Category Archive: Using Devotionals

Jul 21 2016

Replacing the Food Pyramid


There are always new changes in philosophies and research concerning nutrition and weight loss….But not so with our spiritual diet! The same recommended spiritual nutrients that worked 2000 years ago work now.

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Sep 08 2013

Women’s Devotional: A Woman in Love

They did good works for Him; they were patient; they dealt with false teachers who came to them with discernment; they persevered when things were tough; and they worked for Jesus without becoming weary. He recognized what they were doing right, but He said that he had something against them: They had left their first love,

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Apr 21 2012

Devotional Journaling

You can do devotional journaling through using devotional journal books or through simply writing notes as you read Scriptures. Either way, it helps you experience listening to God and applying what He is saying to your life.

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Apr 18 2012

Streams in the Desert for Today

Streams In The Desert

It takes time for God to paint a rose. It takes time for God to grow an oak. It takes time for God to make bread from wheat fields. He takes the earth. He pulverizes. He softens. He enriches. He wets with showers and dews. He warms with life. He gives the blade, the stock, the amber grain, and then at last the bread for the hungry.

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Sep 17 2011

What Are Good Devotions?

Regardless of when you have your devotional time with God, what makes some devotions good ones while others are just so-so?

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Jun 17 2010

Busy Moms Need A Devos Break!

Taking time out for devos (devotions) supercharges your day, tunes up your outlook, helps you experience God’s presence, gives you wisdom, and tunes up your heart with God’s love.

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Mar 21 2009

How to Use a Daily Devotional Resource

Many people find that keeping a journal helps them during their devotional times. You can take notes about things that really speak to you from your devotional readings and from the Scriptures. Also you can make note of what you are praying about and answers to prayer. Take time after reading and praying to be …

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Mar 21 2009

Devotional books can help us grow spiritually.

It often helps to discuss what you are learning through your daily devotions with others. Tell them how God is speaking to you and share what you are learning. Get their input. If you have a prayer partner, good friend, or a spouse, it can be a great idea to both read the same daily devotional and then talk about what God is showing you.

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