top of page

Sun, Dec 03

|

Caldwell

Praying Through Advent

Join us as we Celebrate the Christmas Season and the reason Jesus was sent to us.

Praying Through Advent
Praying Through Advent

Time & Location

Dec 03, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Caldwell, 912 W Linden St, Caldwell, ID 83605, USA

About the event

Advent celebrates the birth of Christ and anticipates return of Christ.

The first two Sundays look forward to Christ’s return.

The second two Sundays remember Christ’s birth.

He has come to earth and will come again!

These Bible readings will help you think deeply and historically about this truth:

“Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel."

Isaiah 7:14

Bible Readings for Advent

Hope Beginning December 3rd

Like the prophets in the Old Testament, we hope for a Messiah to save us from sin. (Isaiah 9:6-7). Because of the prophets we anticipate Jesus return!

“If I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also.”

John 14:3

Scripture Readings

Monday……………………………………………..…Genesis 3:15, John 1:1-18

Write the verse that stands out to you as a prayer either as if God is speaking to you or you are speaking to God.

What do you think God want to remember?

Tuesday………………………………………………..Isaiah 9:2-7, Isaiah 11:1-9

Write the verse that stands out to you as a prayer either as if God is speaking to you or you are speaking to God.

What do you think God want to remember?

Wednesday…………………………………..….….Micah 5:2-5, Matthew 2:1-15

Write the verse that stands out to you as a prayer either as if God is speaking to you or you are speaking to God.

What do you think God want to remember?

Thursday……………………………………….Isaiah 7:10-15, Matthew 1:18-24

Write the verse that stands out to you as a prayer either as if God is speaking to you or you are speaking to God.

What do you think God want to remember?

Friday……………………………………………………Mark 1:1-8, Acts 1:6-11

Write the verse that stands out to you as a prayer either as if God is speaking to you or you are speaking to God.

What do you think God want to remember?

The first candle of Advent is known as the “prophecy candle.” It reminds us we have hope in God who fulfills the propheciesabout Jesus in the Old Testament.

…hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.  Romans 5:5

Share this event

bottom of page