Devotional Archives - Page 2 of 4 - Seedbed

1.  Lord, grant me a spirit of repentance before You. “Create in my a clean heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me”...

Feeding empty with fullness Indulgence aside Tasting weakness Shattering pride Spiritual gasping Ironic self care Inhaling mercy Exhaling prayer Hunger for knowing Beyond taste’s delight Divine craving Soul’s appetite Love’s yoke of longing Dross churning within Fiery crucible...

I have posted watchmen on your walls, Jerusalem; they will never be silent day or night.  You who call on the Lord, give yourselves no rest, and give...

John Fletcher | This week's "Second Breakfasts" are taken from the collection of powerful excerpts framing the influences, life and ministry of John Wesley. The messages here are richly transformative and serve as the foundation for Seedbed's distinctive spiritual-theological heritage.

Thomas a Kempis | This week's "Second Breakfasts" are taken from the collection of powerful excerpts framing the influences, life and ministry of John Wesley. The messages here are richly transformative and serve as the foundation for Seedbed's distinctive spiritual-theological heritage.

Jeremy Taylor | This week's "Second Breakfasts" are taken from the collection of powerful excerpts framing the influences, life and ministry of John Wesley. The messages here are richly transformative and serve as the foundation for Seedbed's distinctive spiritual-theological heritage.

Charles Wesley | Second Breakfast is Seedbed’s early morning devotional series. It’s a glimpse of first light, a companion to your first cup of coffee, something to dwell on as you begin the day.

Second Breakfast is Seedbed’s early morning devotional series. It’s a glimpse of first light, a companion to your first cup of coffee, something to dwell on as you begin the day.

Enjoy the rich insight provided by people who so care for our souls that they challenge our defected versions of spirituality. Today, read an excerpt from our beloved John Wesley's sermon "The Circumcision of the Heart."

Anonymous Hymn | We continue this week with words from the early church. Tradition was a rich source for John Wesley's theological reflection, and it can serve as a rich encouragement for our personal devotion as well. Today, read an anonymous but beautiful hymn from the early church translated from the Greek.