Free download for Deborah Johnson’s Christmas Devotional for the month of December with one short devotional for each of the 31 days of December. Each day includes life principles and scriptural focus for the holidays. It’s a great way to start each day, focusing on fruits of the Spirit, favorite carols and goals for the new year. Days 1-17 of the Christmas Devotional include subjects as: Peace that Supports vs. Pressure that Crushes; Creating Memories vs. Collecting Stuff; Enjoying Order vs. Enduring Clutter; Practicing Simplicity vs. Creating Chaos; Positive Acceptance vs. Shameful Perfection; Attitude of Thankfulness vs. Destructive Greediness and many more.

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Days 18-25 of the Christmas Devotional include favorite carols as What Child is This? (Greensleeves); Silent Night; The First Noel; Angels we Have Heard on High; Joy to the World; O Holy Night; and Deborah’s bonus Belgian Waffle Recipe for December 25, which is her family tradition for Christmas Morning. Of course, the additional strawberries and fresh whipped cream make it a special treat!

Days 26-31 of the Christmas Devotional include thoughts for refocusing with goals for the New Year. Subjects include: recovery and refreshment; resetting; reflecting; celebrating memories; goal setting and goal planning. The Christmas Devotional is an absolutely free download that will help you manage not only the stress of a busy season, but help you focus on what’s really important for your life and for the new year. If you are interested in other wonderful devotional products, check out My Father’s Favorite Hymns, with CD, devotional and music book.
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