Have you ever wanted a FREE printable Bible Devotion worksheet that you could print out and use as many times as you’d like, instead of purchasing those expensive Bible Devotion books or booklets?
Well, you’ve come to the right place!
But before I dive in and show you what’s included in my FREE Bible daily devotion pack, let’s dig a bit deeper into ALL THINGS DEVOTIONS.
First off… what is a Daily Devotion?
Daily devotions are a time you set aside each day to learn more about God and spend time with Him. It usually consists of reading your Bible, studying your Bible, and praying.
Some people like to use Daily Devotional books and worksheets, as a guide to lead them through their Bible for the day, and even give them inspiration on what to read and learn about in the Bible.
Here are some Bible Devotionals examples:
Lysa Terkeurst: “Embraced – 100 Devotions to Know God is Holding You Close”
Why should I do a Daily Devotion?
The more you read your Bible, the more you’ll learn about God and His amazing love. By reading His word, you draw closer to Him and grow deeper in your faith.
Let’s put it this way…
For those of you married folks, how many of you would say that you got to truly know your spouse by talking to them just once in a while?
Or how about, when you felt like it?
If you did that, it would take you many, many years to get to know your spouse and you probably wouldn’t have the best relationship.
I tell my kids this…
“How would you feel if I told you I loved you, but yet, only said a few words to you ONCE a day, IF AT ALL, and then didn’t spend any other time with you throughout the day?”.
When you love someone, (and we are supposed to love Jesus with our whole heart), we should want to get to know Him more and draw closer to Him every day.
We wouldn’t appreciate a spouse, or even a best friend who only spent time or talked to us once a week, or 5 minutes one day and then not again for a few days.
That’s not a personal relationship, let alone, any real relationship at all.
That’s an acquaintance.
But thank the Lord for His awesome grace and forgiveness when we aren’t as consistent with our personal daily devotions as we should be!
The Bible says, we are supposed to love God more than anyone else and well, the only way to truly do that is by having an actual relationship with Him.
This comes by prayer and reading your Bible, aka, your daily devotions!
You knew that was coming, right?
If you want to learn more about God and have a better relationship with Him, you’ll need to work on your relationship with Him through your very own personal daily devotions.
download the devotions below!
When you want to get to know someone, you usually get to know them better on a one-to-one basis.
Your daily devotions help build that personal relationship with God that we all need!
So today, I’m going to give you some FREE daily devotional printables that you can personally use when you do your own Bible devotions.
How to Start Personal Daily Bible Devotions
1. Grab a super cute 3-ring binder to hold your Bible Devotionals, Bible Notes and any other important Bible related papers.
I would suggest starting a Devotions Binder (just grab a three-ring binder), or some sort of folder that you can turn into your Bible Devotion’s binder or folder.
After you print out the Bible Devotion Worksheets, you can place them in your 3-ring binder.
This will keep all your Bible devotion worksheets tidy and in one place to go back and reflect on as needed.
I love to go back over time and read notes I’ve taken during a Bible study at church or whenever and just seeing how the specific message or scriptures spoke to me at that time.
2. Print out my FREE Bible Devotional Worksheets
3. Use the Bible Devotional Worksheets!
After you download my FREE Bible Devotion worksheets, start using them!
Save the worksheets in your Bible devotion’s binder or folder, and dig deep into God’s Word!
4. Mark up your Bible!
Using these amazing Bible “highlighters”, you can mark up your Bible without ruining the pages, plus, you can use the Bible Color Coding Chart worksheet in my FULL 60+ Page devotional printable pack, to help you stay organized. You can find my entire Bible Devotion’s Binder HERE.
What comes in the FREE Personal Bible Devotions pack?
1. “Spiritual” Week at a Glance
This week at a glance worksheet is a you can use to plan your week ahead.
2. Prayer List
Keeping a prayer list is a great way to help guide you during your persona prayer time.
Prayer list printables are wonderful in helping you remember all those special things you need to pray for.
3. Verse Application
The Bible verse application worksheet helps you dig a bit deeper into the Scripture.
4. S.O.A.P Bible Study Printable
Have you ever used a SOAP Bible Study printable or used this method before?
S.O.A.P is an acronym for:
- S= Scripture (You physically write out the Scripture)
- O= Observation (What do you see in the verses that you’re reading? Who is the audience? Is there a repetition of words? What words stand out to you in the Bible passage? Use this part to really OBSERVE the Scripture.)
- A= Application (Getting personal. What is God saying to you? How can you apply what you just read in the Bible verse, to your own personal life?)
- P= Prayer (If He has revealed something to you through this Bible Scripture, pray about it! Confess it, change it, work on it! Has this Scripture sparked inspiration in you to pray for a certain person, situation, etc.?)
Try out the SOAP Bible worksheet printable and see how you like it!
5. Scripture Study printable worksheet
This Bible Study Notes printable worksheet was created for you to really study the Scripture.
Who was it written to? What’s the main theme? Where did it take place? And more..
6. Bible Study Notes Printable
You can use this Bible study printable worksheet during an actual Bible study to take notes, or you can use this during your own personal studying of the Bible.
FREE Bible Devotional Printables
These daily devotion worksheets are all printable PDF’s so you can print as many as you’d like, use the sheets over and over for all of your Bible reading needs.
I hope you enjoy these Free Printable devotion worksheets.
Don’t forget to download the Bible Devotions Worksheets HERE!
What about you, what’s one fun way you do your personal or family devotions? Let me know!