Daily Guideposts Devotions

Make time for Daily Guideposts Devotions, and feel yourself uplifted, inspired, and encouraged each day to live a better, fuller, more positive life.

A dogwood tree in full bloom during Springtime.
Inspiring Stories

A Miracle Brings Much-Needed Comfort

Best-loved author, Sue Monk Kidd shares an amazing experience in this classic Daily Guideposts excerpt.​

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A woman with her hands up to the sun in victory.
Devotions for Men

A Devotion for Those in Recovery from Addiction

Addiction is one of the greatest scourges, a kind of terrorism of the soul...

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Calm Your Worries
Daily Devotions

A Devotion to Calm Your Worries

 Preview Daily Guideposts 2018 and experience the grace of God's watchful eye.

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God Bless America
Devotions for Women

God Bless America!

Celebrate the true meaning of Independence Day with this classic devotion.

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Woman looking at her reflection in a bathroom mirror
Devotions for Women

A Quest for Beauty

When you look in the mirror what do you see?

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The Power of Fasting
Daily Devotions

The Power of Fasting

Fasting—giving up something in order to focus on God—is a practice that Jesus engaged in. It can draw us closer to Him.

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butterfly sping
Devotions for Women

Renew Your Spirit This Spring

Sue Monk Kidd asks if spring fever can be a spiritual phenomenon in this classic devotion from Daily Guideposts. 

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Celebrate Your Unique Gifts
Daily Devotions

Celebrate Your Unique Gifts

Embrace the gifts Jesus places in your life and ask Him to help you use them wisely.

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Miracles are everywhere
Devotions for Men

A World of Miracles

In this devotion excerpted from Daily Guideposts, Brian Doyle shares, "There are no little things, are there? Nothing’s little. Everything’s huge and holy and so stuffed with miracle, the miracles leak out, laughing."

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random acts of kindess for Lent
Daily Devotions

A Special Project for Lent

Selecting a small kindness to do was the easy part. Keeping it a secret was a struggle.

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