Every year I look forward to reading some Christmas books. Here are a few I'd like to get to this December.
Come Let Us Adore Him by Paul David Tripp
This is a daily advent devotional encouraging us to look to Jesus during the Christmas season. The last few years I've been picking up these kinds of books and been so enjoying them. I'm really looking forward to reading through this one!
Once Upon a Dickens Christmas by Michelle Griep
I love Charles Dickens 'Christmas Carol' and enjoy books inspired by it. This book contains 3 novellas and I'm hoping to get to at least one of them.
The Case for Christmas by Lee Strobel
In this book Lee Strobel sets out to explain why the biblical account of Christ's birth is important to our faith. I've started this one and though it's a bit choppy, I'm finding it very interesting. (I believe this book is excepts from another book of his, 'The Case for Christ' hence the choppiness. I'd like to read that book as well some day!)
Searching for Christmas by J.D. Greear
I don't know anything about this book but heard it was good.
Goodreads says of this book:
"This book looks behind the birth of the baby in a manger to discover how the deeper truths of the Christmas story offer the hope, peace, and belonging we're all searching for, one way or another."
Are you reading anything Christmas related this season? : )