4 Devotional/Commentaries by David Servant
As a home-schooling family, we've enjoyed many daily devotions with our children. But as we surveyed Christian resources that were available for family devotions, it seems that most focused solely on teaching ethics or life lessons, whereas we wanted to teach our kids about Jesus and Scripture (which certainly includes a lot of ethics and life lessons, but also a whole lot more). So I set myself to the task of writing a daily devotional for families that centered on the life of Christ, touching most everything written about Him in the four Gospels. It ended up being a 147-day devotional, which your family can now use each day as well. Each day there is an application and questions to provoke discussion with children. I recommend that parents read my family devotion introduction first, which contains some practical ideas on how to hold daily family devotions.
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HeavenWord Daily Devotional
Did you know that a person with an average reading speed (230 words per minute) can read through the entire New Testament in one year, reading an average of three minutes a day, five days a week? It's true! I hope you will join me in reading through the New Testament over the next twelve months.
I've put together a special reading plan to make your daily three-minute reading even more worthwhile. With this unique reading plan, one of the four Gospels is read each quarter, while the epistles and book of Acts are read chronologically. That is, as you read through the book of Acts, you'll read each epistle at the time it was written in relationship to the book of Acts. This will help you to understand the historical context of each epistle. (You probably know that the order of the epistles in our Bibles follows Martin Luther's arrangement, from the longest epistle to the shortest. It was the epistles of James and Galatians, however, that were written first, not Romans! So those are the epistles that we'll be reading first.)
If you can spare just three more minutes each day to read no more than 700 additional words, I've written a corresponding daily commentary, HeavenWord Daily. These are not "fluff devotionals." Rather, they are truth-filled "motivationals," written for true disciples of Jesus.
OK, get ready for a great daily spiritual boost and twelve months of spiritual growth!
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