Use our Christian daily devotional books and Bible study resources to learn greater devotion to God

Is devotion to God your primary passion in life? Our daily devotionals and Bible studies are designed to help you pursue this important spiritual goal. More than mere fluff, our books are "devotional books with a difference." If you're ready to grow, we're here to support you.

The WordPoints Daybook Series provides daily devotional meditations, while our growing collection of Bible study tools will give you guidance in exploring the Scriptures. The WordPoints blog and podcast will challenge your thinking on a variety of religious topics.

I sincerely hope you'll join me on this journey! As you use the WordPoints website, feel free to share your insights or questions with me. I'd love to help you in your Christian daily devotion. -- Gary Henry ([email protected])

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Ordeals Make Some Things Obvious (June 22)

When we face difficulty, we find out what we are really made of. In times of ease, we think we know ourselves and we say what we believe in words that sound right to our own ears, but "only after an ordeal of painful self-probing are we likely to discover what we actually believe about God."

Finding Our Joy in That Which Is Right (June 22)

In every situation, we must ask what is the best thing that can be done, and having done what we knew was best, we must learn to be gratified by the knowledge that we've done the honorable thing. Integrity should be a source of joy to us.

Integration (June 22)

If there is no unity between our conscience and our conduct, or if our "preaching" and our "practice" are not in agreement, then this lack of integrity is a serious problem. So we need to get busy integrating our personal characteristics. If life is to be good, the parts have to harmonize.

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The Christ of the Cross

We do not think about the death of Christ as much as we should -- or emphasize it adequately in our preaching. But truly, the cross is the heart of the gospel. The gospel of Christ is nothing less than the "word of the cross" (1 Cor. 1:17,18).

I Always Sit at the Bar

In a restaurant today, I believe Jesus would not sit in a booth surrounded by His pious peers. Knowing that He could talk to His friends later, He would sit at the bar by Himself and meet some strangers. Outside the bubble of His family and religious friends, He would have some significant conversations.

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