12 Really Useful Resources for Your Quiet Time Notebook

I hope everyone has had a good time putting together their RESTORED Quiet Time Notebook! If you have not made a notebook yet, you can find the free download HERE. You can read a blog post with more information about the notebook HERE.

This week I’m going to share some of my favorite resources with you. I think each one of them would be a powerful addition to any prayer notebook! I have used all of these and found them very helpful in organizing my prayer time and giving me focus.

These are great resources to put in your praise section. (For RESTORED users that section of your book is labeled E for Elevate God.)

*Sarah Hagerty has a free monthly resource for adoration HERE.
*The Navigators has a calendar for 30 days of praying the names of God HERE.
*Moms in Prayer International has a download about the attributes of God HERE.
*Prayer Power Ministries has a really nice set of cards for worshipping Jesus HERE.

These are good resources for praying for yourself. (For RESTORED users, this would be your S section for Set Free.)

*Sarah Hagerty has a list of minute prayers for asking for inner strength HERE.
*Jon Bloom wrote a really good article called Seven Ways to Pray for your Heart.
You can find it HERE.

These are really good resources for praying for others. (For RESTORED users, this is your O section for Outward Reaching.)

* Inspired to Action created a prayer calendar for praying for your husband HERE.
* Inspired to Action created a prayer calendar for praying for your children HERE.

Here some good resources for memorizing Bible verses. (For RESTORED users, this is your R section for Remember God’s Promises.)

*You can find a Scripture Memory Challenge worksheet set from Intentional by Grace HERE.
*You can find lots of good scripture writing challenges at Sweet Blessings. Look in the sidebar to the right for a link to the forms. You can find them HERE.

Here are some of my favorite resources for Bible Study. (For RESTORED users this is your E section for Exploring God’s Word.)

*Katie Orr has a Bible Study called FOCUSED15. Be sure to check this out HERE.
* Rachel Wojo has some great Topical Bible Reading Challenges HERE.

These resources have been really helpful to me and I hope they will be helpful to you, too!

And remember, it’s not about perfection. It’s about presence! God LOVES to spend time with us, and he understands our imperfect prayer lives!
Blessings,
Leslie
Focus Point    

Isaiah 55:11 (NIV)
So is my word that goes out from my mouth; It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.

You can study Isaiah 55:11 in more depth at Bible Gateway. I encourage you to go there as they have free resources to help further understanding of any Bible passage.

Praise and Worship

Here is a link to “Word of God Speak” by Mercy Me. https://youtu.be/4JK_6osCH74

Let’s Talk!  

Do you have any resources you really enjoy using during your quiet times? Feel free to post them in the comments section.

Next week

Next week we will talk about how to get the most out of your RESTORED Quiet Time Notebook. I look forward to spending a little time with you then!

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5 thoughts on “12 Really Useful Resources for Your Quiet Time Notebook

  1. Thank you for sharing these prayer resources at Literacy Musing Mondays. One of the three things I’m praying for this year is FOCUS! I’m usually a pretty focused person, but mid-life and mothering tweens and teens has turned my brain to fuzz. 😉

    1. You are welcome, Brandi. Focus has always been hard for me. We are in the same boat – mid-life, mothering teens and fuzzy brains. 😆If you use the notebook, I’d love to hear back from you sometime about what worked well (or didn’t work well) for you. Having the pages in front of me really changed my ability to keep my mind on track during my quiet time. I hope they are a blessing to you!

  2. what a great resource and a helpful way for people to study, focus and journal doing their quiet times. I love your willingness to share what works for oyu and offer that to help others as well. good job! Your neighbor at #LMM

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