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

Guideposts contributing writer Jeff Chu

Daily Guideposts contributor shares how prayer brings peace and comfort even in life's most difficult challenges.

by Jeff Chu
, New York, New York

These four words are just the right prayer in times of uncertainty.

by Julia Attaway

It’s often only when I let go of my deepest desires that my worries are set free.

by Julia Attaway

Obstacles to prayer and devotion come in many forms. Often, if we simply name them, we can see them for what they are.

by Julia Attaway

When anxiety’s got you in its grip, it’s hard to avoid worrying. But there's a technique that can help. I call it “breathing prayer.”

by Julia Attaway

Like much of the country, we’re making do with less this Christmas. And yet ...

by Julia Attaway

Sharon Hinck, Contributing Author Mornings with Jesus

Draw from the strength and wisdom of Jesus to bring peace in the areas of your life where you need it most.

by Sharon Hinck
, Bloomington, Minnesota

Rick Hamlin, who shares his practice of planting spring bulbs during Advent.

A devotion about the practice of planting spring bulbs during Advent, with faith that new life will spring from them.

by Rick Hamlin
, New York, New York

Drawing closer to God by asking hard questions in our daily devotions.

by Julia Attaway

Taking time with your prayers and devotions can help speed your spiritual growth.

by Julia Attaway

Portrait of Jesus Christ

The contributing writers to Mornings with Jesus, a newly published devotional, share the impact of the work on their relationship with Jesus.

by Rebecca Maker
, Brooklyn, New York

A devotional on why you should always take the opportunity to pray.

by Edward Grinnan


One thought piled upon another: needs, desires, petitions, frustrations. Listening to myself, I thought, Wait a minutewhere is God in all this?

by Julia Attaway

A new mom learns to have more faith in her husband on his first day alone with their baby.

by Susan Besze Wallace


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