|Category:||Bible Studies & Devotionals|
|Format:||Hardcover w/ Jacket|
|Size:||5.25 in x 8.0 in|
|Published:||September 30, 2017|
This year, don't let Christmas sneak up on you again.
The wonder and awe of the Christmas season can easily get overshadowed by lights, tinsel, bows, and paper—not to mention last-minute trips to the mall and visits to the in-laws. In all the hustle and bustle, we often lose sight of what’s most important. This book of daily readings for the month of December by best-selling author Paul David Tripp will help you slow down, prepare your heart, and focus on what matters most: adoring our Savior, Jesus.
“It's not uncommon for me to hear friends and members of the church I pastor talk of how ‘Christmas snuck up on them.’ Paul David Tripp has written a fantastic Advent devotional for individuals or families, and it's the perfect solution for preparing our hearts and homes to celebrate what's really going on underneath the tinsel and the trees.”
Matt Chandler, Lead Pastor, The Village Church, Dallas, Texas; President, Acts 29 Church Planting Network; author, The Mingling of Souls and The Explicit Gospel
“Paul David Tripp has the rare gift of conveying profound biblical truths in a simple and accessible manner. Come, Let Us Adore Him will help you prepare for the arrival of the Christ child on a deep level, no matter where you are currently in life.”
William Vanderbloemen, CEO and President, The Vanderbloemen Search Group; author, Next: Pastoral Succession That Works
“Theology serves us best when it is translated into devotion. Paul David Tripp’s Come, Let Us Adore Him is that rare gem—great theology inspiring great devotion. This book will enrich my family’s experience of Christmas this year, and I believe it can enrich your Christmas too.”
Ray Ortlund, Pastor to Pastors, Immanuel Church, Nashville, Tennessee
“In the chaos, inadequacies, and fears that all too often overshadow the Advent season, it is easy to forget that this day, above all other days, speaks of stillness, welcome, and assurance. It tells us that we have been, and are now, completely loved—no matter if we remember all the presents or if the lights on our tree won’t work. This devotional will help us remember the great love with which we have been loved. Read its pages, share it with your family. Enter into that manger scene. And breathe.”
Elyse Fitzpatrick, coauthor, Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women