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Christian devotional literature (also called devotionals or Christian living literature) is religious writing that is neither doctrinal nor theological, but designed for individuals to read for their personal edification and spiritual formation. Theologian Karl Holl has suggested that devotional literature came into full development at the time of Pietism during the second half of the 17th century.
Choose from the 12 devotionals freely available online at StudyLight.org for Bible study, and personal time.
Modern Devotionals (5 total)
A refreshing and light-hearted look at life from a scriptural point of view from author and pastor Tom Kelley.
A.W. Tozer's materials are a mainstay in Evangelical churches in our day and he is one of the most quoted authors. He was a prophet in his day and his writings are even more influential in our day. One of his books: The Pursuit of God, has had over 1 million copies sold world-wide.
Enjoy this refreshing look at the scriptures from Messianic Jewish Publishers. This devotional will not only provide you with a different perspective but also educate you in Jewish terminology.
Let a little light into your soul every day with this wonderful devotional from English pastor Selwyn Hughes.
A daily readings for a year from the writings of the Rev. Alexander Maclaren, D.D., selected and arranged by the Rev. Geo. Coates.
Classic Devotional (7 total)
Written by James Smith for his own flock around 1840, but such was the demand that by 1846 over thirty thousand copies where in circulation.
Compiled by Samuel Bagster over 100 years ago, this timeless devotional still offers wisdom and insight into the greatest book ever written.
Another classic from the pen of C.H. Spurgeon that will challenge and inspire you on your daily path to Heaven.
This timeless classic from Charles Spurgeon will help to both start and end your day with wonderful insight into God's Word.
With reverence, humor and skill, William MacDonald wove a daily devotional tapestry that challenges the reader to think deeply and Biblically, and apply God's Word to their lives.
A daily devotional written by a Baptist Missionary to India, Reverend George Bowen (1816-1888) over 150 years ago.
A unique type of devotional from the writings of James Russell Miller, published between 1908 and 1913.