A 90- Day Devotional for Men Seeking the Heart of God
by Daniel Maritz
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Pub Date 15 Aug 2023 | Archive Date 31 Dec 2023
Nelson Books, Thomas Nelson
At the core of every man's true purpose and lasting success is a singular pursuit: seeking the heart of God. This practical, easy-to-use devotional equips men--in just a few minutes each day--to pursue God and build a life-changing relationship with him.
Every man yearns for a life of meaning and purpose. Every man wants to use his strengths and abilities to achieve something that matters. But no pursuit compares with seeking--and finding--God himself. And yet, many Christians struggle to find the time and resources to connect meaningfully with God in this age of busyness and distraction.
This devotional is here to help. In this accessible devotional, popular Bible teacher and YouTuber Daniel Maritz equips men with the tools they need to start their day right. Each daily reading combines a Bible passage with a short devotional that speaks to the issues and questions men face, providing spiritual strength, encouragement, and inspiration. And the application section features prayer prompts, reflection questions, or action items to bring focus and purpose to each day.
Maritz makes it simple and straightforward to develop the vital habits of
- hearing from God through scripture by providing clear, accessible teachings on some of the most powerful and meaningful passages of the Bible;
- connecting with God at a deeper level through prayer;
- overcoming distractions to prioritize a closer walk with Jesus; and
- abiding in Christ to produce the fruit of the Spirit at all times.
Maritz reminds men that of all the things they could be pursuing--success, status, power, relationships, or any number of worldly goods--only one pursuit truly matters: becoming a spiritual man of God. Only through walking with God daily, in both the good and the difficult times, can men discover their true joy and purpose.