Read entire article, How to Begin a Daily Quiet Time In 5 Easy Steps,
by Ron Edmondson, at Bible Study Tools.
It is sometimes difficult to find quiet time to study the Word of God. Ron Edmondson gives good advice. We can do this, if we only just begin.
"I often encounter people who want to begin a daily quiet time, but they aren’t sure how. It really isn’t as complicated as we often make it out to be.The main thing is simply to do something, but in case you are one of those still wanting to but not sure how…"
"Pick a definite place where you’ll be everyday for your quiet time."
"Pick a reasonable amount of time and put it on your schedule." Ron recommends you begin with 15 minutes, or even 10, daily.
"Decide basically how you will structure your quiet time."
"Decide what you will specifically do in your time. Will you do a Bible study or simply read Scripture and pray? If your time is 15 minutes, for example, you could spend 6 minutes reading the Bible; 3 minutes talking to God; 2 minutes in silence, asking God to speak to you; and 4 minutes writing your thoughts at the time."
"Commit to doing something consistently for at least 30 days."
"Nothing of value is ever easy. The main objective for any of us, including pastors, is disciplining ourselves to do something everyday. Over time, it becomes a habit that is easily repeated. Even better, it will soon become the best and most productive part of your day."