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KaBOOM: Quiet, Mundane Disciplines

April 9, 2021

“Words and proclamations are grand and inspiring,” writes Nick Baird-Chrisohon in Disciplines 2021 (p.87). “Yet they start in the quiet, mundane disciplines of regular study and prayer.”

KaBOOM!

How’s your own groundwork “in the quiet, mundane disciplines of regular study and prayer” doing this side of the Resurrection?

As Easter people, we of all people need to be about those things.

Especially the “regular” part.

Concentrate on doing your best for God, says 2nd Timothy 2:15, work you won’t be ashamed of. 

Our “grand and inspiring” stuff may well be flashy, but they start in what two “quiet, mundane disciplines” again?

Let’s take this seriously.

What’s that mean you’ll stop doing so you can invest more of yourself in these things?

 

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