Here are the two “daily” parts to a CO2.
First, my own listening (dialogue) time with the Lord. (The most important thing.) Second, my time of connecting with my CO2 partner.
Let’s be honest. Learning to make time for these things every day is difficult. It’s like developing a new habit. It requires a rethinking of how we order our days.
This makes it all the more important that we are clear about God’s perspective on the “daily” part. Consider Hebrews 3:7, “So, as the Holy Spirit says: “Today, if you would hear His voice (probably the best translation), do not harden your hearts…”
The Messsage says: “Today, please listen…”
Then, the same thing is repeated in 3:15. “Today, please listen…”
Then, the same thing is repeated yet again in 4:7. “Today, please listen…”
As someone has said, “If the God of the Universe says the same thing three times, it’s probably a good idea to pay close attention.” Apparently, there is something important about “Today”!