The season of Advent is upon us! It is a time when Christians prepare for Christmas. There are many traditions that go with this special time. Some people light candles each day to remind themselves of God’s mercy; others give gifts to those in need. But no matter what you do during Advent, your focus should be on Jesus Christ.
Advent is an experience, not just a season. It’s about waiting, preparing and looking forward to Christmas. And what better way to prepare than by waiting with anticipation by diving into a wonderful Advent reading plan?
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Advent Bible Reading Plans
If you’ve never done an Advent reading, you might have questions such as:
- What is an Advent Reading
- What book of the Bible should I read during Advent?
There are a variety of ways to go about doing an Advent reading plan. You can do a plan that gives you something to read each of the 31 days in December. Others do a reading plan in tandem with their Advent calendars which end on December 25th. And others enjoy doing short Advent devotional readings that might only last a week.
Below you will find some of the more popular Advent reading plans from around the Internet.
- She Reads Truth Advent Reading Plan
- Crossway Advent Reading Plan
- Jesus Storybook Bible Advent Reading (for kids)
Advent Reading Plans – Youversion Bible App
Are you familiar with the YouVersion Bible App? This is a very popular app that has a lot of different reading plans for every topic you can think of- including Advent readings! Here are just a few you might want to checkout:
Printable Advent Reading Plans
Sometimes, we just need to disconnect from technology during our Bible reading time. And, while many of the Advent reading plans listed above are only available in web format where you simply read them from your phone or computer, there are also many places to find a printable reading plan for Advent. This way, you can print it out and use it to read through your physical Bible as a family or by yourself.
Feel free to download and use this Advent reading plan pdf (image below).
And don’t forget the kids! Here is a really great printable Advent Reading Calendar for kids.
Advent is a time of waiting and preparing for the coming of Jesus.
Remember that the best gift you can give is your time and attention. With so many distractions around us, it’s easy to get caught up in a whirlwind of tasks taking our focus off what really matters most – God! Advent Bible Reading Plans are here to help. These plans will keep you focused on Jesus during this busy season with focused daily readings.
Be sure to also read these Bible verses for the Advent Season.