Daily Devotions

Daily devotions can help you keep the Word of God a constant presence in
your life. The Christian devotions you’ll find here offer time for personal
reflection, an oasis of quiet in a busy life, and a way to feel inspired and
closer to God. These Bible devotions, beautiful reminders of God’s love, provide inspiration at the beginning of your day and peace at day’s end.

 

 

 

 

 

Today's Daily Reflection

Prayer—secret, fervent, believing prayer—lies at the root of all personal godliness. –William Carey, missionary
Pray for God to help you keep your focus on Him and off your problems.
Lord, thank You for the many ways in which I may lift my heart and spirit through prayer.

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A man stuck in a rut finds new hope in a fellow church-goer.

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Inspired by Chesley Sullenberger, a pilot reflects on the challenges and beauty of flying an airplane.

by Daniel Schantz


A grandmother learns a lesson about hope and patience from her grandson.

by Mary Lou Carney


A lonely New Year's Eve becomes a night of prayer and reflection.

by Scott Walker
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Roberta Messner

Generous hearts always find a way to give love and hope.

by Roberta Messner


John and Tibby Sherrill

How a beloved devotional writer learned to see the spiritual in the everyday.

by Elizabeth Sherrill
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There were quite a few angels in line at the post office during that Christmas season.

by Pam Kidd


Illustrated by Amy Wummer

Good friends are a special gift from God.

by Pamela Kennedy with Douglas Kennedy


Flowers bloom with God's love

A sickly plant gets help from a green thumb and a little bit of God's love.

by Rhoda Blecker


Illustrated by Amy Wummer

Just like sea otters, children love to play all day...

by Pamela Kennedy with Douglas Kennedy


We're thankful for those who have served our country—and for those moments of humor that help them feel safe.

by Daniel Schantz


Illustrated by Amy Wummer

If we have endurance, we will finish what we begin.

by Pamela Kennedy with Douglas Kennedy


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