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It’s Sunday but no church for me today. I’m hacking, coughing, and just plain not feeling great! I’ll be popping in my iPod earphones to listen to Pastor Joe teach on the Book of Daniel and that will be my Sunday church supplement.
If you are home today, also, either because you are ill or because you are caring for someone else, you may not have an iPod but there are still lots of good options for you to get some extra teaching. If you want to hear the teaching, you can check your TV or the sites listed in my post at Bible Verses Encouragement . If you prefer reading, here are a few new sites I have discovered.
Crosswalk has a whole page of devotional authors. Just click on one and be whisked away to read a devotional written by such writers as Charles Swendoll, Greg Laurie, Ann Spangler, and more. If you prefer the classics, you’ll find Charles Spurgeon, Mrs. Charles Cowman, F.B. Meyer and others. There are devotionals specific to seniors, to families, to parents (and grandparents), and even dieters. It’s an excellent resource for a stay-at-home Sunday or to use as an encouragement for an elderly parent who is homebound.
If you love Our Daily Bread but don’t have the newest one handy, you can CLICK HERE to go to their website and read it there. Upper Room also publishes several devotionals for all ages.
The Christian and Missionary Alliance offers devotionals written by A.W. Tozer.
Many, if not all, of these devotionals are available to you through an email subscription. You can sign up, and they will arrive regularly in your inbox. Read them as they arrive, or save them up for the next Sunday you are unable to make it to church. And with that, I’m off to learning more about Daniel. I pray that you have a blessed Sunday and a healthy week!