Light breaks through the darkness. The very first spoken words of creation were “Let there be light.” Before the sun, moon, and stars, He created light. Before the waters or the skies or the plants or animals, God made 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.
From the beginning God desired to bring light to the darkness. The night seasons were never forever. And for so many years God was silent, but light suddenly burst forth! Just as the people of God waited for God to rescue them, over and over again, we find ourselves waiting.
Let’s read through passages focusing on the Light of God and His promise of a Savior. I’m ready to see the light in the middle of my darkness. Are you?
“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!
During the Christmas Season, do you find yourself surrounded by darkness?
Maybe it is full of fear, anxiety, or depression. Maybe family relationships are strained, so the holidays are only filled with bitterness and strife. Darkness seems to permeate our world. Wintertime is harsh with cold and snow. Even in the sunshine, the air is bitter. 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.
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
You will also get:
- Discussion questions for your child
- 5 coloring sheets for your child
- 4 coloring sheets for you
- 5 scripture posters
- Memory verse cards
- 3 pages of printable gift tags
- 4 different printable Christmas cards
During the busy advent season, stay still.
Remain quiet and reflect on the Glory of Christ.
The Redeeming Lamb and Son of Righteousness.
The King of Glory has come.