Jun 5

SLL – Week 9, Day 3

You’ve Got Mail. Whether we care to admit it or not, checking email either through our computer or smart phone, is one of the things most of us do at the start of our day. I know that after my first cup of coffee and quiet time, I sit down to see what emails need my attention. If you are like me there are several you have to wade through – store sale promotions, travel discounts, messages from friends and family, ministry and writing obligations, just to name a few. However, there is always one that I gravitate to first – the Proverbs 31 Daily Devotion.

These devotions are such a wonderful way to begin my day. They provide the fuel I need. I have found on more than one occasion that the devotion, which arrives in my email, is exactly what I needed for the day. Don’t you just love how God works? God knows what tools, help and encouragement we each need for the day and thanks to the Proverbs 31 Ministries Daily Devotions, it is delivered right to my inbox.

Take a moment and read Melissa Taylor’s devotion from last Friday, God, Are You Enough? This is a prime example of a devotion speaking right to my heart. It came to me right when my family was struggling through some difficult circumstances. What a wonderful reminder that our God is more than enough.

Okay, so are you now ready to sign up? Simply click here and you will be taken to the Proverbs 31 Ministry website. From there, you just click on devotions and then scroll down until you see “Get Our Daily Devotion via Email.” Fill out the requested information and you will be greeted with these fabulous devotions in your inbox every morning. The Proverbs 31 Daily Devotions provide Strength for today and fresh hope for tomorrow.


Your Turn (share in the comment section):

  • If you signed up to receive the Daily Devotions, we would love to know
  • If you have already been receiving the Daily Devotions, please share how it has blessed you


  1. I have been getting the Proverbs 31 devotionals for a while. They always seem to touch on something I am currently going thru.

  2. Crystal says:

    The daily devotions are always such an encouragement to me. Sometimes I get behind on reading them because I want to be able to savor them. But when I catch up to that one from a few days ago or last week or month (cringe), they are always the word I need for that day.

  3. uncteal says:

    I Have Been Receiving The Devotions For Awhile Now And It’s Nice To Have It As A Source Of Encouragement, A Tool For Learning And A Weapon Against The Devil!!

  4. Mona Nash says:

    I signed up for P31 devotions. The “anthill” devotions had me smiling. How many times do I say “Yes” to things esp at church? Why do I do this? This devotional really got me to think I don’t have to just “because I can do it”. I can volunteer IF I want to not because I SHOULD. Wow what a free feeling! Thanks for this devotion. Mona

  5. Thank you for letting us know about this! I need this devotional right now!

  6. Oh I have signed up since last year. I must say those devotion really helped me so much. I was going through so much June 2011. I was moving, had a new baby on the way, new marriage etc. it was so overwhelming. But I remember going to work everyday reading the devotions which inspired and uplifted me.

  7. Jamy, I have been receiving the Proverbs31 Daily Devotions via email since early December 2012. I had just experienced the passing and loss of my second student this school year. Jesus called Jayla home on the 3rd day of school and Eddie left us to join them on Thanksgiving day…even in faith, my heart was heavy with grief! Within a week, my grandson, Andrew, after losing his 2 classmates became very ill. (You actually emailed me personally with your prayers for him at the beginning of this OBS) I was overwhelmed by the thought Jesus might be calling him home as well…my prayers were fervent and filled with both sadness and praise. It was then, after listening to the radio devotion on KLOVE, that I went to the Proverbs31 website and signed on not only for the devotions but read every blog and went to every women’s site and signed up as well. Each day of Andrew’s illness, in and out of the hospital for the next 4 months, I relied on my emails to touch me with God’s Word, his promises and in addition to my already set routine of reading my old A J Russell devotional “God Calling”, my Bible, attending Mass and sitting with my Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration, my relationship with God strengthened me and my resolve that Andrew would be well, God’s will allowing. Andrew did gradually recover and he returned to school in April stronger and healthier than ever! Praise God! Proverbs31 Ministries was and is a source of comfort and inspiration to me…thank you all for sharing His Word and message with all of us!