Christmas Reading Plan

Posted by Dave Clayton on

For those of you that need a little help to stay focused on the things that matter most during this Christmas season, I'd encourage you to take a few minutes each morning to focus your heart and mind on Jesus. Although, we know Jesus was not born on December 25th, there is something really nice about pushing pause on all the chaos, all the shopping, all the things that cause us stress to reflect on one of the greatest moments in human history -- God entering the world on our level, through the birth of Jesus.

If you need some help getting started, here are some great readings for the next 25 Days of December.

Christmas Reading Plan*
Dec 1: Luke 2:21-40

Dec 2: Matthew 1

Dec 3: Luke 2:1-20

Dec 4: Mark 9:33-37

Dec 5: Matthew 4:12-17,  Isaiah 9:1-3, Matt 5:14-16

Dec 6: Acts 20:35, 1 John 4:10

Dec 7: Exodus 25

Dec 8: Matthew 25:31-46

Dec 9: Isaiah 9:6-7, Revelation 19:1-16, 1 Timothy 6:11-16

Dec 10: Matthew 1:22-23, Isaiah 7:10-15, John 1:14

Dec 11: Genesis 1, Isaiah 1:18, Psalm 51:1-10

Dec 12: Revelation 2:1-5, 1 John 3:1-3

Dec 13: Psalm 150

Dec 14: Acts 15:22-31

Dec 15: Luke 1, Jeremiah 32:17

Dec 16: Matthew 2:1-12

Dec 17: Galatians 4:1-7

Dec 18:Isaiah 58, Matthew 6:16-18

Dec 19: Luke 11:1-13

Dec 20: John 1

Dec 21: John 21:25

Dec 22: Psalm 100

Dec 23: Matthew 25

Dec 24: John 3:16

Dec 25: Luke 1:26-56, Matthew 1:18-25, Luke 2:1-40

* This Christmas Reading Plan is courtesy of YouVersion.
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