We are entering into month 2 of our challenge. If you are new to the challenge, hop on board! No worries. You can pick up here or start back at February’s for a check list. But either way, just get in the Word with us and seek God’s wisdom!
I have always held Proverbs close to my heart. When I don’t know where to go in the Word, I start there.
I have also loved Psalms but find myself skipping around, constantly starting over with the first 31 and forgetting which ones I haven’t read yet. This year I set a goal to consistently read a Proverbs a day and also a Psalm each day. But making sure to get past the first 31 Psalms!
Seeking God’s Wisdom, Together
Would you like to join me? Or perhaps you joined us from the beginning and want to carry on in the challenge?
I have updated our chart for March. You can now save it to your desktop or print it out. A brief (but pretty) reminder that just a few minutes in the Word makes a huge difference! We can meditate on His wisdom all day long! (because we aren’t bombarding ourselves with gobs of scripture. But if you have time, by all means, bombard!)
I have included a document for March. I will provide you with a new one each month. I checked and it fits beautifully on my computer’s desktop! But you can also print it out (it is created to fit nicely on an 8 1/2 by 11 piece of regular old printer paper).
We will be working our way through Proverbs several times and through the Psalms one time. Perhaps God REALLY wants us to grasp some topics in Proverbs!
Would you like some accountability?
You can comment on our Facebook status about it daily, at 4 pm EST. I admit I haven’t been consistent. Can I be frank? I was sad and frustrated that I didn’t see feedback from the updates. I understand not everyone sees them due to Facebook’s algorithms (huh?) and it resulted in a loss of mojo. But regardless, I am sorry that I didn’t hold up my end of the bargain. In March, we are back, each afternoon. Check in to encourage others (myself included!)
You can also tweet about it if you use Twitter. Just use the hashtag #seekingwisdom at the end of your tweet and we can follow along and encourage you there!
Note: You don’t have to comment on our FB page right at 4pm, but that is when our post will be out. You can come back at anytime to find the status on our Facebook page.
So print out the chart, or save it to your desktop and get ready for February 1st. Let’s seek His wisdom together!