Monday Minute with God


Welcome to Monday Minute With God. A place to start the week right and tools to keep you in the word all week long.

Joyfully, Muriel Gregory Planting Roots Bible Study Coordinator



The Happy-Hazard Homemaker: Table Setting

Psalm 23


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Daily Reflections

Take the time each day to read each verse and write them in your journal. The action of writing them out will ensure that you are slowing down and taking in what God is speaking to you.
You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies;Day 1: Read Psalm 23

List what you learn about God’s intentions toward us.
Day 2: Think about it

Thinking about a “gracious” hostess, what might you learn about God’s grace?
Day 3: Psalm 23:5

How able are you to enjoy God’s hospitality and rest in the midst of trouble? How can this imagery propel you toward God in the trying circumstances?
Day 4: Reflection

How can God’s imagery of feasting, sipping & supping help you better understand & reflect God’s character?
Day 5: Write it down

Whether or not you feel particularly creative, for whom could you set a welcoming table and serve a simple but nourishing meal this week, despite any distractions or difficulties present?

Submitted by Andrea Plotner

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