The Last Devotion
Congratulations to those who read through the New Testament in 2014 & also those who read through my devotions written on each chapter of the New Testament! It has been a blessing! I hope you have been encouraged in your walk with Christ!
I have decided that for now I will not publish daily devotions for 2015. I hope you will continue to read through your Bible daily and have a daily quiet time with the Lord. There are many quality devotions available to you through email subscription or Internet. I recommend Adrian Rogers, James Merritt, Billy Graham, or David Jeremiah. There are many more, in fact an abundance of great devotions are available. Love Worth Finding Ministries provides a very helpful booklet written by Adrian Rogers on how to have a quiet time that I highly recommend. Your local Christian bookstore will also have a vast amount of devotion books. Two classic devotions that greatly encouraged me are “Streams in the Desert” and “My Utmost for His Highest”
My motive in writing daily devotions through the New Testament is to encourage Christians to develop a habit of daily meeting with God in prayer & meditation upon Scripture. I am convinced that after salvation the most important thing in a person’s life is daily alone time with God. The most important part of any person is that part which is unseen, or maybe seen only by God. Vance Havner said it this way, “What you are in prayer is what you are and nothing more.”
May you continue to seek the Lord and call upon Him. May you continue to bless His name because He is worthy of your praise. May you grow in the grace and knowledge of The Lord Jesus Christ, and may you be richly blessed!
Yours In Christ,
Randy J. McPheron