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There are a number of great daily devotional readings you can choose from including the following.
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Amazing Facts: Daily Devotional, Bible Universe
It is Written: Every Word
General Conference: Conflict & Courage, Daily Bible Chapter*

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Where the devotional archives either do not exist or are not directly accessible, you can find them linked here.

Amazing Facts: Daily Devotional* (just below), Bible Universe
General Conference: Daily Bible Chapter

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*The Amazing Facts daily devotional is not archived at all so I have been backing these up for those interested since March/April 2017.
Only the last 7 days will now be shown here (as up to date as I am) – the remaining days of the current month will be in the current month’s link.

December 2017: Link   November 2017: Link   October 2017: Link   September 2017: Link   August 2017: Link   July 2017: Link   June 2017: Link   May 2017: Link   March/April 2017: Link

An Amazing Fact: In a poll of Americans, 39 percent of people aged 35 and over and 62 percent of people aged 18 to 34 admitted to swearing at least a few times a week. Three-quarters of the individuals polled said they frequently encounter profanity or swear words, and two-thirds said they are bothered when they hear other people swear in public (even if they swear themselves).

The words we speak are very important, more so than we usually realize. Whether our conversations are public or private, our words influence ourselves and others for good or for not-so-good. They can hurt or help, encourage or discourage, build up or tear down those around us.

Our words can affect our physical and emotional health or the health of others: “A wholesome tongue is a tree of life, but perverseness in it breaks the spirit” (Proverbs 15:4). “There is one who speaks like the piercings of a sword, but the tongue of the wise promotes health” (Proverbs 12:18).

Words can calm or enrage others. “A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger” (Proverbs 15:1). Words can kill; words can save. “Death and life are in the power of the tongue” (Proverbs 18:21).

In casual conversation, it’s sometimes tempting to let our words run uncensored. But the Bible puts great importance on our speech. In Proverbs 21:23 we read, “Whoever guards his mouth and tongue keeps his soul from trouble.” Next time you’re tempted to speak a rash or unkind word, remember the psalmist’s words: “For there is not a word on my tongue, but behold, O Lord, You know it altogether” (Psalm 139:4). The best use for our tongues is praising God.

A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger. Proverbs 15:1The tongue of the wise useth knowledge aright: but the mouth of fools poureth out foolishness. The eyes of the LORD are in every place, beholding the evil and the good. A wholesome tongue is a tree of life: but perverseness therein is a breach in the spirit. Proverbs 15:2-4

An Amazing Fact: Henry VIII, the 16th century king of England, is best remembered for his shocking treatment of his many wives. He married Catherine of Aragon in 1509 and had the marriage annulled in 1533. He married Ann Boleyn in 1533 and had her beheaded in 1536. He married Jane Seymour in 1536. She died in childbirth in 1537. He then married Anne of Cleves in 1540 and divorced her that same year. He married Catherine Howard in 1540 and had her beheaded in 1542. Finally, he married Catherine Parr in 1543, and she survived him.

The current British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, is the fifth longest serving British monarch (54 years). Only four other kings and queens have served longer: Queen Victoria (63 years), King George III (59 years), James VI of Scotland and James I of England (58 years), and King Henry III (56 years). The queen and Duke of Edinburgh have been married for 60 years. They were married on November 20, 1947, in Westminster Abbey. Both the queen and duke are great, great grandchildren of Queen Victoria.

One of the most famous queens in the Bible is Queen Esther. But her story began with one of the most “not so famous” queens, Queen Vashti. King Ahasuerus reigned over Persia from 486 to 465 B.C. On the seventh day of a great feast, the drunken king asked Queen Vashti to appear so that he could show off her beauty. She refused to come. The king was furious at her act of rebellion. She was demoted, and a new queen was sought.

The book of Esther shows us, in interesting ways, elements of the story of salvation. In one sense, Lucifer is cast down (demoted) and Christ (who had a humble birth) is lifted up to a glorious place. It’s like a ‘rags to riches’ story with many reversals. Though many kings and queens have behaved in less than honorable ways, we know from the Bible that the King of Kings will be honored by the entire universe as righteous.

