Wondrous delight is found in the presence of God. [Tweet this] With a blank sheet of paper and pen in hand, along with a Bible nearby, begin making a list of the characteristics of God. Write down various names for God. Record attributes of God. List promises of God. Then spend some time thanking God simply for who he is and offering words of adoration to him. The wonder of God’s presence awaits you.
Wonder Challenge: What’s the attribute of God or promise that you appreciate most? Give a shout out to God online—through Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or your blog—about the facet of God’s character or a promise that is stirring your heart.
Examples of God’s attributes: Holy, Righteous, Eternal, Truth, etc.
Example of post: God, thank you for being ________!
This year, for Lent, we’re going to be inviting people to read the entire Bible in 40 days. Yep. It will average about 30 chapters a day–about an hour to read varying on how fast/slow you read–six days a week with one day off throughout Lent. I’m encouraging people to consider using the Message Bible for a fresh look and fresh language of the Scripture. You’re welcome to join in. An official announcement and details will be coming after the 21 Days of Wonder. But how better to spend Lent than laying hold of Scripture and diving into the character of God! It will kick off February 13. Stay tuned for more details.
It’s not too late to join the fun! Join us during the 21 Days of Wonder Challenge and awaken to the wonders of God all around. Learn more, here.
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