Psalm 63:1 O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is;Let me challenge you to start your day off with the Lord, but don't let it stop there. If you work outside the home, read your Bible during your break time or lunch hour. If you are at home during the day, keep your Bible open on a table, in the bathroom, or by your favorite chair. I've been keeping mine on the kitchen counter since I'm in and out of the kitchen so much during the day. I know that I have a more peaceful spirit and kinder attitude toward those around me when I'm in the Word throughout the day. Read a snippet of Scripture whenever you get a chance. It's so easy to use the excuse, "I just don't have time," but then we seem to find the time for T.V., crafts, computer, pleasure reading, etc. Make it a point to stay off of the computer each morning until you have spent time with the Lord (yes, I know I'm meddling here). Make morning time with God a priority and see if there is a change in your heart and life.
Begin the day with God! He is thy Sun and Day! His is the radiance of thy dawn; To Him address thy day. Sing a new song at morn! Join the glad woods and hills: Join the fresh winds and seas and plains, Join the bright flowers and rills. Sing thy first song to God! Not to thy fellow men; Not to the creatures of His hand, But to the glorious One. Take thy first walk with God! Let Him go forth with thee; By stream, or sea, or mountain path, Seek still His company. Thy first transaction be With God Himself above; So shall thy business prosper well, All the day be love. ~Horatius Bonar