And they sing the song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lamb, saying, Great and marvellous are thy works, Lord God Almighty; just and true are thy ways, thou King of saints. Revelation 15:3

An Amazing Fact: Junrey Balawing is the world’s shortest adult. As of June 2011, he was measured at 23.5 inches tall. He takes over the previous record holder, Khagendra Thapa Magar from Nepal, who measured 26 inches tall.

According to his family, Junrey stopped growing the first year of his life. Balawing has difficulty walking because of pain, cannot attend school, and stays home where he needs constant attention and care. The son of a poor blacksmith, the family’s luck turned for the better after Junrey was born and his father found work. His birthday is the same day as the Philippines independence day, so his village south of Manila has a double celebration. When he was born, his mother says he was about the size of a one-liter Coke bottle. She knew something was wrong, and the doctor gave her vitamins to help strengthen his bones. But he didn’t grow. The family hopes media attention will bring medical help for their son.

Zacchaeus was not very tall … but certainly taller than Junrey. And that didn’t stop Zacchaeus from his work as a tax collector, nor his desire to see Jesus. “Then Jesus entered and passed through Jericho. Now behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus who was a chief tax collector, and he was rich. And he sought to see who Jesus was, but could not because of the crowd, for he was of short stature” (Luke 19:1–3). You know the rest of the story. He climbed a tree and when Jesus passed by, the Lord stopped and noticed the little man.

Sometimes we feel short and unnoticed in life. But Christ sees us. He notices us no matter how tall or short we are of stature. God’s eyes are upon us. We can know that our faintest cries for help are heard. Any effort we make to turn toward Jesus will be noticed, even if that means having to climb a tree.

Behold, the LORD’s hand is not shortened, that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear: Isaiah 59:1

An Amazing Fact: The Mexican tetra (or blind cave fish) is a freshwater fish found in southern Texas and the central/eastern parts of Mexico. There are about 30 distinct populations of this fish that are blind and live in deep caves where there is no light. The eyed and eyeless forms of this fish come from the same species. When born, all have eyes—but those in dark caves lose their ability to see.

Blind tetras can still find their way around by means of their “lateral lines,” which are highly sensitive to water pressure. Their eyes, which are not used, simply degenerate and skin grows over them. Modern genetics have shown that a lack of use of a part of the body does not necessarily mean it will completely disappear. More recently, some scientists have discovered that blind cave fish can “see” (at least in some small way) light because of the pineal gland in their brain.

One day Jesus was walking through Jericho and a blind man called out, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!” (Luke 18:38). Others tried to quiet him down, but he only cried the louder. Jesus heard his cry and asked to see him. After being asked by Jesus what he would like, he said, “Lord, that I may receive my sight” (v. 41). Then Jesus said to him, “Receive your sight; your faith has made you well” (v. 42).

Someone once said, “Faith is seeing what you cannot see.” If that is the case, then this blind man could “see” before he could see! He knew that Christ was the Son of the living God and could heal him.

Sometimes people who see well with their natural eyes are blind with their spiritual eyes. They cannot discern truths of Scripture or sense the working of the Holy Spirit in their lives. They need to be healed of their spiritual blindness. Like blind tetras, they need to be taken out of dark places and brought into the light.

For the heart of this people is waxed gross, and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes have they closed; lest they should see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and should be converted, and I should heal them. Acts 28:27

An Amazing Fact: Some of the finest gems in the world are in the crown jewels of England. The king’s crown weighs more than 39 ounces. It was made in 1838 and contains many jewels from older crowns, some dating back hundreds of years. It has almost 300 pearls, 2,818 diamonds, plus magnificent rubies, sapphires, emeralds, and other gems.

“Then the soldiers of the governor took Jesus into the Praetorium and gathered the whole garrison around Him. And they stripped Him and put a scarlet robe on Him. When they had twisted a crown of thorns, they put it on His head” (Matthew 27:27–29).

Jesus’ crown while on Earth was a crown of thorns fashioned by the cruel hands of the Roman soldiers. In contrast, the apostle John describes what it will be like when Jesus returns. “Then I looked, and behold, a white cloud, and on the cloud sat One like the Son of Man, having on His head a golden crown” (Revelation 14:14).

