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

Crescent moon on a gorgeous starry night.

This devotion from Evenings of Peace in the Presence of God will fill your mind, body and spirit with hope.


My mind turned to what I was hungry for. Food wasn’t the half of it. OK, Lord, I prayed, I will accept this hunger for what it is...

by Julia Attaway

Lord, I prayed, I’ve got enough on my mind right now. Could we just make this one thing easy? 

by Julia Attaway

Devotion writer, Rebecca Barlow Jordan

Do you recognize the many ways God blesses your life?

by Rebecca Barlow Jordan
, Greenville, Texas

Devotional writer, Mary Lou Carney

Use this devotion excerpted from Time Out in Tough Times when you're worried about those that mean the most to you.

by Mary Lou Carney
, Chesterton, Indiana

We are made in the likeness and image of God and are called to be creative.

by Julia Attaway

Says guest blogger Heather King: I was mad and I questioned my faith. The whole time, though, I never felt void of God...

by Julia Attaway

Daily Talks with God author, Karen Barber

Words of encouragement for times when you're faced with seemingly impossible circumstances.

by Karen Barber
, Alpharetta, Georgia

When life is hard, it’s awfully easy to fall into thinking that God has forgotten us.

by Julia Attaway

Daily Talks with God author, Karen Barber

While praying for a stranger, an indescribable feeling of holiness came over me.

by Karen Barber
, Alpharetta, Georgia

beautiful winter sunrise

In this excerpt from Mornings of Peace in the Presence of God, you'll find words to help you wake to God's strength and grace.


Grace Fox, Mornings with Jesus author

We may not be professional athletes, but we’re in a race nonetheless. Ours is of a spiritual nature.

by Grace Fox
, Vancouver, British Columbia

Two purple flowers on a red and blue background from the Someone Cares cards

We can look to the future with hope, because we know that God never leaves us or forsakes us.

by Guideposts Editors


Research shows that when we berate ourselves for lapses in willpower, we make matters worse.

by Julia Attaway

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