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Deeper Than a Devotional

***New daily devotion that digs deep***

In a society where we as Believers tend to use scriptures to comfort us, scriptures were never meant to comfort us in our sin. These devotions will uplift, encourage as well as hold you accountable. God's scriptures were meant to show you, YOU. 

 Tiffany N. Smith - Just a girl who loves God.
Tiffany N. Smith

Tiffany N. Smith is a new author with her first published book titled, Second Wind: Spiritual Respiration: I Can Breathe Again, a non-fiction book that highlights God’s faithfulness throughout her life, particularly during a period of experiencing two strokes and how God used the recovery process to show her His love, His sovereignty, and His faithfulness. It is written with a memoir-type vibe.


Tiffany just published her second book, Deeper Than A Devotional, a Bible devotional, that causes the Believer to dig deep. Though the Bible is to be used to comfort the Believer, Tiffany reminds the reader that God never intended for His people to use His word to be comforted in their sin. These devotionals are to uplift, inspire, and encourage, but also to remind the Believer to remain in a state of accountability.


Tiffany currently resides in Dover, Delaware where she is a passionate educator for Central Middle School. She is currently working on her doctorate in Educational Leadership. Tiffany believes her position as an educator is an assignment from God.


Tiffany is known for her outspoken demeanor, genuine heart, and bold spirit in Christ. She spends most of her free time sharing ice cream with her husband, watching her daughter’s field hockey and lacrosse games, and supporting her students off the clock.

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At times we need to be reminded that God keeps His promises. God will always provide a way out of darkness and despair. God is the source of light and hope. Ultimately, a reminder that God is faithful.


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