I believe that the most important minutes you spend as a Christian, are the minutes you set apart to be together with the Lord: "But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you" (Mt 6:6 NIV).
Why do we so often forget to find time for the quite time with Jesus, while we find time for so many other things? Perhaps because it is so easy to transform the living meeting with God to a have-to-do-activity like brushing your teeth.
This article by Pam Farrel from Discipleship Journal wants to help us to revive our quite time with God.
"20 Ways To Wake Up Your Quiet Time
Behind closed doors, many of us yawn through our quiet times. Somehow, our routine time with god slowly and quietly degenerates into a boring, predictable rut. As spiritual cataracts grow over our sleepy eyes, we may grow disinterested and frustrated. Such seasons demand a fresh view of the creator. Like any good relationship, quiet times with god need a little variety. Instead of rolling over and hitting the snooze button, try one of these ideas for your next quiet time."