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I was intrigued to see what these devotionals may be about and wondered how they would slot into my existing journey with god. I did not expect to read one that immediately spoke into my life. "Remember, reflect, rejoice" called me to take some time to note down the events of my day and also my thoughts emotions and motivations as the events unfolded.

That very day some unexpected situations presented themselves, so that night I jotted them down in my journal, including my reactions to them. It was while I was writing and thinking that God revealed himself to me - what he would like me to learn from the day and he'd been through with me. If I had not taken the time to remember and reflect, God could not have turned it into a Rejoicing, connecting, awakening moment for Him.

Posted by trudi clarke, 6 April 2006


In the first god360 that i read, it quoted from acts 18:18 - "Paul cut off his hair, because he had made a promise to God"

It overwhelmed me. I knew God was talking to me. Some days later I cut off my hair from shoulder length to a very short crop! I devoted the time it would take to grow back to God. Like a wedding ring, it is a visible reminder of an inward commitment, made in my heart. I did it for God's pleasure and I felt his blessing on my life.

Posted by TC, 6 April 2006


this morning i filled a large glass of water to make sure i sat down for long enough to read a few psalms. i didn't actually drink all the water in the end, but i did read quite a few. The end of Psalm 22 in the Message is mind-blowing!

From the four corners of the earth people are coming back to their senses, are running back to God. Long-lost families are falling on their faces before him. God has taken charge; from now on he has the last word. All the power-mongers are before him worshiping! All the poor and powerless too - worshiping! Along with those who never got it together - worshiping! Our children and their children will get in on this as the word is passed along from parent to child. Babies not yet conceived will hear the good news - that God does what he says.


Posted by andy flannagan, 30 March 2006