Intentional Conversation: How to Have an Effective Quiet Time {Part 4}

Welcome back to another week of Intentional Conversations! We’re in the middle of a series called How to Have an Effective Quiet Time. Today we talk about the fourth P in the 5 P’s of Bible Study that we learned from Priscilla Shirer at the True Woman Conference.

{If you can’t see the video, click here: How to Have an Effective Quiet Time – Part 4}

Feel free to use the free printable below to take with you so you can remember the steps during your quiet time. Just click and print!

Did you miss a post in the series?

Position Yourself to Hear from God

Pour over the Passage and Paraphrase

Pull out the Principles

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  1. Leigh Anne, I’m really glad you posted this today. I’ll be going back through your other posts in the series, as I’ve been really lagging with quiet time lately & want to change that. I’ve been doing it before bedtime, and by then I’m so exhausted that I hardly get through a few pages of the Bible. Right now I’m in Job (not my fave book) & it’s even easier to turn off the lamp at night. Thanks so much for sharing this. Visiting you from Fellowship Fri. ( I didn’t realize you two had 2 blogs together!)

    1. I’ve tried the bedtime option too, but rarely remembered anything I read. I hope you can find something that works! I know it’s not always easy. And yes, we do have two blogs, and a surprise coming on Monday. Stay tuned! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I just love the encouragement for more productive devotional times. I know you are talking about step 4….but my eyes can not help but go to step 5. Plan Obedience. For me, I think step 5 is where I need to give the most attention! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Thank you for the definition of condemnation. I was struggling with this earlier today and really needed to be reminded that Christ has paid the penalty even for the sins I commit in this present time and in the future.