I just finished reading Nancy Leigh DeMoss’s A Place of Quiet Rest, and highly recommend it to anyone who has ever felt that her devotional life is not what God wants it to be.
I am using some of the material from this book each week to guide our discussions as our Bible study group works through A 30-Day Walk With God in the Psalms, also by Nancy Leigh DeMoss.
DeMoss discusses several aspects of maintaining a consistent devotional life, such as priority, purpose, pattern, problems, practice, and product. Using Scripture throughout the book, she presents a very convicting argument for working to maintain our daily walk with the Lord.
Each chapter concludes with personal reflections from great women of the faith, such as Elisabeth Elliot, Vonette Bright, Barbara Rainey, and others.
Whether you are new to the faith or have been walking with the Lord for many years, this book can encourage and motivate you to greater depth in your daily time with God.