What should a devotion include?
When you write a devotional, focus on one short passage—often, just one verse. Then, engage the reader by connecting that verse to an anecdote or a personal interpretation of that verse, and finish with a call to action.
How do you make a good devotion?
The best devotionals focus on a single point. Use 100-200 words to illustrate the point: a personal story, an anecdote, a conversation, a statistic, an object lesson, an interesting fact, a pithy quote, a question, or other engaging means. (More on different kinds of illustrations.)
How long should a devotion be?
Most devotions range from 100 to 700 words in length, with the average being around 250 words. There are certain conventions you should be aware of when you pen a devotion, but few hard and fast rules.
How do you lead a short devotional?
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How do you lead a devotional study?
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What is devotional time?
A devotion is a quiet time that you spend praying, reading Gods word, and reflecting on your relationship with Him. You might also choose to sing hymns, meditate, or write in a journal during your devotion time.