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Devotions for Christian Women

Is your spiritual life growing stale? Are you weary from going through tough times that have you thinking you just can’t go on?  Would a little affirmation of God’s love for you brighten your day? Discover the treasures that await you as you step away from the daily pressures of life and ministry and carve out a few minutes to find heartfelt refreshment through Jill Briscoe’s devotions for Christian women.

Jill has been sharing her intimate, honest, and insightful exchanges with God for years. Her devotions will transport you to the heart of God. Her writings often remind us that every occasion in our lives is an opportunity to talk to and listen to God - and that He has much to impart and teach us as we go through life. 

Rich in wisdom, Scriptural application, personal stories, and spiritual insight - Jill’s devotions for Christian women will transport you to what she calls the “deep place” - where few venture, but where she has gone deep in her relationship with God through intimate conversations with Him. They are conversations that you can experience too!

As you read through Jill’s devotional works on our website, allow yourself to focus on the joy of hearing God’s voice and experiencing His love through her struggles, concerns, encouragement, prayers, and life lessons that are truly ageless and timeless - and will help you draw closer to your own “deep place” with God. 


We don’t need to know how God’s power works, we only need to know that His power in us is available and wholly “adequate.” more

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Lord, bring to mind the people I need to keep in prayer, including those who are doing well. more

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Do you think of God as a sort of celestial Agatha Christie who delights in fooling you? more

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Lord, thank you for paying the ultimate price for my redemption. more

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The “much more” of the gospel leads us into spiritual blessings and heavenly experiences. more

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We cannot live a life of obedience without God's power and help. more

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Are you in need of a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel?  Isaiah promises that even in darkness, even in death itself, there is good ground for hope. more

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We take the privilege of worship far too lightly. Lord, help me to approach You boldly but reverently, always mindful that Jesus is at Your right hand to be my Advocate. more

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The only way to keep our heart pure is to constantly turn to God for forgiveness and cleansing.  Cleansing and contentment go together. There is happiness in holiness. more

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True love hates the thing that spoils it. Lord, give me a strong hatred of all the sin that spoils love and causes hurt both in my life and in the lives of others. more

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Do you lack friends? Start with God. Nourish your primary relationship with God and then He will show you how to be a friend to others. more

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Does something really bad have to happen to you before you let God have His way in your life? more

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God has not comforted us only to make us feel better, but so we can comfort others in their pain and difficulty. more

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God may test, but He never tempts. That’s Satan’s realm. But, God does promise that even when Satan tempts us, God will provide a way for us to escape temptation's power. more

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When we allow ourselves to play the blame-yourself game, the ensuing guilt dries up the soul, withers the spirit, and makes for depression. more

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Paul called believers “builders.” All people are building something with their lives. What are you busy building? more

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All of us can be lights in this world, and we all of us can lighten the loads of other saints. more

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I have so many choices, a young student confided to her teacher. “If only God would write me a letter and tell me what to do.” more

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During a storm at sea, the sailors had to lighten the overburdened ship (Acts 27:14-20). Many times we need to lighten our own ships so we don’t go under! more

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It’s not enough to be almost persuaded; it’s not enough to sit on the fence and decide that you will become a Christian…later. more

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