Paul wrote about the “crown of righteousness” that was laid up for him, which God would present to him and to everyone who is happy to see Christ return. This crown will be far more special and well designed than any crown jewels the world has ever seen!

What have we done to deserve such a reward? Absolutely nothing—we don’t deserve it. We’re not righteous, but Jesus is. In mercy He has redeemed us and reconciled us to God, and it is His desire to give us the crown that only He deserves.

Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing. 2 Timothy 4:8

An Amazing Fact: Blaise Pascal (1623–1662) was a French mathematician, physicist, and religious philosopher who wrote a treatise on vibrating bodies at nine years old; his first proof, on a wall with a piece of coal, at 11 years old; and a theorem by 16 years old.

A child prodigy is someone under the age of 18 who masters one or more skills beyond their expected level of maturity. Such giftedness shows levels of a highly skilled adult in an area that is demanding. People debate whether nature (natural giftedness) or nurture (environment) plays a larger role in child prodigies. Stories of different talented children and youth seem to indicate it can be both.

For instance, George Frederic Handel loved music, but his father wanted him to study civil law. In fact, he was strictly forbidden to touch any musical instruments. But Handel found a way to move a small clavichord to the uppermost room in their home and play after everyone else was fast asleep. At an early age he became skilled on the clavichord and organ, and we still listen to his music today!

Can we get a head start in our walk with God, even at a young age? Paul wrote to young Timothy, “But you must continue in the things which you have learned and been assured of, knowing from whom you have learned them, and that from childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus” (2 Timothy 3:14, 15).

The Bible made Timothy wise in the most important field of endeavor we can pursue—the science of salvation. You can be gifted by the Holy Spirit in many different areas but do not neglect the foundation for all the skills you acquire: a thorough knowledge of the Word of God. It is a book worth mastering, even at an early age.

And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart: Deuteronomy 6:6And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. Deuteronomy 6:7

An Amazing Fact: In 1959 a British Petroleum survey crew, while looking for oil in the North African desert of Libya, spotted the wreckage of a B-24 bomber. Upon investigation, it proved to be the remains of the “Lady Be Good,” a WWII bomber that had returned from a mission in Italy but had never reached the airbase. Mysteriously, the plane was empty.

What caused the “Lady Be Good” to miss her base, landing more than 400 miles away in the north Sahara desert, has remained an unsolved mysteries and caused much controversy. Upon the first examination of the plane, Air Force investigators made some startling discoveries. First was the fact that the crew of nine was neither in the plane nor anywhere nearby. Second, the navigator made no log entries after the initial bombing mission was aborted. Third, the navigator’s equipment and charts were stored in their cases. How could the navigator give directions to the pilot with the equipment in storage?

Over a period of several years after the discovery of the plane, the bodies of all but one of the crewmen were discovered in the desert—over 80 miles from the plane. The crew apparently had parachuted from the plane as it ran out of fuel. Though a diary found in the clothes of one of the crewmen told of the harsh desert conditions and of having only a half a canteen of water and no food between them, it gave no clue as to the cause of the accident.

Proverbs 12:15 says, “The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but he who heeds counsel is wise.” After removal from the plane and testing, all the instruments were found to be operational. One of the hypotheses is that, due to a severe tailwind that night, the plane might have passed the base earlier than expected. In this case, the crew would be forced to decide between following the radio beacon or their own calculations as to how long the trip should have taken.

Being right in our own eyes can be fatal, not only physically, but, more important, spiritually. Let us allow the infallible Word of God to be our beacon, whether it always makes sense to us or not.

There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death. Proverbs 14:12


EGW devotional books can be accessed either by clicking on the images or in the link text below.
The devotionals are stored in the Ellen White Writings website & will open on the mobile friendly pages.

To Be Like JesusChrist TriumphantConflict and CourageThe Faith I Live ByFrom the HeartGod's Amazing GraceHomeward BoundIn Heavenly PlacesLift Him UpMaranathaMy Life TodayOur Father CaresOur High CallingReflecting ChristSons and Daughters of GodThat I May Know HimThis Day With GodThe Upward LookYe Shall Receive Power

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“We can have what Enoch had.

