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Over the past week, I’ve written 2 posts about reading your Bible. First, I wrote about why you need to read your Bible in 2017 and then shared 7 tips to help you read your Bible every day. Today, I’m sharing 10 of the best women’s devotional books that I have ever read, or look forward to reading this year.
Devotional books shouldn’t take place of reading your Bible but are more like guidebooks. They give you topics to focus on and help you understand what the scripture is saying. They are great for giving you something to focus and teaching you about God. I love devotionals!
I’m reading this one right now! It’s all about connecting to other people and God in a meaningful way. It comes with 30 real life challenges. This is a brand new book by the writers of Incourage.
In Due Time is about finding hope while you wait. Whether you are waiting for marriage, a baby, healing, or something else, this book will encourage you. I have been reading Caroline Harries’ blog for quite a while now and she is a wonderful writer. I can’t wait to read this one.
Whenever you see light hitting a beautiful jewel it’s hard to imagine that there could be anything better. However, God’s word is much better than jewels. This woman’s devotional is unlike the rest because it gives you one devotional a week for an entire year.
Author Sarah Young wrote this women’s devotional by listening to God and writing down what He was telling her. It’s a beautiful devotional. It is several years old, but it’s still worth reading.
This is another one that I want to read this year. This devotional teaches you to put down your Bible study and pick up your Bible. And honestly, this should be the goal for all of us!
This encouraging devotional helps women learn how to process their emotions. I love that this is a 60 day devotional and I think it’s a great resource for anyone who struggles emotionally.
Life isn’t perfect but we have a lot to be thankful for and sometimes that secret to happiness is simply remembering that. This women’s devotional reflects on all that we have to be thankful for.
This book isn’t really a devotional and it isn’t really aimed at women, but it is crazy powerful and so I wanted to include it in this list. If you want to be motivated to pray, then this book is for you.
Author Beth Guckenberger has spent most of her life working in an orphanage in Mexico. This is her story about how reckless faith took her there.
What is your favorite devotional book? What are you reading right now?