As you think about your spiritual habits of grace for the new year, I would commend to you Jonathan Gibson’s new book, Be Thou My Vision: A Liturgy for Daily Worship. (You can get it at Crossway, WTS Books, Christian Book, Amazon, RHB, etc. Note also that WTS has an exclusive cowhide edition, and that there is also an Audible edition).
In short, Gibson has mined the best of the Christian tradition to take a gospel-centered worship service structure and apply the same sort of pattern to our personal time with the Lord.
Here’s a fuller description:
Every Christian knows the importance of a daily quiet time with the Lord. But anyone who’s been a believer long enough has likely experienced seasons that feel more mundane or routine, leading to aimlessly skimming a couple of Bible verses or praying the same prayer over and over.
In Be Thou My Vision, Jonathan Gibson has created a 31-day liturgical guide designed to provide structure to the daily worship of individuals and families. Each daily reading includes a call to worship, adoration, confession, assurance, creed and catechism, the Gloria Patri, a prayer of illumination, Bible reading, intercessory prayer, and the Lord’s Prayer.
Designed to be read in 15–20 minutes a day, this beautifully produced liturgy will give readers focus and purpose to their daily quiet time while teaching them historical prayers, creeds, and catechisms that point them to Christ.
The rest of the article can be read HERE.