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WORDview Quiet Times are a unique form of "meditative reading" whereby participants read a short daily passage three times in three different Bible translations. Then, using a simple five-step process, discern God's voice and respond to His Word through journaling and prayer.
WORDview Quiet Times are based upon WORDview Reading Plans that break Bible books into short passages for daily reading. Each daily reading is designed for “inspiration, not perspiration." The projected time commitment is just fifteen minutes a day, five days a week, with an option for further reading, meditation, or study on the other two days each week, as desired.
WORDview Quiet Times are based on Jesus’ teaching and personal example from Matthew 4:4- “…‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God (NASB).” In this passage the term “word” means “a specific, personal saying or message from God.” The idea is that as we read the Bible God speaks to us personally concerning our specific, daily needs and living His will for our lives. We are told to seek to hear from Him each day as our necessary “daily bread.”