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Some good devotions to remember for meetings include: "A Bit of Clay" and "A Taste of Life," both available at LCMS.org. Other popular devotions to use for meetings are "Move Closer to the Light" and "Pray and Keep on Praying."

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The Indiana District of the Lutheran Church has prepared devotions on its website, and users select the topic most appropriate for their meetings, including "A Taste of Life" during times of trouble or "Move Closer to the Light" for the new school year. "Benediction" is...

www.reference.com/article/short-bible-devotions-28e12a61465287ba

A couple of short Bible devotions based on Christmas are "The Grinch" and "An Unhurried Holiday." There are Bible devotionals for every season and special occasion or festival in the year.

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An example of a short Christian devotion to inspire others is "He who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honors Me," from Psalms 50:23. Another is, "A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger," found in Proverbs 15:1.

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Some devotions about being thankful are "Cultivating a Spirit of Thankfulness" by Dianne Neal Matthews and "The School of Thankfulness" by James MacDonald. Another devotion that talks about the power of gratitude is "Thankfulness Changes Lives" by Karen Ehman.

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There are many women's devotional books available, such as "Praying God's Word Day by Day," by Beth Moore, and "The Resolution for Women Day by Day," by Priscilla Shirer, as well as Bibles with devotional writings included in them, such as the ESV Women's Devotional Bib...

www.reference.com/article/morning-devotions-ec370aa410a30647

A morning to devotion is personal prayer or scripture reading time. Some people also use special devotional books to conduct daily devotions. The point is to allocate a few minutes or more in the morning to spend in solitude with God.