In today’s fast-paced, postmodern world, time is a precious commodity, and even 15 minutes of morning devotions can seem too much. But it was Martin Luther who said, “I have so much business I cannot get on without spending three hours daily in prayer.”
Most of us don’t have three hours to pray. But we probably do have at least five to fifteen minutes to dedicate to God in the morning, and can send up “popcorn” prayers throughout the day -childlike, short, simple prayers of faith going up to heaven on ours and others’ behalf.
As time allows, we can devote longer periods throughout the day to listen to God’s voice, and to read portions of His word to encourage our hearts and to strengthen us in our walk with Jesus. Read my article here for some tips to carve out time for prayer throughout your day.