Daily Devotionals for the New Year


It’s not too late to supplement your Bible reading with a daily devotional! You might want to consider one of our free online options:


  • BLB Daily Promises
    Rejoice daily in the promises and security that every believer can take as his own. Our God is trustworthy and ever does His passion for His people shine through His word; so take heed the wondrous pledges of His love for you, His child! With reflections brought to you by the staff of the Blue Letter Bible.
  • Day By Day By Grace
    Conceived by Pastor Bob Hoekstra, Director of Living In Christ Ministries, the Day By Day By Grace devotional series seeks to illuminate the grace of God through daily readings set to inspire the child of Christ toward the heart of his Creator and Benefactor.
  • Daily Bible Reading Program
    Now one can use the Blue Letter Bible to assist them in reading through the Bible in a year’s time. Different translations and different reading plans are available.
  • Morning and Evening Devotions
    Written by Nineteenth Century preacher, Charles H. Spurgeon, these devotions, both morning and evening, are sure to bless the believer by bringing to light the joy of the Gospel.
  • My Utmost for His Highest
    Gleaned from the lectures of Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest is the most used devotional material outside the Bible itself.
  • Stephanie

    Hello! I’m looking for a devotional, but the “My Utmost…” link was 404’d. Do you have a repaired link to that devotional? Thank you much!

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  • Helen

    I’m missing the old BLB blog. Why has it changed so much?

  • Thanks for the input, Helen. We’re working on a blog redesign at the moment. Once that’s finished, you’ll find those first two addressed.

    As for the voting system – sorry to say it’s here to stay. It comes with the territory of the new blogging system we’ve installed. I’m hoping the voting system will help moderators see what comments are the most helpful to our user community. If not, we may revisit this in the future.

    Thanks again, Helen. Your feedback is helpful.