These encouraging devotionals will warm your soul through this season’s cold weather and uncertain times.
- Posted on Dec 14, 2020
As we settle into the winter season, it can be easy to feel anxious and alone—especially this year. The remedy? Give yourself time to connect with God by reading one of these five devotionals from Guideposts. Read them over your morning cup of coffee to help start your day, or just before you tuck into bed for the evening to help you sleep. Buy one for yourself or give one as the perfect holiday gift!
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