We can have Christ as our constant companion.”

The Shepherd knows His sheep. When we stumble, He lifts us up, binds our wounds, and leads us on to victory. By daily surrender to His will we can enjoy sweet communion with God. Our trembling hand in His, we walk side by side through trial and tempest into a future bright with promise.

“E’en though the path I may not see, Yet, Jesus, let me walk with Thee.”

Ellen White knew the Shepherd. She has nourished the Spirit of Millions with her deeply spiritual messages. Empasizing a different theme each month, this fresh compilation from her pen calls us into a deeper fellowship with God and equips us for the journey. Each devotional is a moment with the Master—another step in an ever—sweeter journey with Jesus.

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Daily readings— drawn from letters, manuscripts, and other Ellen White sources— pull together to illustrate the background, purpose, and enormity of the great controversy battle. And, as the title suggests, each reading declares the power of God to overcome in the fierce conflict, despite the foreboding circumstances.

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Prophets and priests, kings and apostles, parade though the inspired pages of this daily devotional. Arranged roughly in chronological order, each reading focuses on some decisive moment in salvation history, and shows how the lessons of the past illuminate our future. In the exploits and failures of saints and sinners we find counsel, comfort and hope for today a passing of the torch so that the same faith that blazed in God’s servants of old might burn anew in us.

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This devotional book is devoted exclusively to the subject of Bible doctrines. Providing both inspiration and information, each month focuses on a different topic. The daily readings are selections from Ellen White’s previously published and unpublished writings that relate to the basic truths of Scripture. The book is extensively indexed with Scripture, topical, and outline indexes.

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Ellen G. White’s regular contact with Seventh-day Adventist church members during much of her ministry was through the articles she wrote for the various church journals. Woven throughout every message was her earnest desire to lead searching hearts and minds to Jesus and to prepare each believer for His soon return. Drawn exclusively from those thousands of articles, her words of enouragement, guidance, and caution will inspire you to an ever closer walk with God.

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“As we make Christ our daily companion we shall feel that the powers of an unseen world are all around us; and by looking unto Jesus we shall become assimilated to His image. By beholding we become changed. The characters is softened, refined, and ennobled . . . The soul that turns to God for its help, its support, its power, by daily, earnest prayer, will have noble aspirations, clear perceptions of truth and duty, lofty purposes of action, and a continual hungering and thirsting after righteousness. By maintaining a connection with God, we shall be enabled to diffuse to others, through our association with them, the light, the peace, the serenity, that rule in our hearts” (p. 290).

May you find the serenity that comes from knowing the One whose Spirit inspired these pages.

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We are homeward bound. A little longer, and the strife will be over. May we who stand in the heat of the conflict, ever keep before us a vision of things unseen—of that time when the world will be bathed in the light of heaven, when the years will move on in gladness, when over the scene the morning stars will sing together and the sons of God will shout for joy, while God and Christ will unite in proclaiming, “There shall be no more sin, neither shall there be any more death.” “Forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before,” let us “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”

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This daily devotional book has been compiled largely from unpublished and out-of-print Spirit of Prophecy materials. Each day’s reading is designed to bring you into a closer connection with our Lord and give you a deeper understanding of His character. Sections include insight on Christ’s condescension for humanity, the work of the angels, how to maintain a wholly-devoted heart, and the special relationship God has with His church on Earth.

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These daily readings each focus on the life and character of the Saviour, Jesus Christ. They lift Him up as our Teacher, Healer, King, and Redeemer. Each devotional entry is designed to bring the reader to a deeper, more complete understanding of and relationship with Him who bore our sins. For we know that “by beholding Jesus we become changed into His likeness.”

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The hearts of God’s people, young and old, throb with intense longing for that day of deliverance so near at hand. With fast fulfilling prophecy confirming their faith in the imminence of our Lord’s return, the White Estate Trustees commissioned this compilation of readings clustering about the general theme of eschatology, with emphasis upon the coming of our Lord.

Key statements from Ellen G. White books, as well from many articles in the journals of the church are included. Numerous statements from unpublished manuscripts enrich the presentation.

