Advent Devotionals


Advent devotionals are started in the first week of December to prepare for the Christmas Day and many people do these devotions in remembrance of Jesus Christ whom many believe to be their savior. Four Sundays prior Christmas are intended to be devotional days and first there is the need to prepare the celebrations of the birth of Christ and then there is a reminder that Jesus may come back in glory and thus many devotees await the coming in earnest. The term advent is an origin of the Latin term advenio which is translated as coming to and during the advent season the devotees focus on Christ and in history, many Christians have been observing the season faithfully since more than 400 prophecies and scriptures in the old Testament tells of the return, resurrection, death, life and the death of Jesus and God has plans to redeem those whom He loves.

God has plans to fulfill his word as he told his prophet’s long ago that they should prepare the way for the Lord. As the advent devotionals gets ready for Christmas the Christians must be ready for Jesus who is the light of the world and who lets his people to see the hope of having a better future. This is a time when Christians devote themselves to read the bible and also be watchful and ready for there is some assurance that Jesus as the light of the world will surely come again and learning more about Christ makes people to comprehend the significance and possibility of the changing events in the world of Christianity. The initial Sunday deals in the Bibles prophesies and the advents teach the ways that can encourage the Christians to be prepared for the coming of Christ, gives warnings and teaches about the importance of knowing God and His plans as well as His ways. The week is 2,700 years gone by and Christ reveals His plans to the people and then fulfilled His plans by getting His son Jesus to come to the world to save them from imminent sins and there is some anticipation that other God’s plans will be fulfilled this time when Christmas is celebrated when Jesus comes back through his birth. Most of the most vital issues about the Advent Devotions regard the prophecies and they appear in many verses of the bible. For the Advent Devotionals, this Christmas time is a season to see the fulfillment of prophecies which God made to His prophets thousands of years ago.

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