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As a mother of young women, I know how important it is that they develop a life of faith and a walk with God. There are so many things out there vying for their attention and affections and I want them to be firmly rooted in the word. I find that having devotionals for young women these days is more vital than ever! We live in a scary world right now and they need to be rooted in the Word.
So I am going to share some of the best devotionals for young women for 2021 and beyond!
I find devotionals for teen girls particularly helpful because sometimes the idea of sitting down and reading the Wordcan seem daunting for a young girl. Starting off with a devotional in the morning as an aid in reading the Word (not a replacement for it) can help them to see that God did not intend for His Word to be difficult to understand. Sometimes they just need that time to reflect on that “nugget” and learn from lessons others have drawn from Scripture.
Devotions for young women can help them further understand areas of the Word and help them connect with it. If a devotion goes over fear, for instance, it can help young women find those verses that speak to that and they can dig deeper.
Again, while they should never be a replacement for reading and studying the Word, it can act as a guide to point them to the Scriptures that speak to the things that weigh on their hearts. It should accompany a study of Scripture, not be in place of it.
What more encouraging way to gain perspective than by talking to someone who has been there, especially when that someone is one of your peers.Written expressly for teens by teens, this unique 365 day devotional is filled with personal experiences that are relatable and heart-felt.In addition to learning teen to teen how to deal with difficult issues and maneuver the often trying path to adulthood, each devotion leads teens to move into a deeper relationship with Christ as they recognize that He is the answer to life's problems and strife.
Through the stories of others, teens see how God works in our lives when we open ourselves to Him.The devotion includes hundreds of teen authors and teens love reading what their peers have written.
This devotional creates a safe, social atmosphere for teens to learn that they are not alone and that God is at work in their lives. Teens learn from other's failures and triumphs how to make the right choices. The impetus for this devotional is to help teens understand how God can and does work in their lives.
From bullying and social media to friendships and dating, Adored: 365 Devotions for Young Women tackles the toughest topics girls ages 13 and up face, giving you the truth and guidance you need to face each day with confidence and grace. (Amazon.com)
God is bigger than your current story. Bigger than fear or shame or that voice in your head that whispers that you are not enough, too broken, or too flawed. Join Him in a closer relationship--one rooted in truth and Unshakeable. In this daily devotional Christine Caine encourages you to find confidence to live as the person God created you to be. (Amazon.com)
In Go Bravely, Wilson Hussem offers readers warm and friendly encouragement as she shares her experiences with other young women as their youth minister as well as her own struggles with insecurity, relationships, loving and forgiving herself, and living her faith. You’ll feel right at home as she challenges you to be a light in the world while simultaneously offering you easy-to-digest advice on your most pressing questions. (Amazon.com)
Morning by Morning has long been a favorite devotional because of the simple yet profound, practical and deeply spiritual insights from the "Prince of Preachers", Charles Haddon Spurgeon. The 366 succinct devotions will inspire and enrich today's busy readers in a wonderful way. (Amazon.com)
A great devotional from my friend and fellow blogger, Melanie Redd.
Live In Light is every girl’s guide to tackling their teenage years with the wisdom and comfort of the Bible. From navigating the pressure to be “perfect” on social media to dating and dealing with frenemies, these 5-minute devotionals help you to become the woman that both you and God want you to be. (Amazon.com)
This delightful devotional, created just for teen girls like you, is a beautiful reminder of your purpose. . .your worth. . .your place in the world. 180 encouraging readings and inspiring prayers, rooted in biblical truth, will reassure your doubting heart. (Amazon.com)
This practical devotional packs a powerful dose of inspiration into 3 short minutes.Minute 1: scripture to meditate onMinute 2: a just-right-sized-for-you devotional readingMinute 3: a prayer to help you jump-start a conversation with God (Amazon.com)
Presented from a distinctly Messianic Jewish perspective, the Messianic Daily Devotional is a collection of devotional writings unlike any you have ever read before. With selections ranging from gentle encouragement to inspiring exhortation, this unique and uplifting volume is an excellent tool for personal growth and discipleship in the Messiah Yeshua. (Amazon.com)
Devotionals for Young Women – Drawing Near to God
Using daily devotionals for young women helps them see that, in all things, God is in control.
Life is so full of uncertainties, especially right now, and devotions can help a young woman lean into God’s promises and feel that reassurance in the Word through these short lessons.
Devotions are also a wonderful way for young women to hide His Word in their hearts. Having God’s Word hidden in their hearts helps them to recall it easily when they need it most.
Since they focus on particular verses, it helps to entice them to remember what those verses conveyed and to read further into it, since many devotionals encourage them to do just that; read further!
Devotions can help them to recall that verse or verses because they have developed a personal connection to it.