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Are you busy? 

Most folks are.

But it's so important that we never get too busy to spend time with the Lord. 

The Psalmist said, "As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, my God" (Psalm 42:1).

That's the attitude all of us would have if we realized how spending time with God can revolutionize our lives:
♥ Bringing us Peace
♥ Guiding our Decisions
♥ Correcting our Misunderstandings
♥ Teachings us Truth
♥ Encouraging our Hearts

Would you like a quick and easy way to keep your focus on Jesus during your busy day?

1-Minute Bible Love Notes can be read in 60 seconds or less, and each devotion is designed to challenge, correct, instruct, or encourage readers in the Lord.

If you subscribe (it's free), you'll receive a one-minute devotion every weekday in your email. Bible Love Notes never asks for money, never runs ads, and never uses your name/email for any purpose beyond delivering your devotion.

Read the devotion whenever your schedule allows and make God and His Word part of your busy day.

Why not give it a try and sign up for a free subscription?


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18 comments:

  1. Thank you for blessing my life with the devotional scriptures.

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  2. I sooo love your blog :-) Truly a blessing to my life.

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    1. Thank you, Aishah. It blesses me to hear that : )
      Gail

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  3. Dear Gail, Your blog and 1 minute love notes are such a blessing and teach me every time. Thank you, for your inspirational, spiritual, and enjoyable blog. Love in Jesus!

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    1. Thanks so much for taking the time to let me know. It's always an encouragement to hear that Bible Love Notes is blessing someone.
      Gail

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  4. Thank you very much

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  5. Love your blog and am recommending it to my work colleagues.

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  6. Many Blessing Gail, I really am enjoying your blog. I am learning a lot and loving reading what you put on your blog. You have answered a lot of my questions.

    Thank you,
    Norma

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    1. That blesses me to hear, Norma. Thanks for taking the time to let me know.
      Have a blessed day.
      Gail

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  7. I look forward to Bible Love Notes each day. It keeps me grounded in my faith. God bless you Gail.

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  8. Need some explanation. If God foreknew and predestined someone is that someone accepted by God and others He didn't predestine are lost. How does this work. Very confused.

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    1. Dear Confused, Please explain. There is nothing in this devotion about being predestined. Are you asking a general question about salvation or something about this devotion. I'm happy to answer but I'm not sure what you are asking....could you give more details? Thanks

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  9. Good Evening, Gail. I am interested to hear what you think of Joyce Meyer's teachings? I recently saw a video about tattoos and she was laughing and telling everyone there was nothing wrong with getting a tattoo and she was going to get one too. What bothered me the most was how she was saying that Jesus wouldn't mind a bit with doing anything to make ourselves look and feel better. She lost me at that point. Just curious.

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