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

Worry is the darkroom in which negatives can develop. –Wanda E. Brunstetter, author
Open your heart and eyes to see that opportunities to help and serve are everywhere.
Father, help me to do what I can, and in the doing help me to find new confidence for larger responsibilities.

Recent Daily Devotions

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

Mornings with Jesus contributer, Susanna Foth Aughtmon

A twist on a childhood game is a reminder that when you choose Jesus you always win.

by Susanna Foth Aughtmon
, Redwood City, California.

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

Sad woman

Use this excerpt from Time Out for the Spirit to help you feel God's comfort.

by Lucile Allen


Devotional writer, Gwen Ford Faulkenberry

No matter what challenges you face, you can always feel Jesus's love in your life.

by Gwen Ford Faulkenberry
, Ozark Mountains, Arkansas

I cried out inwardly, Lord, I’m here because I love you, and I want my children to love you, too! Help me!

by Julia Attaway

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

Devotional writer, Marilyn Morgan King

Use this excerpt from Time Out for the Spirit when your prayers seem dry and lifeless.

by Marilyn Morgan King


Mornings with Jesus Devotional Writer, Renee Andrews

The Bible begins and ends with wonderful news.

by Renee Andrews
, Gadsden, Alabama

Getting to the bottom of why things seem "too hard" made me appreciate how God acts in my own life...

by Julia Attaway

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