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Internet Devotional


Internet Devotional Resources

At Saint Peter Lutheran Church, one of the "Habits of Discipleship" we promote is daily time in prayer and devotion. To that end, the following resources are recommended as helpful sources for building a daily prayer and devotion habit.

meantime.png the Meantime

Occasional (mostly weekly) posts from David Lose. David writes: "A lot of life is about waiting. Waiting until you’re old enough to drive, or go off to college, or marry the love of your life, or…. You get the picture. The life of faith is something like that, too. Theologians are fond of saying we live in the “in-between” time of Christ’s first coming and Christ’s return. Much, we pray, will be made right when Christ comes again. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have anything to do “in the meantime.” Whatever end awaits us, in the meantime we can care for those around us, have courage, share hope, love each other, strive for what is best, and a whole host of other things."


Daily Bible Readings

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America publishes a daily Bible reading each morning. Those readings are posted at DailyBible

Click the button below to receive the daily Bible reading from the ELCA as an email message each day.


God Pause from Luther Seminary

God Pause

God Pause devotions are short, meaningful reflections on the following Sunday's lessons and gospel. By Sunday, you'll be ready for an extra meaningful worship experience.

God Pause daily devotion is brought to you by the alumni of Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. Click the button below to view today's Scripture. This page also features a link allowing you to add your address to their mailing list.