! And really digging into it!

Good morning Mike. I do the morning reading and then when wife gets up we do 3 devotions before breakfast. Being retired, we have the time and take it. First she reads a page in Sarah Young's Jesus Calling, Enjoying Peace in His presence, then I read while she looks up Scripture references and reads them,"Look Unto Me", the devotions of Charles Spurgeon and Jim Reimann. Then I read 2 pages in "He Shall Be Called", 150 names of Jesus and what they mean to you by Robert J Morgan. Then breakfast time. Thanks for all you do and all the Family at One Year Bible Blog. I just ordered a copy of Bible Panorama the commentary I use each day on your site. Thought it would be nice to have it for looking up other passages. Merry Christmas and happy New Year to you and yours.

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