Sat. May 11, 2024 – “Attention to Detail”

Higher Bond Forum Daily Devotional Discussions Sat. May 11, 2024 – “Attention to Detail”

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      Jason
      Higher Bond Founder

        Hi there!

        Here is the official post for today’s Higher Bond Daily Devotional discussion.

        If you’re looking for the devotional, it’s located on the Higher Bond app (just for singles) and is completely free.

        While the forums are public, the idea is for these daily devotional discussions to be for the single members of Higher Bond and occasionally our staff and team of pastors.

        Thanks!

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        Here are today’s reflection questions and our featured verse:

        1. What aspects of your dating life do you need to better analyze?
        2. Are there big or small changes you can make to improve your relationship with the Lord through your search for a spouse?
        3. Are there opportunities you can make more out of?

        15 Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, 16 making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. 17 Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is.

        Ephesians 5:15-17 NIV

      • #3900
        Jason
        Higher Bond Founder

          What really stood out to me the most when working through this devotional was the word “every”. I feel like it can be so tempting to assume that guidance is usually meant for “most” or “certain” situations. But I think that the word “every” is intentionally used here (obviously haha) to encourage us to really make the most out of every situation.

          And I think this is important because when it comes to things like dating, everyone knows the “big things” to watch out for. But sometimes the littler, less-obvious ways that time is spent could be equally if not more impactful—for better or for worse.

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