This free, printable Christmas Advent Calendar with Bible Verses can be framed and used year after year while your family learns about Jesus from Scripture!
When I was a kid, I honestly thought Advent was another word for those little cardboard 3D calendars with the chocolates in them. It wasn’t that I didn’t know that Christmas was about the birth of Jesus. I mean, we made him a cake every year. But I didn’t know that Advent is a season we spend celebrating the coming of the King of the Universe, Jesus.
When my kids look back on their childhood, I want them to remember Christmas as a time focused on Jesus, on the gospel, and on God’s plan for humanity.
Do you ever purpose to spend the entire Advent season pointing your kids to Jesus, just to have the busyness of the season overwhelm you?
Do you know there are Scriptural Nativity themes you could be focusing on with your kids each day, but you just don’t have time to pull them together and organize them?
Do you wonder if your kids will grow up thinking Christmas is all about them and their gifts?
Hey! There’s a free Advent Calendar in this post!
Bible Verses for Advent
It doesn’t have to be that way. In just a few minutes each day of Advent, your family can read through themed Bible verses about the birth of Christ. Your kids will learn to make important connections between Old Testament prophecy and the New Testament fulfillment of prophecy. They’ll learn about important Scriptural themes like:
- The Promise of Jesus
- Jesus’ Family
- Jesus’ Royalty
- Zechariah and his Reaction
- The Coming of the King
- Shepherds Worshiping Jesus
- And more!
Christmas Advent Calendar with Bible Verses
Make this year a year your kids truly begin to understand and remember the gift the Lord gave us. His plan for our salvation began before his creation of the world. The Lord’s prophets told us of Jesus’ coming, and Jesus fulfilled those prophecies.
In 2 Peter 1:16, Peter tells us:
For we did not follow cleverly devised myths when we made known to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty.
Jesus’ birth is not a myth, nor are the extraordinary circumstances surrounding it. The birth of Jesus Christ is a well documented fact, as is his life, crucifixion, and resurrection. We can make his miraculous coming real to our kids.
To receive your Christmas Advent Calendar with Bible Verses, just hop over to the store and check out. Print it on cardstock for your family–and a copy for each of your Sunday School kids!
Display Your Christmas Advent Calendar Every Year for Family Worship
Frame your Advent calendar, and display it every year for use during December. Make this a tradition that will last!
Beginning December 1st, read that day’s Scripture readings. I recommend find a time each day to read with your kids, like at breakfast or at dinner. That way, you won’t forget to read together.
Have your kids help you locate the Scriptures in the Bible. Take turns reading a paragraph each and discuss what you learned about the Incarnation of Christ that day!
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