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Happy Holidays: Our Christmas Devotionals Are Here!

Christmas is right around the corner, and that means that it’s time to unwrap our popular Advent and Christmas devotionals!

Running a special series of Christmas-themed email devotionals during Advent has become one of our favorite holiday traditions here at Bible Gateway, so we’re pleased to make them available again this year. If you’re looking for encouragement and spiritual insight to keep you from floundering under all the holiday stress, we invite you to sign up for one or more of our Christmas devotionals. Here’s what we have for you this year:

  • Advent Devotions: Our popular Advent devotional returns, with daily Christmas readings from a variety of inspirational sources.
  • Christmas Joy: Find the true meaning of Christmas with this weekly message of encouragement and inspiration from pastor and author Mel Lawrenz, author of the Everything New devotional.
  • Classic Christmas Hymns: The Christmas season features some of the most beautiful music ever written—discover the stories behind your favorite Christmas songs and hymns.
  • The Christmas Story: Do you know the Biblical story of Christmas? Whether you’ve read it a hundred times or have never experienced it, this devotional will introduce you to the miraculous story of the Savior’s birth.

You can sign up for any or all of these devotionals at our newsletter sign-up page. The first one, Advent Devotions, starts about a week after Thanksgiving on December 2, so don’t delay! The others also begin in early December. All run through the entire Christmas season, wrapping up at the end of the year.

Please note: if you’ve previously subscribed to one or more of our Christmas devotionals, you won’t receive them again unless you re-subscribe. So if you enjoyed one of these devotionals last year, you’ll need to sign up again—and while you’re at it, perhaps try out one that’s new to you.

We hope you enjoy these holiday devotional treats! We’ll be talking in more detail about these devotionals in the days to come. In the meantime—we wish you a reflective and peaceful Christmas season, and we hope these devotionals help make that a reality for you.

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