A New Devotional From Tyndale

Over the course of my life I have used countless devotionals along with my Bible reading every morning. I have read from Dietrich Bonhoffer’s writing, Streams in The Desert, and the Book of Common Prayer. I have even read from the Jesus Calling book (which I find awfully presumptive for speaking with Christ’s voice).

But, since the 365 Pocket Morning Prayers arrived for review from Tyndale, my husband and I have been reading one each morning. We are finding it the perfect way to start our day, as each page contains a brief, but meaningful, prayer followed by an applicable Bible verse. One need read only a page, and yet there is enough spiritual sustenance for the entire day.

The cover is a lovely, light blue, leather-like texture; the size is small enough to slip into a purse or a backpack. Yet the font is easily read, and I like how the accompanying scripture verse is in italics at the bottom of each prayer.

This would be a wonderful addition to your devotional time, or if you don’t carry out such a practice, this would be a good place to start. After reading each page, I find myself sustained and encouraged to begin the new day, a blessing I would hope for you, too.

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5 comments

  1. Love this post and daily devotionals. They are the best and always manage to put me in a great mood in the morning, especially as they always seem to touch on a subject that seems to hit the spot with my frame of mind. The Tynedale one you are talking about sounds great, too. Glad you and your husband are enjoying it 🙂

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    1. Isn’t it uncanny how often a daily reading can apply perfectly to the day at hand? That always amazes me. This one is applicable in that way, and brief enough to be manageable in the mornings before the mad dash off to work.

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