Archive for March, 2014

Still Working On It…

Sunday: Nothing.

Monday: Prayer.

Tuesday: The Cost of Discipleship, Chapter 5, “Discipleship and the Individual.” A Christian life should be shared with both other Christians and non-Christians, but discipleship is a personal decision which should place Christ as a “mediator” in all of our interactions with other people.

Wednesday: Isaiah 42. God is the creator and ruler of everything, and should be praised, but Israel is really good at getting side-tracked from serving him.

Thursday: Luke 22: 24-53. In core group Bible study, we read some from the night of the Last Supper and Jesus’ arrest, talking about Jesus being both human and God at once and about our shortcomings when it comes to what God wants us to do.

Friday: Nothing.

Saturday: Nothing.


Enya – One by One

Eric Whitacre – Five Hebrew Love Songs (Performed by Eric Whitacre, Hila Pitman and the Eric Whitacre Singers)

John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams – Building the Crate (from Chicken Run)

Rend Collective – Build Your Kingdom Here

Enya – A Day Without Rain

Not Great…

This is quite a bit late (again) so just to clarify, these are the devotions I did last week, from the 16th to the 22nd.

Sunday: Prayer.

Monday: The Cost of Discipleship, Chapter 4, “Discipleship and the Cross.” Most Christians have probably all heard the “take up your cross” speech, line, etc., but don’t realize how literally God calls us to accept the suffering, rejection, and even death that Jesus did.

Tuesday: Nothing.

Wednesday: Matthew 6: 25-34. Don’t worry, because God will take care of you.

Thursday: I briefly re-read the Matthew passage from Wednesday, because I left my Bible open to it, but was mostly busy with writing a lab report.

Friday and Saturday: I probably prayed a bit these days, but I don’t remember any specific time set apart for it, so I’m not counting it.