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As such, having the unique opportunity of giving to ministries that propagate the gospel, of giving to the downtrodden and oft-forgotten, and of giving to family members and friends should overwhelm us with joy—especially when there is no expectation of giving to get.

While dining at the house of a prominent Pharisee, Jesus admonished the guests and presumably the host as well , saying: This Christmas season may we give with a grateful heart, as we too have been given. Far from a burden, giving can become an extraordinary blessing. The Heart of Christmas: A Devotional for the Season by Hank Hanegraaff.

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Each of the twenty-five devotions includes a Scripture reading, carol, and questions for meditation and discussion. Hardcover , pages. Published October 12th by Thomas Nelson first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Heart of Christmas , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Heart of Christmas. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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I'm getting rid of my copy and finding a more user friendly advent devotional to read year to year Dec 27, Laura rated it it was amazing. I read this devotion every year at Christmas. This Christmas Devotional reminds you of the apologetics behind Christianity, goes through traditions and how to live out your faith. There are 25 daily readings with scriptures to read.


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It also gives you a couple of questions each day to think about and a Christmas carol to end each day with. Oct 10, Rick rated it it was ok.

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I was hoping that this would truly be the Christmas devotional it claimed to be, but instead I found Hanegraff's little book to be more like apologetics; not something that left me feeling festive or focused on the "reason for the season. Dec 28, Daniel rated it liked it Shelves: Although I didn't get to read each day for the most part I did, though , it helped to give me a daily mental grounding about the reason for the season.

Some days it stuck with me and made me reflect, other days I forgot it all by the time I walked out the door, but overall, it was a good experience and exercise. Hanegraaff's theology is at times not quite in line with mine as much as it is defined at this point , but it doesn't detract from the greater points he's making about Jesus, the coming of the Messiah, and what it means to us all and the world.

Dec 29, J rated it really liked it Shelves: This is not your typical devotion.


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