Good News of Great Joy

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Advent begins the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve: which means, Advent ranges from twenty-two to twenty-nine days.

Over the centuries, Christians have developed many good ways of extending the celebration of Jesus’s coming beyond merely the short twenty-four hours of December 25. Some light candles. Some sing songs. Some eat candies. Some give gifts. Some hang wreaths. Some of us do all of the above. The incarnation of the Son of God, “for us and for our salvation,” as the old creed says, is too significant to appreciate in just one day. Indeed, because it is something that we will celebrate for all eternity.

Our prayer for this little devotional book, is that it might help you keep Jesus as the center and greatest treasure during this Advent season. The candles and candies have their place, but we want to make sure that in all the December rush and busyness, we adore Jesus above all.

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Advent begins the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve: which means, Advent ranges from twenty-two to twenty-nine days.

Over the centuries, Christians have developed many good ways of extending the celebration of Jesus’s coming beyond merely the short twenty-four hours of December 25. Some light candles. Some sing songs. Some eat candies. Some give gifts. Some hang wreaths. Some of us do all of the above. The incarnation of the Son of God, “for us and for our salvation,” as the old creed says, is too significant to appreciate in just one day. Indeed, because it is something that we will celebrate for all eternity.

Our prayer for this little devotional book, is that it might help you keep Jesus as the center and greatest treasure during this Advent season. The candles and candies have their place, but we want to make sure that in all the December rush and busyness, we adore Jesus above all.