A quiet time, to me, is just an established time to go to my Source, to the Father, and spend time with Him. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done, or who you are, or how you’ve screwed it up, but you have a Father who likes to spend time with you. To go before God, to know what I’ve done and thought and to expect that He’s going to strike me with a lightning bolt – but to be hugged instead – creates great astonishment. We mature Christians, we get so we’re not astonished any more.
– Steve Brown –