Light is Coming
My children love to play hide and seek in the dark. We buy a few glow sticks from the dollar store, wait until the sun sets, and then turn off all of the lights. They run around giggling and hiding in the dark while someone counts. Their laughter echoes through the house and I can’t help but wonder who will stub their toe first. As much as they beg and beg to play hide and seek in the dark, it’s inevitable someone will hurt themselves by running into something.
As an adult hide and seek isn’t as fun. We don’t want to be hidden, we want to be found. How do we keep the light shining in our lives?
So I created a reading plan for us. A plan to reveal how our Light, Jesus, has come. He had been foretold in the Old Testament. God talks a lot about Jesus but God also talks a lot about light as well. As we move through December I invite you to join me for this reading plan. You can get the entire reading plan and so much more here.
Night is never meant to last forever, though. Jesus, who came to earth to show us the Father, is the Light of the World. Let’s speak truth to our hearts each day leading up to Christmas.
Light breaks through the darkness. The very first spoken words of creation In Genesis were “Let there be light.” Before the sun, moon, and stars, before the waters or the skies or the plants or animals, God created light.
Without light we find darkness. And darkness continues to permeate our world. It is darkness we sometimes feel most strongly during the season of Christmas. Wintertime brings less sunshine, and a coldness we often associate with darkness.
“Light Breaks Through” is an advent reading plan designed to be read from December 1st – December 25th. This devotional takes you through the entire Bible focusing on the Light of the World!
In the Advent Reading Plan you will receive the advent book, which includes:
- A 25-day reading plan
- 25 advent devotionals
- 5 prayers for advent
- 4 memory verses
- 25 days of rest suggestions
- An advent hymn
Right now it is on sale so get it here.