• Let Love Continue Devotional

    Hebrews 13:1–2

    Many of us go to church with people who, though they are brothers or sisters in Christ, are actually strangers to us. Take some time to get together with a church member who you do not know well. Have dinner or attend a Bible study or some other activity together. In doing this you will practice brotherly love and hospitality. View Resource

  • Those in Prison Devotional

    Hebrews 13:3

    Oftentimes when people are sent to prison, most of their friends and family turn their backs on them. In the body of Christ, however, this is not as it should be. If you know anyone in prison, make sure to take the time to visit and write to them if possible. If there is a prison ministry in your area, pray about whether you need to support it. View Resource

  • Honorable Marriage Devotional

    Hebrews 13:4

    Whether we happen to be single or married, this command applies to all of us. We are to avoid anything that could, whether in the present or the future, bring defilement to the marriage bed. Look at your life, and seek to learn how this command applies to you. In prayer ask God to make you obedient to His will for marriage. View Resource

  • Be Content Devotional

    Hebrews 13:5–6

    Are you content with what you have? Or is there something that is not yours that you covet? In prayer, ask the Lord to reveal those things that you covet. Take some steps to avoid this sin — such as finding accountability, avoiding certain tempting situations, and giving up those things that you have acquired by way of coveting. View Resource

  • Remember Your Leaders Devotional

    Hebrews 13:7

    Take some time to think of those who first led you to Christ. Maybe it was a parent, a grandparent, or just a faithful preacher of the Word of God. If possible, find that person and thank him for his faithfulness in your life. Then, go to the Lord in prayer and ask Him to help you emulate Christ as that person emulates Him. View Resource

  • Forever the Same Devotional

    Hebrews 13:8–9

    Do you really believe that Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever? Do you believe that He will provide for you as He has in the past? Do you believe His love for you will continue forever? In prayer, ask the Lord to forgive you when you doubt His consistency, and ask Him to increase your faith in the ever-faithful Savior. View Resource

  • We Have an Altar Devotional

    Hebrews 13:10–11

    When we feed at the altar of Christ we are supplied with the grace and strength that we need to persevere in the race of faith. By His Word and presence, He guarantees and completes our salvation. Today, take some time in prayer to meditate on Christ. Ask Him to give you the strength you need to finish the race. View Resource

  • Outside the Camp Devotional

    Hebrews 13:12–14

    Have you gone outside the camp to suffer reproach with Jesus? Have you left past sins behind in order to cling to the cross? Have you been a believer for some time and feel your old life of sin calling you to return? Look at your life, and see what you might need to leave behind to go outside the camp. Ask God to make you able to do so. View Resource

  • A Sacrifice of Praise Devotional

    Hebrews 13:15

    In light of the great sacrifice that Jesus made on our behalf, the appropriate response is one of worship and praise. As we glorify God, we are strengthened; and we testify to the reality that one day, all of creation will worship Him. As you go about your day today, take time to offer up sacrifices of praise to the Lord. View Resource

  • Share What You Have Devotional

    Hebrews 13:16

    It is a sad state of affairs when many evangelicals do not donate their time or money as they could in service to the church and to mankind. Take some time to look at your priorities, and see if there is something more you can do with your time, money, or possessions to fulfill this command. Then, ask God to convict you to that end. View Resource

  • Lay Duties: Obedience Devotional

    Hebrews 13:17

    It is easy to gripe and complain about our church leaders, but it is much harder to submit to them as God calls us to do. But as we see in today’s passage, the Lord calls us to submit to God-honoring leaders in a way that makes them glad to do their jobs. Let us submit to the elders and deacons God has appointed so that we can enjoy the benefits that God gives through them. View Resource

  • Obey Your Leaders Devotional

    Hebrews 13:17

    Do you submit to the decisions of the elders in your church even when you do not agree with them completely? Or, do you let minor mistakes give you an excuse not to submit to your leaders? Go before the Lord in prayer and ask Him to give your leaders godliness and wisdom. Then, ask Him to help you submit to your leaders. View Resource

  • Pray for Us Devotional

    Hebrews 13:18–19

    Everything that ever happens has been ordained by God before the foundation of the world. But we do not know the decrees of God, and His ways are past finding out (Rom. 11:33). Therefore, we must live by His revealed will in Scripture, and thus when we pray, we can be confident that God will accomplish His purposes. View Resource

  • May the God of Peace Devotional

    Hebrews 13:20

    God has chosen for Himself one flock and has appointed the Shepherd to guard over it. The power and worthiness of Jesus guarantees that not one of His sheep shall ever be snatched from His hand. Spend some time in prayer today meditating on the grace and power of your Shepherd, thanking Him for protecting you from evil. View Resource

  • May He Equip You Devotional

    Hebrews 13:21

    John Calvin commented that “our works, performed by the odour of Christ’s grace, emit a sweet fragrance in God’s presence, while otherwise they would have a fetid smell.” Our works do not justify us; yet, they do sanctify us by God’s grace. When you do good, remember that God receives such works as sweet-smelling incense. View Resource