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6 Devotionals for This Advent Season

Here are 6 Advent devotionals that can be found on the Bible App.


Mary’s Treasure In this 25 day devotional written from the perspective of Jesus’s mother, Mary vulnerably and honestly details the intimate moments of her experience as a mom. In each compelling scene, May treasures a small token to remember it by. Little does she know the divine significance each item will play in the ultimate purpose of her son’s role on earth.


Emmanuel: God With Us More than a name, Emmanuel is a declaration of heaven meeting Earth: God with us in despair, struggle, and brokenness. At Christmas, God came to redeem people in need of a Savior and light the darkness with His love. As we remember and celebrate His coming, HOPE International— a global nonprofit accelerating the end of poverty— explore how Jesus’ followers can bring His holy, healing presence into a broken world. 25 day devotion.


Repeat the Sounding Joy In this 6 day Advent journey though Luke 1-2, Christopher Ash brings these familiar passages to life with fresh insight, color and depth. As you soak up the Scriptures, you’ll experience the joy of Christmas through themes of those who witnessed it first-hand. This bible reading plan contains the first three entries in Christopher Ash’s Advent devotional Repeat The Sounding Joy.


Peace on Earth For some, Christmas time can be full of grief, tragedy, hurt, and division. Yet Christmas celebrates that God b came a human and stepped right into the middle of our hurting, angry, chaotic world to bring us peace—peace among people and, even more importantly, peace with God. 5 day devotion.


Wonders of His Love Music is powerful and can stir emotions deep within us. This Advent season, take a closer look at your favorite Christmas carols as you prepare your heart for the birth of Jesus. Take a few moments each day, for 4 days, to slow down and allow His love to wash over you.


Advent We invite you to join us in preparing room in our hearts for Christ. It’s the cry of our hearts to which God responds with His Son, “Emmanuel” - God with us. Giving time and attention to the coming Light of the world can spark at tiny hope, ignite a thrill of joy and give us a glimpse of love in a time that other wise may be exhausting, overwhelming and stressful.

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