Design Your Daily Quiet Time

Is your quest to have a daily quiet time a struggle?  

One of the most common problems Christians experience is establishing the habit of daily quiet time. New believers, as well as those who have been following Jesus for many years, say they have this difficulty. 

Do you long to hear what Jesus is saying to you? Do you want to know God's will for your life? 

The sheep follow Him because they recognize his voice. - John 10:4 HCSB

 Jesus said "I am the good shepherd. I know My own sheep, and they know Me." - John 10:14 HCSB

To recognize the voice of Jesus, you must know Him. Knowing Jesus means having an intimate relationship with Him.

  Your daily quiet time is the key to a growing relationship with Jesus.

This course from Every Day with the King begins by exploring the necessity for and purpose of daily quiet time. A time-tested method is explained that is key to developing consistency.  Guidance in designing your daily quiet time is presented in an easy step by step manner. The style of this course is very simple and practical. 

By the end of the course, you will have designed your own quiet time and be well on your way to a valuable life long habit.  

Design Your Daily Quiet Time was written with the individual in mind but may also be easily used with a group. 

A Bible and notebook are all you will need to get started. 

 Every Day with the King 

Table of Contents

Purpose Of A Daily Quiet Time
Delight First
Don't Quit
After Quiet TIme
Review and Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?

Once you've enrolled, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you want. Go through it once and then return anytime.

Who will benefit from taking this course?

The person who has wanted to establish a daily quiet time but has found it to be a struggle will definitely benefit. Also, anyone who currently has a quiet time but is unsatisfied with the experience will find help through the lessons.

Who can I contact for more information, comments or questions?