Devotionals

Advertisement

I’m not a big fan of devotionals even though I’ve read all of Oswald Chambers–the first one 2-3 times–and benefited from them a lot. They’re usually too short, and most of the Christian devotionals out there are pretty fluffy. I’ve you like them, or want to give one to someone as a gift, I’ve compiled some devotionals by Reformed writers that are endorsed by people I trust and are highly rated. Most are also attractive, leather bound or leather-like books. If someone would like one as a gift, give them a good one.

Devotionals With Substance from Amazon.com
Quality devotionals with meaty content compiled from Reformed and Puritan preachers and authors. Prices subject to change.
 
George Whitefield Daily Readings (Daily Readings (Christian Heritage)) Matthew Henry Daily Readings: Edited by Randall J. Pederson Loveliness of Christ
George Whitefield Daily Readings (Daily Rea…

by George Whitefield

$15.59
Matthew Henry Daily Readings: Edited by Ran…

by Matthew Henry

$14.99
Loveliness of Christ

by Samuel Rutherford

$11.90
Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions Truth For All Time - Gift Edition A Guide to Christian Living (Special Gift Edition)
Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan P…

by Arthur G. Bennett

$17.16
Truth For All Time – Gift Edition

by John Calvin

$12.60
A Guide to Christian Living (Special Gift E…

by John Calvin

$12.00
Voices From The Past - Puritan Devotional Readings Morning and Evening Gloss Black (Daily Readings S.) Morning and Evening - Matt Tan/Blue
Voices From The Past – Puritan Devotional R…

by Richard Rushing

$18.48
Morning and Evening Gloss Black (Daily Read…

by C. H. Spurgeon

$16.49
Morning and Evening – Matt Tan/Blue

by C. H. Spurgeon

$15.63

Same as the black one – also comes in matte black

2 Responses to “Devotionals”


  1. 1 Eric

    Those look good. I just recently got “Jesus Calling” by Sarah Young as a gift. Have you heard anything about it? I’m a little leery of it because it’s the author’s impressions of things Jesus has said to her, written down. Of course, what I’ve read so far is only positive & encouraging…but wouldn’t He occasionally want to reprove? In any case, it’s on my shelf currently. Right now I’m reading Joni Eareckson Tada’s “Diamonds in the Dust” & C.S. Lewis’ “The Business of Heaven.” I’ve read Chambers too, for years. Hey, Joni’s reformed – do I get any points for that, Jeff? (insert smiley here) Eric

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    I’ve seen that devotional by Young from a Facebook friend and I agree with most of the 1 star reviews on Amazon I’m afraid. It’s wrong on so many levels, especially for someone like me who believes in Sola Scriptura and doesn’t like the happy feel good devotions either.

    Yes, you definitely get points for that. Although it shouldn’t matter, but for me it does. She doesn’t ‘seem’ Reformed, for whatever reason, does she? I was surprised to find she is, but it was before I read her books, other than her life story, which may have been in a book. I can’t remember. I didn’t know she wrote a devotional. I’ve never heard of the C.S. Lewis book either. I really like Screwtape Letters. Not a devotional though obviously.

    Thanks for commenting,
    Jeff

Comments are currently closed.



%d bloggers like this: