God Orchestrates History for Our Salvation: Advent and Christmas Devotionals
In the midst of holiday busy-ness, it's easy to lose track of the reason for the season, to forget that Christmas is a holy day, not just a holiday—a holy day to celebrate the birth of the Savior of the World. That's why many Christians observe Advent, a time of penitence and preparation for the coming of Christ. We prepare to celebrate Christmas, the time when our Lord and Savior came to earth as a tiny and helpless baby. We remember the coming of Christ into our own hearts when we accepted Him as our Savior. And we look forward to Christ coming again to earth, this time in power and glory.
God Orchestrates History for Our Salvation includes a daily Scripture, meditation, and prayer for the Advent and Christmas seasons and Epiphany. May you be blessed by these Scriptures, thoughts, and prayers during this holy season.
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The Parables of Jesus
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The Glory of the Lord: Advent and Christmas Devotionals
Time set aside daily for prayer, Scripture reading, and meditating on God's Word will enrich your spiritual life as you prepare for the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and for His coming again in glory. May His blessings abound in your time alone with Him in these devotions for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany.
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The Grace of God: Lenten Devotionals
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