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A daily devotional book drawn from Mrs. White’s writings, this volume touches every part of the Christian’s life— from spiritual growth, to lessons drawn from the lives of Bible heroes, to our responsibilities to society. Many of the excerpts were taken from unpublished sources and articles, and though they focus on different points of life, they each give the same message of practical Christianity in daily life.

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The Father’s love for humanity provides an endless theme for contemplation and study. This vital topic unfolds on every page of Our Father Cares. From the great sacrifice of giving His Son, to the calling we have as His children on earth, the study of His love for us personally will encourage and guide us on our upward journey.

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This daily devotional classic is a call to holiness and a primer in the Christian virtues.

What is the relationship between faith and feeling? When does temptation become sin? What is God’s part and what is my part in salvation? How does the Christian relate to wealth, unfair criticism, or pain?

Ellen White warns against the pitfalls of the Christian path, explains how to overcome doubt, guilt, and selfishness, and motivates the reader with a golden chain of encouragement and assurance. Most of the material is taken from the unpublished letters and manuscript of the author. Your life will be changed by this inspired summons to a deeper commitment to Jesus Christ.

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A mirror turned away from the sun cannot reflect its rays. And a human being turned away from God’s Son cannot reflect His love to others.

As Christians, our responsibility is to share with others what God has shown to us. Ellen G. White had much to say about this responsibility—and the transforming effect of beholding Christ. This complete change of heart affects not only the spiritual life but also the physical, mental, and social.

“When you remember that Christ has paid the price of His own blood for your redemption and for the redemption of others, you will be moved to catch the bright rays of His righteousness, that you may shed them upon the pathway of those around you.”

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From the inspired pen of Ellen G. White flowed a steady stream of messages of encouragement, counsel, instruction, and enlightenment. The gems in this collection were gleaned from her books, periodical articles, and unpublished letters and manuscripts.

Each reading holds forth the highest possible standard of spiritual attainment, offering to every son and daughter of God “an outlay of heaven’s treasures, an excellency of power” that will place the redeemed “higher than the angels who had not fallen.”

In every paragraph is heard the Spirit’s call to lift the cross—and ”those who lift the cross will find that . . . the cross lifts them.”

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More than half of the book is drawn from the wealth of inspired material in the articles from her pen that appeared during her long lifetime in such periodicals as the Review and Herald, Youth’s Instructor, and Signs of the Times. About one third is drawn from unpublished manuscripts and letters in the custody of the trustees of the Ellen G. White writings, under whose direction the volume has been prepared.

Many of these unpublished items are from personal heart-to-heart messages sent to individuals–messages that come to us today with the same earnest appeal, the same tender admonition and encouragement, as when they were written. Of special interest are several pages which contain extracts from early morning entries in Ellen White’s diary, and give the reader significant glimpses into her personal prayer life.

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The devotional writings of Ellen G. White are a rich source of inspiration to millions of people throughout the world. This volume is unique in that the readings are not clustered around a central theme, but are arranged according to the day on which they were originally written.

They are drawn largely from unpublished letters and manuscripts, and each reading provides the name and position of the individual to whom the message was originally addressed. This collection includes advice to church administrators, counsel to Ellen White’s newlywed son Edson, cautions for the bold, and hope for the discouraged.

Always the author’s purpose is to encourage the reader to aim for the highest standard of Christian discipleship.

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“Looking unto Jesus, not only as our Example, but as the Author and Finisher of our faith, let us go forward, having confidence that He will supply us with all the strength that is needed for every duty.”

Throughout her life Ellen G. White continually pointed to Jesus as our hope and salvation. Whether she was offering messages of reproof for errant believers or providing instruction for the faithful, her recurring theme was Christ—and Christ alone. In these excerpts from her letters and manuscripts, our thoughts are lifted heavenward as we are encouraged to “follow on step by step, with our eyes fixed upon our Leader.” Truly, we are capable of being genuine Christians only when our attention is focused on Christ.

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The promise of the Holy Spirit has been cherished by all generations of God’s people since the time of the apostles. In this daily devotional, Ellen White expounds on the importance of this “most essential gift,” the effects of His presence in our lives, and what we can do to co-work together with Him.


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