Jesus Calling Devotional 4+

by Sarah Young

HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc.

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    • Offers In-App Purchases



Jesus Calling is your yearlong guide to living a more peaceful life. The Jesus Calling App is the mobile version of the time-tested classic packed with digital and audio features that make this daily devotional more accessible than ever.

Experience a deeper relationship with Jesus as you savor the presence of the One who understands you perfectly and loves you forever. With Scripture and personal reflections, New York Times bestselling author Sarah Young brings Jesus' message of peace—for today and every day.

By spending time in the presence of the Savior with the much-loved devotions from Sarah Young, you will:

• Feel comforted by a daily word of hope and encouragement
• Be reassured of Jesus' unending blessings and love for you
• Receive gentle guidance based on daily Scripture readings
• Connect with Jesus further with reflection and meditation based on God’s Word

Written as if Jesus Himself is speaking directly to you, Jesus Calling invites you to experience peace in the presence of the Savior who is always with you.

These writings are personal reflections based on Jesus’ own words of hope, guidance, and peace within Scripture—penned by one who loved Him and revered His Word. The Bible is the only infallible, inerrant Word of God, and author Sarah Young kept her writings consistent with that unchanging standard during her lifetime. She wrote from the perspective of Jesus speaking, to help readers feel more personally connected with Him. So, the first person singular (“I,” “Me,” “My,” “Mine”) always refers to Christ; “you” refers to you, the reader.

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What’s New

Version 8.0.6

This release fixes an audio issue in rare cases.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
43.8K Ratings

43.8K Ratings

Mi Bee ,


I am so grateful that God has blessed those who can share devotion with his word that God gives us freely. I paid for this app when it first came out and now I can’t enjoy it because now I have to sign up to pay a monthly fee even the Bible project and you version is free, and they take one offerings of donations. Even the daughters of the king is free, and here you have a woman who I watched and listen to her reasoning for writing this book, her purpose, but I didn’t know God had put it in her to revamp it to make more money a different kind of way off his word that God ABBA Father gives freely. I am so disappointed. I wasted 10 bucks on this when it first came out and now I got to pay a fee, if you are a person who believes in God and you know, God will supply all your needs and you don’t have to make money off of what God gives to us freely. I’m disappointed in the creators of Jesus Calling for doing this. I don’t see where Jesus and God is in this I see that is the hand of man very disappointing. I truly enjoyed having this devotion and now, when I go to download it back on my other devices, I’m seeing I have to pay a fee for something I paid for already. This is sad. This is not of God. This is a man.

Developer Response ,

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DRH Oregon ,

Long time reader

This devotional is not consistently available to Legacy users. We have appreciated Jesus Calling digital devotional for years. Sold as a once in a lifetime purchase we have enjoyed and purchased it as a gift for many others. Now we can’t use it. I am baffled that Harper Collins is unable to treat the Legacy users consistently. The app will work as promised for short periods of time at the end of which the demand for additional subscription is made to continue use. Then miraculously the app will work again for a while. This sequence recently repeated, working well for the last half of the month of April 2024 until May 1, now their is a demand for subscription to continue. If it is Harper Collins intention to squeeze all legacy users to abandon their app purchase and get on board with the new subscription model I wish they would state that. This inconsistent treatment makes them look incompetent and leaves us legacy folks frustrated.
I have attempted to get resolution from Harper Collins both by email and phone calls. If I receive a response the promise of help or callbacks drifts down a black hole somewhere, follow through is not an attribute of their customer service teams.
I gave a rating of 3 stars as an average of my experience, 5 stars for the content of the product and 1 star for the effectiveness of communication and follow through of Harper Collins.
My wife and I are in our 70’s and desire to use the Jesus Calling app we purchased so long ago.

Bodey14 ,

God talking

My wife and I read Jesus Calling together almost every evening before we retire. We love the way the thoughts are directed as from Jesus himself. We have faced many difficulties in the last six months. It is usually before bed that we discuss our conundrums, trying to make sense of them and find some hope.
I cannot tell you how many times after we discuss these problems and finding no solution, the old frustration races it’s ugly head and steals our peace. It is then that I usually open up Jesus Calling and read it out loud. God often directly answers or addresses our conversation, foolish doubt, and unbelief. He speaks straight to our dilemma as and tells us what we need to hear. The scriptures included with the devotion, almost without fail, confirm what God has said to us through the devotion. We were particularly seeking God’s peace at the start of this new year. So many times God addressed that topic in incredibly relevant ways, confirming what he had been teaching us.
Almost every evening we can’t wait to open it up again and see how the Lord speaks to us that day.
I can’t recommend it enough.
Craig Bodenschatz

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for writing in. We are so thankful the devotion ministers to you.

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