George Muller wrote, “The vigor of our spiritual life will be in exact proportion to the place held by the Bible in our life and thoughts.”
A.W. Tozer once commented, “Nothing less than a whole Bible can make a whole Christian.”
Some devotionals offer you only a Scripture or two followed by a short blurb and a pithy quote. If you are looking for spiritual nourishment, that would be nothing more than a light snack. True spiritual sustenance requires much more.
If you want a “full meal,” check out the following books in the 30 Day Devotional Series. Each devotional in this dynamic series will provide you with a portion of Scripture to read, a handful of questions to think through, suggested prayers to offer up, and action steps to apply God’s Word.
God Unboxed: Experiencing God as He Truly Is
Human nature tends to put God in a box in an attempt to control or understand Him, but the Lord cannot be boxed! He is bigger, grander, mightier, and more amazing that we could ever imagine. Spend 30 Days opening up the box. When you meet God for who He truly is, you will be truly changed!
The Path to Spiritual Maturity
Many Christians live a “surface-life” existence, while all sorts of things are churning below the surface. They put on their Sunday best, show a fake smile, loudly sing songs of praise, say “Amen” at the end of prayers, and use all the right words while in church. But under the surface, there is unresolved hurt, excused sin, struggles, and unhealthy habits which are not being addressed. Can you relate? If so, spend the next 30 Days learning to dig deep and find healing.
Who Am I: Understanding Who You Are in Christ
Discover who you are and all that you can be! Understand that, in Christ, you are so much more than you could ever imagine. Each day, dig into the Scriptures and learn more about God’s awesome plan and tremendous purpose for your life! Bonus: Six extra devotionals!
Every Day Heroes: Changing the World through Your Faith in Christ
Each day encounter average, ordinary people that God used in extraordinary ways. Be inspired and encouraged by their stories of bravery, sacrifice, commitment, and devotion. Know that the same God who worked mightily in and through them desires to do the same in and through you!
Christmas: It’s Jesus’ Birthday, Not Yours
Our culture has made Christmas all about us. We think only of what we plan to buy others and what we hope others are planning to buy us. Yet, Christmas is Jesus’ birthday. Because of that, the question we must ask ourselves this holiday is, “What does Jesus want for His birthday?” Not sure? Grab hold of this devotional and spend the next 30 Days discovering the answers.