Fill out the form below, make sure to include your email address, this will be the email
address which will receive our daily email. Our Daily Devotion consists of several different
devotions which are listed below. Our devotional content can vary through out the year depending
on time of year and holidays.
Our Bible in a Year starts on January 1st with the the first chapter of Genesis and
ends on December 31st with the last chapter of Revelation. Psalms and Proverbs are
excluded, they are instead placed in the own devotion, which last one year each.
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About Our Devotions
Thank you for visiting our Bible Devotions requests page, we hope you enjoy our devotions. Each one of our
devotions are sent as a sepparate email, you can sign-up to receive any or all of our devotions or you
can leave your suggestion for a new daily Bible devotion below. Depending on the time you have to read,
we reccomend you start with one or two devotions then add or remove as best fits your schedule. Sometimes
signing up for too many devotions at once can be overwhelming and may cause you to stop reading all together.
What If I Miss a Day
There is never a hassle over missing a devotion because we archive our devotions online so if you miss a day or two
that's not a problem. In addition our devotions are designed to let you pick-up from any point and begin following along.
Our Online Bible Devotion Archive allows you to read our devotions online from any location even if you currently
don't receive them by email.
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I Canceled My Subscription, Now Want to Start Again
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add your self back to our list, this link will allow you to enter your email address afterwhich you'll
receive a confirmation email asking if you want to receive our emails again. Once that confirmation is
complete you can fill out the form below to add or remove any devotions.
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The Types of Devotions We Offer
Daily Bible Verse (Reading time approximately 3 minutes)
Selected Bible verses usually consisting of 2-4 verses with a commentary meant to
encourage and build us up as we walk in faith.
Year of Proverbs (Reading time approximately 3 minutes)
Selected Bible verses from the Proverbs with reading notes, designed to increase your
Bible knowledge and wisdom for everyday living.
Year of Psalms (Reading time approximately 3 minutes)
Selected Bible verses from the book of Psalms with reading notes, designed to increase
your Bible knowledge and help you with your daily praise.
Bible Promises (Reading time approximately 3 minutes)
Selected Bible verse with commentary containing one of God's promises from the Bible.
Daily Bible Word of the Day (Reading time approximately 5 minutes)
Consist of one word from our Online Bible Encyclopedia along with a clear
description of it's meaning and usage from several different sources.
Daily Perspectives Bible Devotion (Reading time approximately 10 minutes)
Consist of several readings in one devotion and includes a selected Bible Verse, Bible
Promises with reading notes, our Daily Bible Verse with commentary, Year of Proverbs
(no reading notes) and Year of Psalms (no reading notes).
Spurgeon's Daily Readings (Reading time approximately 15 minutes)
Charles Haddon Spurgeon was a British Particular Baptist preacher from the mid to late
1800's who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations today.
In his lifetime, Spurgeon preached to around 10,000,000 people, often up to 10
times a week at different places. His sermons have been translated into many
languages including his famous Morning and Evening readings.
Bible in a Year Devotion (Reading time approximately 15-20 minutes)
Consist of one to three chapters every day starting with the Old Testament at the
beginning of the year and ending with the New Testament. Reading includes reading summary
which consists of key verses for each day's reading.