Habits of Grace by David Mathis is a book that deals with spiritual disciplines in a summary form. Here is a brief excerpt describing the author’s hope for the readers:
My hope in reshifting the focus from the spiritual disciplines to the means of grace — and then the various personal habits of grace that we develop in light of them — is to keep the gospel and the energy of God at the center… My prayer is that this approach will help to make the means of grace, and your own habits that develop around them, not just accessible and realistic but truly God’s means of your knowing and enjoying Jesus.
An excellent chapter on time management included this concept:
One way to make it practical is to schedule the time both for proactive good in the calling God has given us and reactive good that responds to the urgent needs of others.
The Epilogue alone — “Communing with Christ on a Crazy Day” — may be worth the price of the book for many of us!
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