Daily Devotional For Married Couples

Top 10 Best Marriage Devotional for married couples

Using a marriage devotional can often be a good way for a couple to work on improving their relationship together. This often entails studying the Bible together, daily as a couple. It is a lovely way to strengthen your bond and grow as together.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the marriage devotionals available out there. These are in no particular order, but they are considered to be the best devotionals to use for married couples.

  • The Meaning of Marriage by Timothy Keller

“Incredibly rich with wisdom and insight that will leave the reader, whether single or married, feeling uplifted.” —The Washington Times

This book has over a thousand 5-star reviews with people stating that it shows all people what a marriage should be, according to the Bible. What is particularly interesting about this book is that the author’s wife, Kathy Keller, offers insights on what she believes a marriage should be.

It has been said that this is a great book for couples who want to incorporate God into their marriage and love more deeply.

  • The Love Dare: Day by Day by Stephen Kendrick and Alex Kendrick

This devotional was written by the Number 1 New York Times best-selling authors of The Love Dare. With 365 devotionals the authors claim that the book can make you delve deeper into scriptural principles and enrich your relationship with each other, and with God.

In addition to the daily devotional readings, there are 52 dares to help you express your love for one another. It even gives you some prayers that work as a couple for you to try out.


  • The One Year Love Language Minute Devotional by Gary Chapman

If you are looking for quick daily devotionals, then this is the book for you. Each devotional is only one minute long but aims to help you and your partner speak the same ‘love language’. 

Alongside fantastic, meaningful Bible verses you will find thought provoking questions to help you and your partner communicate more effectively.


  • #Staymarried: A Couples Devotional: 30- Minute Weekly Devotions to Grow in Faith and Joy by Michelle Peterson 

This one is a little different, it is perfect for the modern Christian couples out there. It has tonnes of thought-provoking scripture and questions. Added bonus… It only takes thirty minutes per week!

Peterson includes lots of advice which is particularly relevant in the modern age. It has inclusive and open-minded guidance, if that is something you’re after.


  • Marriage God’s Way: A Biblical Recipe for Healthy, Joyful Christ-Centred Relationships by Scott LaPierre

“The reader who works his way through this volume will be richly rewarded!”

Tedd Tripp: Best-selling author of Shepherding a Child’s Heart

If you and your partner are looking for a workbook style approach to devotionals, then look no further. This book is easy to work through and is chock full of scripture to help you and your spouse welcome God into your relationship.

Focusing on having a Christ-Centred relationship can really help Christian couples to grow and develop their marriage. 


  • Love is Patient, Love is Kind: A Christian Marriage Devotional: Rebuild, Reconnect and Grow in Christ by April Jacob and Aaron Jacob

Published in April 2019, this is the newest devotional on the top 10 list. Written by a husband and wife team, this book contains 52 weekly devotions – with scripture, guided discussions and weekly exercises.

In addition to this, the authors tackle modern problems in the context of a Christian marriage. This will be particularly useful for younger married couples. 


  • Sacred Marriage: What If God Designed Marriage to Make Us Holy More Than to Make Us Happy? By Gary L. Thomas

This popular, best-selling book discussed how marriage can help you to become closer to God and each other. It takes a pretty unique approach to devotionals stating that, ‘Happy is good. But holy is better’. 

It contains practical tools and techniques to help you invite God into your marriage, therefore allowing you to become holier husbands and wives. 


  • Married for a Purpose: New Habits of Thinking for a Higher Way of Living: 52 Weekly Devotions for Couples by Greg Gorman and Julie Gorman  

This book of weekly devotions allows you and your partner to find your purpose in life. God’s purpose in life. It sets you and your spouse on the path of God’s purpose together, creating a positive approach to working on your marriage.

The authors have include 52 weekly devotions, prayers, scripture and actions to help you live a purpose focused life, not a problem focused one. 


  • Night Light: A Devotional for Couples by James C. Dobson and Shirley Dobson

James and Shirley Dobson created this book to allow couples to have regular quiet moments together – to renew love and intimacy, both with each other and with the Lord. 

Night Light includes daily devotionals, personal, practical and biblical insights and has been recommended by couples and families all around the world.


  • Together With Christ: A Dating Couples Devotional: 52 Devotions and Bible Studies to Nurture Your Relationship by Chelsea Damon 

This last one is a little bit different. It is aimed at dating couples, rather than married ones. This is a fantastic way to start your relationship off the right way, laying the foundations for a Christ-centred relationship.

Hopefully, these 52 devotions, scriptures and date ideas will enable your relationship to be strong and stable from the very beginning. 

In Summary…

There are lots of different options out there for couples looking to develop their marriage and their relationship with Christ. Devotionals are a lovely way for couples to work together to lead to a more fulfilling life. 


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Marriage Problems?

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Conversely if you are a Christian, and would rather attend a Christ centered couples retreat, consider attending a christian marriage retreats, while non religious couples should look into non religious marriage retreats.

While traditional counseling can take up to 6 months to deal with deep-rooted issues, a couples therapy weekend retreat accomplish this and much more in 3 to 4 days.

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