Then the Lord said to Moses, “I will rain down bread from heaven for you. The people are to go out each day and gather enough for that day. In this way I will test them and see whether they will follow my instructions.”

We are linking arms with the Assemblies of God National Office to provide links to you that offer these devotions. Day 1 will be tomorrow, March 30th,, and we’ll journey through the book of John together. Devotional links are provided for adults, teens and children.

Come on a journey with us as we draw closer to God through devotions. Please select a devotion you would like to do.

Personal Growth – 5 Day Devotional

Resting in His Power – 3 Day Devotional

Seeking Godly Wisdom Amidst the Unknown – 7 Day Devotional

Let’s Read the Bible Together (July) – 31 Day Devotional

What Now? Life After High School – 7 Day Devotional

Holding onto Hope – 4 Day Devotional 

Break Free From Insecurity – 12 Day Devotional

Great Adventurers: Week 3 – 7 Day Devotional

Great Adventurers: Week 4 – 7 Day Devotional

How to use S.O.A.P.
Our goal as Christ followers is to be closer to God. Fasting, Praying, and Reading God’s Word is a great opportunity for us to do that. We have provided a tool to do just that. We call it SOAP! We need to allow the Word of God to wash us clean from the inside out. We hope you take advantage of this tool  in your every day life.

S – Scripture
O – Observation
A – Application
P – Prayer

Step 1
Find scriptures for today in the Bible reading plan.

Step 2
Read the passages. Read with an open heart and the Holy Spirit will give you words of encouragement, direction, and correction.

(2 Timothy 3:16)

Step 3
Turn to a fresh page in your daily pages to record what God has just shown you.

Write in the date.
Give your lesson a title.
Write the main scripture (Scripture).
Write what God is speaking to you in the scripture (Observation).
Write how you will be different today because of what you have read (Application).
Write out your prayer (Prayer).

This Life Journal is designed to serve you in your growth with Christ. You can be flexible in how you use it, but be sure to develop a healthy habit of spending time Daily with the Lord.

Some have asked, “When is the best time for my devotions? In the morning or in the evening?”

My answer to that is, “The best time is when you are at your best!” If you are a morning person, do your devotions in the morning. If you are in evening person, do your devotions at night. But the bottom line is: Jesus deserves your best, so give Him the best part of your day!

View our SOAP Book here.

View our SOAP Bible Reading Plan Here.