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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

Love is what's in the room with you at Christmas if you stop opening presents and listen. –Anonymous
Commit to the wonder, to marvel at the coming of Christ.
Come, Lord Jesus, as I stand with my arms outstretched, ready to welcome You.

Recent Daily Devotions

Sabra Ciancanelli shares an and inspiring devotion from Daily Guideposts 2012.

Here's an inspiring sample from our new collection of devotions, Daily Guideposts 2012.

by Sabra Ciancanelli
, Tivoli, New York

Rethinking the things that stand between us and God as tools for devotion.

by Julia Attaway

Erin Keeley Marshall

Making time for rest and relaxation is important for your spiritual health.

by Erin Keeley Marshall

Training ourselves to hear and enjoy our quiet time with God.

by Julia Attaway

apple in leaves

I recaptured what autumn meant when I was growing up: bright leaf colors, honeycrisp apples, pumpkins and squashes. Autumn was again an occasion.

by Rhoda Blecker

Sometimes my prayer list spins out of control and I feel overwhelmed.  Then I think, Stop. The answer is devotion, not despair.

by Julia Attaway

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

by Edward Grinnan

A grieving daughter discovers love is everlasting.

by Brenda Wilbee

How we structure our lives can make choosing to pray easier.

by Julia Attaway

An uplifting daily devotional where a child recognizes the beauty of God's reassuring light.

by Marilyn Morgan King

I still pray, read the Bible and live out my beliefs even when my devotions are less than satisfying. I think God is probably glad I’m doing all those things even though I’m not “getting anything out of it.”

by Julia Attaway

I’ve found that using the word and has a positive effect—not only on my children, but on my prayer life as well.

by Julia Attaway

Devotion isn’t about talking at God. A right relationship requires talking with Him. Which means pausing to listen after sending up a two-second prayer.

by Julia Attaway

Tree house from this daily reflection

A woman reflects on how she found solitude, strengthened her faith and deepened her relationship with God in this daily devotional.

by Carol Kuykendall

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