Using a format to comment on a sentence from Scripture, Poveda classifies such writings as "Considerations." This is part of a set celled "Jesus, Teacher of prayer."
Written in the format of an open letter, this initiates a set of basic writings that are appropriate to know the spirituality of Poveda. These were published under the title Jesus Teacher of Prayer in Córdoba on February 10, 1922.
First published in the periodical "El Pueblo Católico" (Catholic People) in Jaén on April 1, 1915. In this text on the contemplation of the Crucifix, Poveda begins to develop an aspect of his spirituality that was gradually strengthened in later documents.
Personal letter to a young teacher, Julia Ochoa, who took responsibility for the University Residence of Madrid in 1931. Dated in Madrid in September of that year.
Letter to the young students of the Academy of Málaga, dated May 1936.
April 9, 1915; first published in October 1916. Personal letter to one of his first collaborators. Belonging to God was inspired by an article by the Augustinian priest Restituto del Valle: "Apuntes acerca del caracter de Santa Teresa" (Notes concerning the character of Saint Teresa), published to mark the centenary of the beatification of St Teresa. From this time onwards, Poveda proposed to his collaborators the option of a life fully given to God, a life also fully human and perfected by the divine.