Behold | A Christmas Story Reading Plan

And behold, you will conceive in your womb and bring forth a Son, and shall call His name JESUS.

Luke 1:31

Day 2 Reading:

(Take turns reading through this part of the Christmas story)

Luke 1 & 2

Supporting Scriptures:

Matthew 1:18-25; John 1:29-34; Matthew 21:11; Luke 2:11-14; Psalm 139


Father, we are about to embark on a new journey. We have no idea what the outcome will be. Quiet our hearts and open our souls to listen to Jesus. Teach us how to navigate through each verse. Forgive us for neglecting Jesus, and help us not to dwell on distractions. Instead, focus on every word. Thank you for doing something new within us.


Please leave your thoughts and reflections on the readings in the comment section below. I’d love to hear from you!


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9 thoughts on “Behold | A Christmas Story Reading Plan

  1. I’m working more on the Old Testament myself. In fact I have deduced the series of seven Words God used to initialize Creation, or at least their English equivalents. Want ’em?

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      1. Mot, French for Word. From Latin, smallest ordinal component (mote). Mot(IV)e. Word-for-measure. ie, the words “I Am”.

        Arose by any other name? heh heh heh.


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      2. Whaddayouacop? baaahahaha.

        The mote I’ve ate allows no hate. Care to skate a figure eight? Here, one must be choosy, though. Eternity comes on quite late.

        (Ozzy Osbourne’s Walk on Water comes to mind right now, in case you’re in a musical mood)

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      3. 😆 no I’m not. Most programmable conversations or phrases “What’s you’re ulterior motive?” More than what meets the eye sort of way it’s used in context. 😆
        Thanks for the musical. It’s befitting.

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  2. Every time I hear a story of positivity and faith, every time I hear that one of my fellow brothers or sisters are winning, and being blessed with abundance … I know that’s the blessing of Christ, and that blessing give me hope and grounds my faith.


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