d365 daily devotionals

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About this app

d365 Daily Devotionals is the free mobile version of the online daily devotional experience read by millions of people. Since 2001, d365.org has provided relevant reflections for students on themes that impact their faith journey. With this app you can: Read daily devotionals, Listen to original d365 music, Set an alarm to remind you of your devotional each day, and Read past devotionals in the archive. The d365 daily devotional site is produced by Passport, Inc. d365 is made possible through individual gifts and the support of three denominational sponsors: Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Presbyterian Church (USA), and the Episcopal Church. If you have found this app useful in your spiritual walk, please consider a gift so that this ministry may continue growing to reach others in the name of Jesus.
Updated on
Nov 21, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

124 reviews
Holly Wilt
March 9, 2022
I still love the app, but recently you have started using old hymns that I don't resonate with at all. I preferred it the way it was before. Original review: This devotional app is different because it takes you through stages, like thinking, praying, then going on with your day. It doesn't take too long but it makes you pause
21 people found this review helpful
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Kerri Smith
September 14, 2022
Few issues: 1. The font is much too small and there isn't an option to adjust it. As a matter of fact there are no settings for this app! 2. Because the app does not adapt to dark mode then words aren't visible 3. Luke 16v1-8 the parable has nothing to do with forgiveness instead using our heavenly Father's resources to advance His Kingdom rather than for our advantage. This scripture was misinterpreted
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A Google user
April 19, 2020
I love this devotional app. It has a timely word for what is going on in our world at that very moment. The steps help you focus and really go deep, even for just a few moments. The music is also very soothing and peaceful. Whomever is putting this devotional together is taking time in prayer. Thank you
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What's new

Added analytics and functionality