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5 Ways to Prevent Distractions During Morning Bible Devotions

We all know the struggle. You set aside some precious morning time for Bible devotions, but then… distractions creep in. The dishes beckon, your phone buzzes, or your mind wanders. Here are 5 simple ways to keep yourself focused and make the most of your quiet time with God:

  1. Find Your Quiet Corner: Pick a designated spot for your devotions where you won’t be interrupted. This could be a cozy corner in your bedroom, a quiet spot in your backyard, or even your car before the day gets going.
  2. Silence the Electronics: This might be the biggest challenge! Put your phone on silent, turn off the TV, and close any unnecessary tabs on your computer. Those notifications can wait!
  3. Start with a Short Prayer: Ask God to help you focus and clear your mind. A simple prayer like, “Lord, help me to quiet my heart and listen to your voice this morning,” can make a big difference.
  4. Engage with the Text: Don’t just passively read the Bible. Underline verses that speak to you, take notes, or use a study guide to delve deeper into the meaning. Active engagement keeps your mind from wandering.
  5. Make it a Habit: The more consistent you are with your morning devotions, the easier it becomes to focus. Pick a time that works for you and stick to it as much as possible.
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Remember, even a few minutes of focused devotional time can be incredibly meaningful. By minimizing distractions and engaging with the scripture, you can start your day feeling centered and connected to God.

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