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Devotions for Christian Women

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. 


It is often painful waiting for our "soon" to become "now". Yet we must remember that our times are in God's hands, and He makes everything beautiful by His clock, not ours. more

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God has plans for us. Our times are in His hands. So how do we make our minutes count for Him and for us? more

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“A wise man holds his tongue, only a fool blurts out everything he knows..." (Proverbs 21:23). If we control our tongues, we control our entire bodies! more

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Lord, help me to use Your words to encourage the people in my life today. Bring to mind now someone in my life who needs a word from You. more

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The upper room represents important principles of prayer. Our upper room is, first of all, a place to be honest in prayer. more

Prayer

Lord, break my heart for the things that break Your heart. Use Your Word like a hammer in my life to move me to Your perfect will and purpose. more

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Have you become discouraged by how few signs there are of His answer? Look up, scan the horizon. Watch for the little answers, and take heart - God hears your prayers. more

Prayer

Hope is overwhelming confidence in the God who can do anything with anyone at any time in any place. more

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As we persistently remember the mercies of God from the past, we will find it easier to persist in the present. more

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It's possible to keep perspective in your trials and let them draw you closer to God. Learn to let your sorrow lead you to the service of others by keeping your eyes off yourself. more

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No matter how many difficult things are going on in your life, peace is possible in the deepest part of your heart. more

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There is no way around the cost that some must pay to take the Christian gospel to those who have never heard the name of Jesus. more

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Do you struggle with pride when God uses you? Prayer keeps the glory where it is due. more

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Paul told Christian believers that the secret of a meaningful life is “always” to abound in the work of the Lord. more

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Lord, as I go about my days and weeks help me not to lose sight of the Resurrection power in my life. more

Easter

Why is it so important to believe in Jesus’ resurrection? Because we who believe it and confess Him as Lord will be raised too! more

Easter

Jesus died in our place on a wooden cross two thousand years ago so we could be forgiven. We only have to accept that forgiveness. We have to accept the Cross. more

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When Jesus rose again, He left his graveclothes behind too. Are you wearing graveclothes? What did you bring into your Christian life that should have been left behind? more

Easter

Walking with God speaks of a commonality, a communion, an easy, conversational “walk” with our Creator. Do we enjoy such closeness with God? more

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Being a graduated worrier means remembering to remain in the present and letting God hold on to your future. more

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