Christian Devotionals

In the hustle and bustle of daily life,
it’s nice to find quiet time to reflect
on God and your relationship with Him.
These Christian devotions help
 you do just that.

Whether you read them in morning
before work,
 at night before bed
or even on your lunch hour,

daily devotions are a wonderful way
to keep God
 and your Christian
faith at the center of your life.



Recent Christian Devotionals Stories

Rick Hamlin, Guideposts' executive editor

A Sunday school lesson on Judas' betrayal teaches a lesson on forgiveness.

by Rick Hamlin
, New York, New York

Anxiety isn’t going to win you any battles. It might even get in the way. This devotion can help.

by Julia Attaway

Sometimes I lack the perspective to respond well to others because I’m too close...

by Julia Attaway

It’s easy to forget that what feels like a permanent and oppressive problem is only a temporary annoyance.

by Julia Attaway

Brian Doyle, Photo credit: Jerry Hart

Why do we not tell each other every hour that we love each other?

by Brian Doyle
, Portland, Oregon

For my birthday this year, I’m celebrating the gifts God has given me.

by Julia Attaway

I like the concept of trusting God for my daily needs, but what I really want is the tools to run my own life.

by Julia Attaway

Mornings with Jesus Contributor, Dianne Neal Matthews

No matter what problems and needs I’m struggling with, what I really need is more Jesus.

by Dianne Neal Matthews
, Salt Lake City, Utah

Lord, I don't know what to do, I prayed. I don’t know how to handle my problems. I don’t know what you want of me.

by Julia Attaway

ceramic angel figurine

This Daily Guideposts classic features angelic inspiration to hone your spiritual insight.

by Evelyn Bence
, Arlington, Virginia

Lord, I’m sorry, I prayed, I know it’s wrong, but I’m not going to snap out of this without help...

by Julia Attaway

A little boy praying

A little boy in Sunday school gives an unexpected lesson about prayer.

by Shari Smyth
, Nashville, Tennessee

Mornings with Jesus Contributor, Dianne Neal Matthews

Grow closer to God and gain a clearer understanding of circumstances in your life.

by Dianne Neal Matthews
, Salt Lake City, Utah

I can either despair over how little my love resembles God’s love, or rejoice that I “know in part” what love is. 

by Julia Attaway

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