Daily Guideposts Devotions

Make time for Daily Guideposts Devotions, and feel yourself uplifted, inspired, and encouraged each day to live a better, fuller, more positive life.
Edward Grinnan, Guideposts Editor-in-Chief
How to Pray

Grappling with the Notion of Race in America

Thoughts on having the hard but necessary discussion about our history of racism

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Daily Guideposts contributor Marilyn Turk
Stories of Hope

A Message of Hope from Marilyn Turk: Set Time Aside for God

The Daily Guideposts contributor shares how she starts each with some quiet spent in contemplation and prayer.

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A man relaxing on the grass while listening to music.
Devotions for Men

A Devotion for Overcoming Anxiety

Learn how Guideposts executive editor Rick Hamlin releases his worries.

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Debbie Macomber: Daily Guideposts 2016
Books

Debbie Macomber: Daily Guideposts 2016

Debbie Macomber: Daily Guideposts 2016

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Edward and Gracie
Stories of Hope

Drawn Together by a Daily Devotion

In Daily Guideposts, evidence of how stories bring us together.

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A King-Size Treat on Halloween
Devotions for Men

A King-Size Treat on Halloween

A devotion to help you appreciate the sweet moments in life.

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Writing for Daily Guideposts
Stories of Faith

Spiritual Growth Through Writing for Daily Guideposts

How a creative gift offers insights for the author and blessings for his readers.

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Holding a pet rabbit
Power of Prayer

5 Prayers and Blessings for Animals and Pets

On the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, words of thanks and praise for the creatures who enrich our lives.

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Rearview shot of a woman looking out at the ocean with sky above
Devotions for Women

A Prayer for When Life Is Out of Control

She heard God's response as she looked to the sky.

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See God After Loss
Devotions for Men

See God After Loss

Sometimes when everything seems lost, all that’s left is to wait...and trust our Father to make things new again. 

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