Rediscover the Christmas Season…with YouVersion

It can be hard not to get swept up in all the chaos of the Christmas season: Parties, travel, food, guests coming into town, and of course, shopping, shopping, shopping! For many of us, even if we take a moment to really think about what Christmas truly means to us, we might express it as “having your loved ones close,” or “family traditions,” or “peace, love, and joy.”

While certainly there’s nothing wrong with enjoying the people that we love, Christmas is about so much more than emotion, sentimentality, and giving and receiving gifts. First and foremost, it’s about Jesus. It’s about the greatest gift that mankind ever received, when the One Creator of the universe sent His only Son, knowing that that baby would one day grow into the man who would sacrifice Himself to redeem our lives.

What’s most important to us at YouVersion is helping people engage with the Bible. To give you opportunities to interact with God’s Word in fresh ways, we offer several different reading plans, which are great tools to help you read through the whole Bible, or just portions of it. We recently added a special Christmas Reading Plan: “Rediscovering the Christmas Season.” If you start this plan on December 1, you can experience the true Christmas story—direct from the source, along with supporting material to help you understand its significance—just in time for Christmas Day. (But don’t wait…You can get started right now!)

Decide to dedicate just a few minutes each day for the coming month to remember what Christmas is truly about.

6 Replies to “Rediscover the Christmas Season…with YouVersion”

  1. Hello, can you Reset my Password…I found your last reset email in my Spam the other day but it’s not active now.

    Thank you
    Kelly Reed

  2. First off….thank you for doing a Christmas reading plan with a devotional! Brilliant! I love all that you guys do!

    Is it just me though, or are day 5 and 6 the same? I tried it in a couple of different browsers to see if it was a glitch but got the same results in both.

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