Liturgy of the Hours
A Liturgy of the Hours (commonly known as a Daily Office) is an intentionally scheduled spiritual discipline meant to foster a deeper relationship with the Lord. Many times we spend our devotional times with Jesus feeding ourselves on the Word and seeking to receive fuel for our days. A Liturgy of the Hours instead focuses more on being with Jesus rather than aiming to receive anything from Him.
If you've never participated in a Daily Office, use this small booklet as a helpful guide through Psalm 119.
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This Week's Video
Mark 8:34–38: You Can’t Buy a Soul Out of Hell - Mark 8:34–38
May 23, 2017
Satan loves to remind us of all that we are missing out on if we follow Christ— except for hell.
Top Five Scripture Reading Plans We Recommend
- Life Application Study Bible ® Devotion. The most often-read plan on the Bible App will help you learn to apply God’s Word more fully to your life each day. Each day’s reading includes a Scripture verse and a brief devotional taken from the Life Application Study Bible.
- The One Year ® Bible. The second plan is the world’s most popular annual reading Bible. Daily readings of less than 15 minutes provide you with excerpts from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs – guiding you through God’s Word in one year.
- Bible in 90 Days. This next plan leads you through the entire Bible…in just 90 days! While it’s certainly an intense commitment, reading this much in such a compressed time will help you understand the big picture of God’s story in ways you may have never experienced before.
- Chronological. Taking into account the order of historical events and the latest research, this plan takes you through the Bible in chronological order in one year. This is a great plan if you want to add historical context to your study.
- First Steps Reading Plan. Plan number five is ideal for those new to reading the Bible. Based on the Life Journal Plan, this plan includes just a few, brief readings each day to build your consistency and confidence, both in reading the Bible, and in your faith.