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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

Devotional writer, Gwen Ford Faulkenberry

A new perspective on a best-loved hymn is a wonderful reminder of God's unconditonal love.

by Gwen Ford Faulkenberry
, Ozark Mountains, Arkansas

Mornings with Jesus contributer, Susanna Foth Aughtmon

At what point do you give up on your goals?

by Susanna Foth Aughtmon
, Redwood City, California

Devotional writter, Cynthia Ruchti

Use interruption and distraction as a way to pull  you closer to God.

by Cynthia Ruchti
, Wausau, Wisconsin

I could feel a prayer forming: Lord, please don’t let this be as bad as I think

by Julia Attaway

butterfly decoration for a child's room

Is there something your heart desires today? Trust the Lord to provide everything you need in Jesus.

by Gwen Ford Faulkenberry
, Ozark Mountains, Arkansas

No matter what our emotions now, some day we will not struggle with problems here on earth, but rejoice in heaven.

by Julia Attaway

close-up of a hands on a bible

Use this devotion, to help you build an intimate relationship with God.

by Kathryn Brinckerhoff


John Sherrill

In this classic from Daily Guideposts, John Sherrill reminds us that Easter isn't a day. It's a promise to keep in your heart all year long.

by John Sherrill


Devotional writer, Sharon Hinck

Open the pages of your Bible and find His greetings of love.

by Sharon Hinck
, Bloomington, Minnesota

One thing the resurrection teaches us is that our faith experience isn’t about having just the right hymns, décor and sermon...

by Julia Attaway

"First you need to ask God to forgive you for your role in what happened," I told my son. "And then you need to pray..."

by Julia Attaway

Daniel Schantz

In this excerpt from Time Out for the Spirit, three simple words reassure one man of God's unconditional love.

by Daniel Schantz
, Moberly, Missouri

Devotional writer, Erin Keeley Marshall

Whatever the day looks like from your perspective, whatever season of happiness or sorrow you are in today, celebrate God's gift.

by Erin Keeley Marshall


I set about doing what I need to do, and then when unexpected trouble hits I pray a bit, think a bit, pray a bit more.

by Julia Attaway

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