Due to training for a masters national swim meet, and writing a book manuscript, there’s something I haven’t been consistent about this year: blogging.

However, I’m keenly aware that God is my constant stability. He is the most consistent, important relationship I will ever have! By God’s grace, I’ve been consistent about reading the Word every day. For that I give thanks!

With 2018 just around the corner, how do you hope to stay grounded and consistently grow in your faith?

One way is to read Barbour Publishing, Inc. Daily Wisdom for Women 2018 Devotional Collection. This beautiful book consists of daily devotions and prayers that follow a yearlong Bible reading plan. It was such a privilege and honor to have contributed the devotions for the month of February!

Answer the question below to be entered for a chance to win one of two copies of this book. In one week I’ll announce the winners of this giveaway on Facebook.

By God’s grace, what have you been able to consistently do to strengthen your relationship with Him in 2017? 

28 thoughts on “Finding Consistency

  1. Stacey, thanks for sharing, I stay grounded by scheduling out my time for just me and God. Isn’t it so great that He gives us the stability and comfort we need? I’m visiting you today from #RaRaLinkup.
    P.S. If you are looking for another place to link to on Thursday’s I would love if you would consider joining my new linkup #TuneInThursday – it opens Thursday 3am PST and runs through Sunday night.  You can find it at debbiekitterman.com/blog  

  2. I try to read the Bible every day and spend time praying. Also listening to uplifting music, reading the Bible and having discussions with the family. Going outside every day to observe and listen and just be in awe of God is another way I stay focused and close to Him.

    Blessings to you, Stacey!

  3. Praying for, being more aware of, and taking advantage of organic opportunities to share my faith with others including those resources that strengthen my walk with Him.

  4. I agree about how God gives us stability through the consistency of reading His word, Stacey. My husband and I make a habit of sharing what was a high and low in our day and typically tell him that my quiet time was/is the best part! And it typically is. What an encouraging habit to make. Thanks for giving us another resource in creating a meaningful time with God, my friend!

  5. So exciting to be included in the book! Congratulations! I stay connected to God through His Word and worship music. And if I happen to be doing both in my car parked in a quiet spot – it’s a win, win 🙂

  6. Stacey, it’s was so good to see your name at the link up this week! I about popped out of my chair. When I don’t see bloggers around for a while, I pray for them because I know they are either going through something or working hard behind the scenes! I am glad you are doing well. What an awesome giveaway!

  7. I forgot to answer the question oops!

    I have been able to go right in prayer to the Father, instead of mulling and worrying over things. Before, I would chew and stew and not realize the time lapse between taking it to Him!! I am seeing him work in wonderful ways by casting my cares on him. This is not only glorifying him but helping my anxious tendencies to dwindle down. It is pretty wild.

  8. Hi Stacey! I just wrote about this–by posting my theme verse for the year on my desktop computer, it helped me meditate on God’s Word a lot more than I was even aware. The verse is Isaiah 26:3, and it has helped me find peace in God more than in other things (like chocolate in a stressful moment). Hooray for you and your book manuscript! Hope it has been a fruitful year for you!

  9. I also have not been consistent with blogging, but two monthly challenges in October and November have reignited my commitment to share encouragement on my blog in 2017. I hope I can carry on in the new year.

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