Prayer Journal Prompts for Christmas

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This season is packed with so many activities that so often we get to Christmas Day before we even have a chance to stop and reflect on what it means to us.

We sing the carols but rarely pause to consider their significance.

We miss the 3rd, 4th, and 5th verses that carry so much theology and meaning. This is a real shame!

I don’t know about you, but in a way I think that all of the parties and activities we schedule to celebrate Christmas often distract us from focusing on the real meaning of Christmas.

The month of December is one of the most stressful months of the year.

And that’s sad.

We’re so busy planning celebrations about Jesus that we don’t have enough time to sit down and spend time with Him.

And this is the tendency we have. Isn’t it? We get into the rut of doing things for God that we fail to spend quality time with God.

We are so busy serving God like Martha that we fail to choose the right thing, sitting at Jesus’ feet and learning from Him like Mary did.

This is why I created this special workbook of war room journal prompts for Christmas. The prompts force you to sit, reflect, and write.

In this set of Prayer Journal Prompts for Christmas you will find 15 prayer prompts that will lead you to contemplate the different characters of the Christmas story, familiar passages, Christmas hymns, and the symbols of Christmas.

You will find prompts for:

  • Zacharias and Elizabeth
  • Mary and Joseph
  • The Song of Mary
  • Christ’s Birth
  • The Shepherds and Wise Men
  • The First Noel
  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel
  • Angels From the Realms of Glory
  • Oh Holy Night
  • The Christmas tree, lights, and gifts

These Prayer Journal Prompts for Christmas are a simple but powerful way to take some time each day to reflect on one of the most meaningful Christian celebrations.

This journal can be used as a companion resource with your favorite war room journal, and also with this 30 Day Prayer Challenge for Christmas.

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The Jesus the  World Needs to Know

Let’s Stop Christmas Shaming

How to Get Everything You Want for Christmas

Homemade Christmas Card Family Craft

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The Ultimate Missionary Gift Guide

The Christian Family Gift Guide

10 Quiet Time Tools Every Christian Woman Wants

5 Gift Ideas for the Prayer Warrior

5 Christian Fiction Authors I’ve Read Over and Over

10+ Books Every Christian Should Read

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