Without a doubt, 2020 was one of those years you look back on and say “hmmm, what happened to this year?” Not only did it fly by, but it was filled with events no one could have imagined or predicted. And I’m not just talking about the Coronavirus shutting the entire world down.
Many other things happened within Devotable that just didn’t come out the way we planned them from schedule changes, book delays, and more.
But God has a way of taking our questions and revealing to use His plan as it unfolds. And I have a feeling next year will be one full of change for the better.
I’m praying each and every day that God gives me wisdom for where this project should go so it can best serve Him. And I think He’s leading me in a direction that is best for Devotable and our audience. It will better serve them and better equip them to be servants of the most High King!
So as we say farewell to 2020, and usher in 2021, let’s look back at 10 of our most popular devotions and podcast episodes. This year was filled with amazing devotions written by some amazing authors and writers. But these 10 devotions gained the most traction on the website and had the most downloads per episode on the podcast.
This will be the last post/email that we do until the new year.
As I take some time to spend with my kids and be with them until they go back to school on the 11th, I just want to say a huge thank you to you all. It is such an amazing honor to interact with you all over the year, read your comments, see your likes and shares.
And to those who support Devotable financially, through Patreon, I’m extremely thankful to you. Thousands of people read, subscribe, and listen to devotions each week and I love being able to produce content that helps people grow in their spiritual walk each week. I pinch myself all the time and wonder why God allows me to do this and keeps me coming back to this project week, as it is such a passion of mine.
So please accept my sincerest gratitude to each of you that read, comment, like, share, and support Devotable.
You’re truly amazing!
I hope you all have a wonderful new year and a blessed 2021.