Have you ever noticed this ...
We all have spiritual outputs. Life wears on us and drains us.
Our devotional life provides spiritual input, repairing the worn edges and refilling the empty tanks.
Some of us have extra outputs. We care for children, aging parents, chapters and congregations. We should expect to be worn more quickly and drained more completely.
The irony is that those of us who most need extra inputs are so occupied with our extra outputs that we have even less space for a devotional life.
Are you in a season of life when you need extra spiritual input to balance your extraordinary spiritual output?