Celebrating the Season: Son of God {Day 27}

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Songs to Get You into the Spirit of the Season

Nat King Cole's voice is a great vehicle for any Christmas song, but of course I have to go with the obvious choice and say my favorite is The Christmas SongMerry Christmas includes twenty holiday favorites that you'll enjoy adding to your music collection.

Some Reading Sure to Garner a Great Response

Whether the idea that the song The Twelve Days of Christmas is really symbolically Christian or not, I like the thought of Christian meanings behind each day and enjoy reading this book to Gv.  I also like this lovely pop-up version of the traditional song, as well.

Faith Focus to Put You in a Festive Frame of Mind

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Day 27 - Son of God

Read Psalm 2:7, then Matthew 3:17, Mark 1:11, Luke 1:35 and 3:22, and Hebrews 1:5 and 5:5 to see how Jesus lives out Matthew 5:17 (see verse in graphic below) and fulfills the prophecy that the Messiah would be declared the Son of God.

Add your second gift under the tree to serve as a reminder for today's verses.

What will you be doing to observe this second day of Christmas?  Are you reflecting on St. Stephen, St. Wencelaus, or celebrating Boxing Day?  I'd love to hear!  Leave a comment or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

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