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Verse of the Day

By: eBible

Get a Bible verse daily. Stay connected to God's word every morning.

One minute meditations

One Minute Meditation

By: Reflexion - A Spiritual Community

A biblical meditation for every day of the year, beginning in Genesis and reading through to Revelation, from pastor/author chuck smith, jr.


Wisdom of Proverbs

By: eBible

Wisdom, instruction and learning for God's people (30 days).


Bible in One Year

By: eBible

Read the whole Bible in standard (canon) order


Great Faith Stories

By: eBible

Stories of great faith from ordinary people of God (10 days).


Bible in One Year

By: eBible

The whole Bible in one year in chronological order. Sorted by when the events occurred.


Finding Hope

By: eBible

Encouraging stories of hope through biblical characters (7 days).


Bible - Chapter a Day

By: eBible

The whole Bible one chapter a day (3 years).


Top 100 Bible Verses

By: eBible

Top 100 most popular Bible verses of all time brought to you daily.


Full Meal Deal: A Balanced Way to Read Through the Bible in One Year

By: Romans Bible Study

Want to read through the Bible in one year, but don't want to be stuck in just one place at a time? This devotional is a well-rounded plan that will daily feed you in four essential areas: 1) Daily reading in the gospels to keep Jesus at the center of your study; 2) Daily reading the inspiration and instruction of Psalms and Proverbs for encouragement and wisdom; 3) Daily reading in the OT for historical background and great faith stories that make up the root system of the Christian Faith; and 4) Daily reading in the NT for the meat believers need to grow in their understanding of the faith. During the course of one year, you'll read through the gospels four times, the NT twice, Psalms and Proverbs twice (except Psalms 119, which is spread out over several days due to its length), and the OT once.