Thursday, November 29, 2018

December Scripture Writing Plan: The Birth of Christ

Happy almost December sweet friends!

The scripture writing plan this month is over a topic perfect for this time of year: 
The Birth of Christ.

I adore this time of year - the decorations, the excitement, the trees, 
the colder weather, the lights, the fun, the parties, the joy-
I love every single bit of it. 
It truly is the most wonderful time of year!

However, as much as I love it, I find that it is so easy for me to get caught up in 
the crazy hustle and bustle of it all- the shopping, the planning, the decorating 
that comes along with this wonderful Christmas season. 

Unfortunately, in this super busy time of year, 
spending time with God and in His word is often neglected. 
(I know I am often totally guilty of this!)
When all of our focus is on decorating our houses, 
finding & trimming the perfect Christmas tree, making sweet treats to give away, 
preparing & mailing Christmas cards and shopping for and wrapping the perfect gifts-
 it is so easy to lose sight of what Christmas is truly all about. 

It’s only when our eyes are fixed on God and we spend time in His Word ,
when we read, meditate on, and truly treasure the story of the birth of Christ
 that we can celebrate the TRUE reason for the season. 
Jesus.

My prayer is that we would spend this month digging into His word
to learn more about the birth of our precious Savior and keep our hearts 
and minds focused on the joy that is found ONLY in Christ!


FYI: I made the plan 31 days and plan to do that with
all topical plans in the future so that they can be done any month-
not just the month I write them for.

TO PRINT: You can find a copy of the plan in English and Spanish in the folder HERE.
{Just a reminder, don't try to print the images below or they will be blurry. Be sure to click the link to download a PDF copy!}

4 comments :

  1. Thank you! My Mom and I plan to write these out. It is a fun way to be connected although miles apart.

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  2. Thank you so much. My husband of 43 years passed away in July, and although I know that he is enjoying all the sweet blessings of Heaven, these scriptures will be an encouragement in my heart during this season.

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  3. Merry Christmas! Thank you for sharing you gift with us all year. Peace.

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  4. Thank you for sharing this idea! Happy Christmas!

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