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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

Sharon Hinck, contributor to Mornings with Jesus

Jesus is always with us, even in our messy daily struggles, he is by our side.

by Sharon Hinck

Devotional writer Karen Barber

Devotional writer Karen Barber on why you should pray for those who have wronged you.

by Karen Barber

Here are a dozen people who probably aren’t on your prayer list—but who ought to be.

by Julia Attaway

It’s better to be honest than to pretend we’re better than we are. It’s the only way to grow in faith.

by Julia Attaway

Debbie Macomber

Novelist Debbie Macomber shares a true story of angelic answered prayer.

by Debbie Macomber

An unexpected challenge to make your devotions as real as real can be.

by Julia Attaway

A trio of swans

We seek God's forgiveness during this sacred season, but are we prepared to forgive ourselves?

by Marci Alborghetti

Edward Grinnan, Guideposts editor-in-chief

In this daily devotion, Guideposts editor-in-chief shares why taking a moment to spend time with God is important—especially during a hectic day.

by Edward Grinnan, Editor-in-Chief
, New York, New York

How comfort can put our devotional lives in peril.

by Julia Attaway

In horror, I realized the prayers I’d totally forgotten to say. But grace nudged my heart and I began to pray—deep and hard.

by Julia Attaway

Drawing closer to God by dealing with difficult people.

by Julia Attaway

A devotion we don’t always desire—but often need.

by Julia Attaway

Sharon Hinck, contributor to Mornings with Jesus

Doing for others is a worthy way to observe Lent, but don't wait around for thanks.

by Sharon Hinck

A gold cross

A journalist is inspired to publicly declare his Christian faith in observance of Lent.

by Harold Hostetler

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