We’ve been using a morning basket in our homeschool for the last couple of months, but it wasn’t until I listened to this podcast on Your Morning Basket that I thought about having my own Mother’s Morning Basket. Of course, with two early risers, I don’t always manage to get up and have my devotion before my children wake up, so I’ve started training them not to disturb my quiet time. I aim for half an hour, but so far I haven’t managed to have that uninterrupted.
So, what’s in my morning basket this month?
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Jacques bought me this ESV study bible a couple of Christmases ago.I love having a commentary on hand when I read. At the moment, I’m midway through the book of Proverbs.
Our pastor recently finished a year-long series on Mark. I’m a little bit behind on working through the devotions but I hope to finish it by the end of the month.
This has been sitting on my bedside table for about a year. Now that it’s in my morning basket, I’m actually getting around to reading it. Hopefully I’ll be able to return it to my mother before the end of the year. (Sorry, Mom.)
I’m enjoying this book about authentic Christian spirituality. It’s slow reading because there’s a lot to think about, and my brain isn’t quite working at full speed at 5:00 in the morning.
I found this when I went through a bunch of books my dad was clearing out. I’m reading one poem each day.
I bought this when Angie was a baby but I never actually got past the first few chapters.
Do you have a mother’s morning basket?