As we move into the holiday season, the days are shorter, and so much busier. It’s easy for us to forget the true meaning of Christmas. Joy to the World ~ A 30-Day Christmas Devotional Celebrating Jesus will put your focus back on Jesus this Christmas season.
This Christmas, you are invited to celebrate the miracle of the birth of Jesus in Joy to the World ~ A 30-Day Christmas Devotional Celebrating Jesus.
With these Christmas devotions and Christmas journal, you will:
- Read your favorite scripture passages on the birth of Jesus
- Reflect on what these Bible verses mean to you
- Write a selected Bible verse each day and share your feelings about what the passage means to you
- You are encouraged to write daily prayer requests and daily praises in your Joy to the World Christmas Devotions and Journal
- Perfect for family Christmas devotions to read and share together.
In our busy lives and overscheduled holiday season, it’s easy to forget the reason we celebrate Christmas is Jesus and the joy and peace He brings our lives.
Let’s keep Christ in Christmas this year with these short daily readings and reflection times that will bring back the joy of Christmas and remind you that Christmas is more than decorations, lights, parties, and gifts. It’s about celebrating Jesus and the transformation He brings our lives.
In the daily Christmas hustle, we are busy with shopping, going to parties, church activities and family. It’s easy to feel like we are doing Christmas every day but not actually celebrating the true meaning of Christmas.
It’s time to pause, take a breath. For just a few minutes each day, focus on Jesus and the true meaning of Christmas. In these few minutes daily, you will rediscover the joy and peace of Christmas in your home and life this season.
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