Perhaps like me, you get to the end of a particularly busy day and realize that your thoughts rarely, if ever, turned heavenward. If you are having a hard time keeping your eyes "fixed" on the Savior as you go about the course of your day, you may want to utilize an ancient prayer practice I have found particularly helpful. Christians throughout the ages have used a pattern called the Sacred Hours or Divine Hours to remind them to consciously pause what they were doing and focus on the One who gifted them with those very hours.
I suggest you make a copy of the following text, then cut each section out and place them where you can see them throughout your home, car and office.
I pray they will be a source of great blessing in your life, as they are in mine!
The Sacred Hours
Dawn – The Awakening Hour
Theme: Resurrection - Praise - Delight
Scripture: Psalm 90:14 Satisfy us in the morning with your steadfast love; so that we may rejoice and be glad all our days.
Quote: I cannot open mine eyes but Thou art ready there to catch my morning soul... Teach me Thy love to know, that this new light which now I see, may both the work and Workman show. George Herbert
Mid-morning – The Hour of Possibilities
Theme: Work – Potential - Blessing
Scripture: Psalm 90:17 Let your loveliness shine on us, and bless the work we do, bless the work of our hands.
Quote: I dwell in possibility. Emily Dickinson