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All our devotionals are contributed by our readers on a voluntary basis. Pray about contributing a devotional – we are a community of Bible-believing, Christ-centred, Spirit-filled Christians. Read the Guidelines for Contributing Devotionals.

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The Devotionals are Published in Five Ways:
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Today's Devotional is on the main page. Right under it, there is a link so you can click back to yesterday's devotional.

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The PresbyCan Daily Devotional is sent out free every day to thousands of subscribers by e-mail. You can enter your own subscription or you can send gift subscriptions! You can also forward devotionals to your friends from a link at the bottom of any of the archived devotional pages.

Search the PresbyCan Daily Devotional Archives
There are 10035 previous devotionals stored in our Devotional Archives. In the calendar in the left column, click on the individual dates to display the devotional for that day. Enter a key word in the search box in the left column to search all previous devotionals. To find devotionals by a specific author, use the Author Search. To find devotionals with specific Bible verses, use the Scripture Index feature. To find devotionals appropriate for specific times of the year, such as Lent and Easter, or Advent and Christmas devotionals all through December, use the Monthly Archives feature.

Scripture Index to the Devotionals
The devotionals published on the PresbyCan Daily Devotional page are searchable according to the Scripture passages they refer to. This index is handy for finding illustrations on a given text.

Our Readers Respond
The PresbyCan Daily Devotional is an interactive page. You are encouraged to e-mail your comments, questions or appreciation directly to the devotional author by clicking on their address. Comments left on the website are subject to moderation before being posted. Anonymous selections from feedback received by the writers, by the PresbyCan Daily Devotional office, and from the website are posted at the end of every day in the "Comments" section of the appropriate devotional page by the Subscriptions and Feedback Editor, Jane Anne Waller <daily@presbycan.ca>.

Send your suggestions or comments about this website to the Administrative Editor, Robin Ross <rross@telus.net>.

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Read a devotional at random from the 10035 devotionals in the PresbyCan Daily Devotional Archives — a different devotional each time.

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  • MD says:

    Reading and reflecting on these well-written daily devotionals have helped me greatly to find peace and comfort.I truly feel that God speaks through all the gifted writers. God bless the Presbycan team, authors and community of readers.I am also so grateful for the PrayerLine. May God continue to bless this beautiful place!

  • J. Campbell says:

    Thanks for the morning devotionals. They are the first thing I read each day. I appreciate the thoughts and Scriptures that are shared. I am so thankful for all of you.

  • Darl Reeves says:

    Well done and many, many thanks to the team! A great way to start the day, immersed in God’s Word, setting the stage to live His Word throughout the day!

  • Jack Vallance says:

    The devotionals (thank God for all who contribute) are enhanced by PrayerLine and are a very fitting start to each day.

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