#Blogtober | Top 10 Countries Following My Blog

One of the cool things about blogging is the sense of community that can be created, especially if you are willing to actively engage with others. This is also true in our adult life spent adulting.

“A Host of Nations”
The Devotional Guy™

We need each other. That’s really life’s BIG SECRET Our need for one another is evident in the ancient biblical text of Genesis.

Then the Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper who is just right for him.”

Genesis 2:18 (New Living Translation)
Me and Beautiful T

It’s not good for us to be alone. As an adult adulting not a day goes by that I don’t see the difference COMMUNITY makes in people’s lives. #community #people

Most, if not all, people you see living on the street are there because of an absence of community. They remain there because of an absent community.

I believe that’s why we witness so many unsheltered street people gathering together in tent cities. They’re building their own community.

One of the major negative impacts of the pandemic was the robbing people of their communities.

Image courtesy of Pexels

As I mentioned earlier, community is a big part of what makes blogging fun. It’s exciting to see how many people from all over the world read my blog. I believe at last count at least one person in 130 countries had stopped by The Devotional Guy™ to read or view one of my posts.

The top 10 countries with the most views of my blogposts so far in 2022 are:

United States


United Kingdom


South Africa






What countries around the globe are your most frequent visitors?

I pray you have a blessed time adulting today. It’s hard work, but somebody’s got to do it. Like the old proverb says: “No work, no eat.”

Please feel free to share your thoughts and experiences below in the COMMENTS section!

May the Lord, our God, shine His light on you and may God continue to bless the United States of America.

Happy #Blogtober!

The Devotional Guy™

#bgbg2#BibleGateway #Blogtober

Zach Williams – Heaven Help Me


  1. interesting question – i actually wouldn’t know where to look to see where people are viewing from…

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  2. Olivia says:

    I am so glad to have found your blog. I always read them and feel so uplifted and ready for my day. Thank you for being so consistent in your encouragement to us!

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  3. On your stats page, under the tabs for day/week/month/year, you should see a header that says “Countries.” It shows you who (not specifically) viewed from where (generally). Great question!


  4. Thank you for your kind, encouraging words. This makes me happy. I’m honored whenever I can speak something positive into another person’s life.

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  5. Cool. Who knew!?!

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  6. Glad I could help.

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  7. my list would look like this (and I can’t believe how many nations are represented)


    Andy B

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  8. My top five (this year) are United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and India.

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  9. That’s awesome Andy. I’m so glad you found it.


  10. Cool 😎 ! Thanks for sharing, David.

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  11. It’s great to have a look at these stats. I’m always thrilled when I have a reader from somewhere like Russia or China read my blog and I wonder who they are and what they make of it. God is good.

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  12. We were created for community. Anything less falls short of God’s desire for His people.

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  13. you&meinc says:

    Awesome job congratulations

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