December Reading Plan

Names of Jesus Family Christmas Study

December 1: Alpha & Omega – Revelation 22:13
December 2: Wonderful Counselor – Isaiah 9:6
December 3: The Mighty God – Isaiah 9:6
December 4: The Everlasting Father – Isaiah 9:6
December 5: The Prince of Peace – Isaiah 9:6
December 6: The Firstborn of Every Creature – Colossians 1:15
December 7: Unspeakable Gift – 2 Corinthians 9:15
December 8: Lamb of God – John 1:29
December 9: Good Shepherd – John 10:11
December 10: Bright and Morning Star – Revelation 22:16
December 11: Messiah – Mark 8:29
December 12: Immanuel – Matthew 1:23, Isaiah 7:14
December 13: Holy One – Mark 1:24
December 14: Light of the World – John 8:12
December 15: Dayspring – Luke 1:78
December 16: The Word – Revelation 19:13, John 1:1
December 17: Servant – Matthew 12:18
December 18: King – Zechariah 9:9
December 19: Rose of Sharon – Song of Solomon 2:1
December 20: Lily of the Valley – Song of Solomon 2:1
December 21: Friend – Matthew 11:19
December 22: Savior – John 4:42
December 23: Shiloh – Genesis 49:10
December 24: Ancient of Days – Daniel 7:9
December 25: God With Us – Luke 2:1-20

* This study is adapted from Karen Caroe’s study on the Names of Jesus and also has a fun paper chain to make with your family (Click HERE). Click Names of Jesus Christmas Reading Plan for a printable plan.

Journal it!

Scripture – Open your Bible to the reading found under today’s date. Take time reading and allow God to speak to you, don’t rush. Look for ONE verse that particularly stands out. Write it in your journal.

Observation – What do you think God is saying to you in this Scripture? In your own words record the context of the passage.

Application – Personalize it by asking yourself how this applies to your life right now. Write how God is showing you this Scripture can apply to you today. How will you be different today because of what you have just read?

Prayer – Don’t be worried about getting the words right, just get your heart right! Be sure to listen to what God has to say! Now, write it out.

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