Apostle Williams has created a plan that gives you the most essential readings of the Bible for your daily walk as a Christian believer. The plan carries you through 52 weeks of taking a journey through God’s Word. With Psalms to give you comfort, the book of John for you to know Jesus as the Son of God. The book of Acts for you to know and understand the Holy Spirit. Also, the book of Romans to experience God’s salvation and grace. Lastly, Proverbs to give you wisdom in life. Please click on the link provided below to print your devotion reading plan TODAY!

Decide on a Time. If you view your time spent with God as an appointment to be kept on your daily calendar, you’ll be less apt to skip it. While there’s no right or wrong time of day, doing devotions first thing in the morning is the best time to avoid interruptions. We seldom receive a phone call or unexpected visitor in the morning. Whatever time you choose, let it be the best time of day for you. Perhaps a lunch break fits better into your agenda, or before bed each night. Either way, Apostle Williams has design the plan to only last about 15 minutes each day.

Decide on a Place. Finding the right place is key to your success. If you try to spend quality time with God lying in bed with the lights off, that may not be your best option. Create a place specifically for your daily devotions. You may decide to keep your Bible, pen, journal, devotional book, and reading plan nearby.

Spend Time in Prayer. Prayer is simply two-way communication with God. Talk to him, tell him about your struggles and cares, and then listen to his voice. Some Christians forget that prayer includes listening. Give God time to speak to you in his still small voice (1 Kings 19:12 NKJV). One of the loudest ways God speaks to us is through his Word. Spend time meditating on what you read and let God speak into your life.

Spend Time in Worship. God created us to praise him. First Peter 2:9 says, “But you are a chosen people…belonging to God, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light” (NIV). You can express praise silently or declare it in a loud voice. You may want to include a worship song in your devotional time.