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The Advent Jesse Tree
Devotions for Children and Adults to Prepare for the Coming of the Christ Child at Christmas
by Dean Smith
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In this book author Dean Lambert has compiled fifty devotions for both children and adults that will enable individuals and families to engage in a more meaningful celebration of the Christmas season. The Advent Jesse Tree begins on the first day of December with the creation story and ends on Christmas Day, the day Christians celebrate that God's purpose is finally revealed in the coming of the savior, Jesus Christ. Each devotion traces the heritage of Jesus through the stories and prophecies of the Old Testament. In addition to these devotions, this book contains illustrations of the Advent season symbols which may be used to create a special "Christmas tree." Each of the Twenty-five days has prayers, a memory verse, questions for children, and hymns or songs to coincide with the symbol for the day.
The book will enable a daily participation that will help each family member to more fully understand the mystery of the Old Testament as it is slowly revealed and explained in the coming of the Christ Child. These devotions will allow families to share the true meaning of Christmas during the Advent Season. Hardcover - 96 pages.
The Advent Jesse Tree by Dean Smith was published by Abingdon Press in January 1959 and is our 28671st best seller. The ISBN for The Advent Jesse Tree is 9780687009084.
|Page last updated||30th January 2014|
|Author / Artist||Dean Smith|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (January 1959)|
|Number of Pages||96|