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Our Daily Bread is a well known daily devotional which was first published by RBC Ministries in 1956. The daily devotional thoughts presented in Our Daily Bread help readers spend time each day in God’s Word. It is published and distributed worldwide in more than 40 languages.
Arguably one of the most, if not the most, widely read Christian devotional of the 20th century. Let yourself be encouraged and challenged by one of God's faithful servants to give Your Utmost for His Hightest. This online version can be searched by topics using the keyword cloud at the bottom right under Popular Topics.
This book/online library of daily readings seeks is a compilation of excerpts from Ray Stedman's sermons and will be an ideal companion for those who often find it hard to read through the Bible chapter by chapter alone. It differs from most other daily devotionals in that it is true to Stedman's commitment to book-by-book exposition. Each month a different book, or major portion of a book, is explored from beginning to end in bite-sized pieces, alternating from month to month between New and Old Testament books. Each selection is designed to be accompanied with an open Bible, as it includes a portion of Scripture to be read along with an excerpt from one of Stedman's sermons on the same passage. Additionally, at the beginning of each selection is a printed verse from the passage that serves as the focal point of Stedman's comments. A prayer at the end of each selection helps readers apply the lessons they have learned from that passage to their lives.
Devotional material is taken from “Morning and Evening,” written by C.H. Spurgeon, revised and updated by Alistair Begg. Copyright (c) 2003, Good News Publishers and used by Truth For Life with written permission. Today’s Bible Reading material is taken from McCheyne Bible reading plan and used by Truth For Life with permission. Scripture quotations are taken from Holy Bible: English Standard Version, copyright (c) 2001, Good News Publishers.
Mrs. Charles E. Cowman was the wife of Rev. Charles Cowman, founder of the Oriental Missionary Society. This organization was founded by Rev. Cowman with the purpose of evangelizing and setting up native ministries in Japan, Korea, China, and Formosa. Rev. and Mrs. Cowman served for 20 years until Rev. Cowman's failing health forced them to return to their home in California. Streams in the Desert is a devotional compiled by Lettie Cowman from various sermons, readings, writings, and poetry she had read over the years. She collected these works during the dark time in her life when her beloved husband, Charles, was terminally ill. Her devotional has brought comfort and encouragement to millions of people around the world who also face difficult times. The immense popularity of this book has allowed at least 19 editions of the book to be printed. The initial response to the devotional brought letters from China, Japan, Korea, Australia, Africa, and many island countries. The widespread appeal grows daily as new readers discover the joy, challenge, and inspiration found in Streams in the Desert and Mrs. Cowman's other compilations. First published in 1925, Mrs. Lettie Cowman's Streams in the Desert is a masterful compilation of inspirational writings from a variety of sources.
George Herbert Morrison (1866-1928) has been characterized as one of the century's great "pastor-preachers," always seeking to meet life's need with a word from God.
Morrison's preaching reflected his deep concern for the individual person through simplicity of language, certainty of word choice, confident assertion of Scripture, and careful poetic phrasing.
This same high regard for his audience appeared in his loving presentation of the truth no matter how controversial the issue, in the absence of contempt for others in his sermons, in his attempts to lead his listeners from their own interests to a broader perception of Christian concern.
Daily devotional by Marketplace Leaders® Ministries! The goal of this ministry is to help men and women fulfill God’s call on their lives by understanding the role faith plays in their workplace calling.