• The Great “I AM Devotional

    John 8:48–59

    Muslims, Jehovah’s Witnesses, liberals, agnostics, secular historians and many others are perfectly happy to have a Jesus who is merely a wise teacher. However, as we have seen in this final “I AM” statement, Jesus is much more. He is God Himself. Spend some time today worshiping Jesus Christ who is the great I AM. View Resource

  • The True Vine Devotional

    John 15:1–11

    We know that a man is justified by faith alone, but the faith that justifies is never alone. The Bible again and again tells us that true faith evidences itself in the fruit of good works. Examine your faith to see if it is producing good works and thank God for the pruning He does to produce them. View Resource

  • The Only Way to God Devotional

    John 14:1–14

    Our belief in the trustworthiness of the Bible rests on our confidence that Christ is Truth itself. Those denying the Bible’s reliability are really denying Christ Himself. If you have friends claiming to be Christians but denying the Bible’s truth, help them see that real commitment to Christ means real commitment to the Scripture’s veracity. View Resource

  • Resurrection and the Life Devotional

    John 11:17–27

    The resurrection of Christ is the most important event recorded in history. It validates the claims of Christ about Himself, verifies His atonement on the cross and provides our hope for eternal life. Familiarize yourself with the accounts of the resurrection and praise God for raising Christ as the first-fruits of the resurrection to come. View Resource

  • The Good Shepherd Devotional

    John 10:11–21

    Jesus promises that all who hear His voice as the Good Shepherd and come to Him will be saved and protected in His fold. His sheep hear His voice and follow moment by moment, hour by hour, day by day. Ask the Lord to let you hear His voice clearly, and if you are not in His fold, enter by placing your trust in Christ alone. View Resource

  • The Door of the Sheep Devotional

    John 10:1–10

    The pluralistic society we find ourselves in has no problem with God as long as there are many ways of accessing Him. It can be quite intimidating to proclaim that Jesus is the only way to the Father in this increasingly hostile environment. Ask God to give you the courage and strength to proclaim that Jesus is the only way wherever you are. View Resource

  • The Light of the World Devotional

    John 8:12–30

    When we read the Scriptures, it can be easy to become so consumed with the details and intricacies of its requirements that we forget that the whole Bible points to Christ. As you read and study the Bible, ask the Holy Spirit to help you see how all of the details point us to Jesus. View Resource

  • The Bread of Life Devotional

    John 6:22–59

    Many of us can remember when we first trusted Christ for salvation. Too often, however, we forget that Christ also keeps us in our faith and will not allow His people to fall away. In prayer, confess your absolute dependence on Christ’s sustaining power and thank Him for His grace that keeps you. View Resource

  • Servants of the Saints Devotional

    Hebrews 1:13­–14

    God’s grace works not only in our salvation, but also in the angels He sends to minister to us. Usually, we are not sure where and how the angels are working, but the close calls and unexpected provisions we experience may just be evidence of their activity. Ask the Lord to remind you that His angels are constantly working on your behalf. View Resource

  • The Lord of Creation Devotional

    Hebrews 1:10–12

    In chapter 12, the author of Hebrews tells us that Jesus Christ is the Founder and Perfecter of our faith. As you reflect on today’s passage of Scripture, keep in mind that our salvation is secured by One who is eternal, immutable, and divine. Unlike the heavens and earth which shall pass away, the salvation of God’s people is certain. View Resource

  • He Shall Reign Forever Devotional

    Hebrews 1:7–9

    Christians are called “heirs of the kingdom” (James 2:5). We have received the King’s pardon on account of a sacrifice, but it is not just any sacrifice — the King of glory sacrificed Himself for our eternal righteousness, and He shall reign forever. Indeed, the King of glory, our King, is worthy of all glory, honor, and praise. View Resource

  • Superior to Angels Devotional

    Hebrews 1:5–6

    Read through the second Psalm and consider the manifold ways the Psalmist describes the triumph and kingdom of the Messiah. The closing line of Psalm 2 states, “Blessed are all who take refuge in him.” Remember always that He is the only begotten Son of God in whom there is life everlasting for all who believe in Him. View Resource

  • The Supremacy of Christ Devotional

    Hebrews 1

    Take some time to look through Hebrews today. Pray that God would demonstrate the glory and supremacy of Jesus Christ through His Word. As you consider the message of Hebrews, pray that every aspect of your life would be in conformity with Christ, the Founder and Perfecter of your faith. View Resource