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Welcome! If you're looking for more than a daily snippet of Scripture and an inspirational thought, then this is the devotional website for you.
We want to encourage and enable you to dig deeper into God's Word on your own. Each devotion on our website takes an insightful look at a Scripture passage and provides a practical application. Then we suggest a few ways you can dig deeper into a word, a person, or a topic so that you can develop the Bible study skills you need to grow as a Christian.
We know your lives are as busy as ours, and we want you to have the time to explore a devotional theme in depth. Therefore, we do not post a new devotion each day; we post a featured devotion each week, on Thursday or Friday. We encourage you to read the passages suggested in the Dig Deeper section and to use the study helps in your Bible to explore other Scriptures, too.
Meditating on the same topic or passage for a few days will help you remember the truths God is teaching you. Let the Word of God marinate in your soul and savor its richness.
Currently, we offer seven kinds of devotions:
the prophecies, words, songs, and people connected to the Lenten Season: Dig into Easter
a chapter-by-chapter study of a book: Dig into a Book of the Bible
spiritual perspectives on historical, cultural, and ethnic celebrations: Dig into Holidays
biographical insight into the people of the Bible: Dig into People
practical ways to improve our prayer lives by using biblical models: Dig into Prayers
connections between songs/hymns found in a hymnal and the Bible: Dig into Songs
insight into English, Hebrew and Greek words: Dig into Words
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- If you're just beginning to study the Bible, Dig into Resources will help you gather the tools you need for effective Bible study.
- If you'd like to Denise to speak to your congregation, small group, or organization about improving your Bible study skills, about the value of hymns in worship, or about any of the topics covered in one of our devotions, please email her at info@digdeeperdevotions or click here
will be speaking at Montgomery Evangelical Free Church, in Belle Mead,
NJ, on Friday night, April 17, and Saturday, April 18. The weekend's
topic is "Raphah. Be Still. Selah. Pause and Shift." In
four sessions, we'll examine how we can apply the Psalm 46:10 principle
of stillness before God to our daily lives. Individual sessions will
focus on confidence, commitment, certainty, and contentment. For more
details, contact the church at 908.874.4634. To register for the event: http://www.mefc.org/ministries/womens-ministries/upcoming-events.aspx
Our mission is to enable people to dig into God's Word on their own so that they can deepen their personal relationship with God, improve their understanding of how He interacts with His children, and strengthen their resolve to wholly trust Him no matter what life slings at them.
Store up my commands within you, turning your ear to wisdom
and applying your heart to understanding . . .
look for it as for silver and search for it as hidden treasure,
then you will understand the fear of the LORD
and find the knowledge of God.
Proverbs 2:1-2, 5*
But when he, the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all truth.
Denise Loock Nancy J. Baker
Founder and Writer Editor and Writer
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All Hebrew and Greek transliterations and their definitions are taken from the lexicons provided by www.blueletterbible.org.
*All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version® NIV® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved. Note: If a verse from the 2011 edition of the NIV is quoted, it will be marked "NIV2011."
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Scripture quotations marked "NKJV" are taken from the New King James Version. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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