Christmas Books About Christ

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Here is a list of all the Christmas Books About Christ I keep handy to re-read at Christmas Time. These are all nonfiction. I don’t read them all every year. I usually pick at least 2 to re-read in December.

Here is a list of all the Christmas Books About Christ I keep handy to re-read at Christmas Time. These are all nonfiction. I don't read them all every year. I usually pick at least 2 to re-read in December.

Christmas Books About Christ

Disclosure: I received some of these book in exchange for a review. Some I picked up myself. This post contains affiliate links.

The Gospel of Christmas by Patty Kirk

“In The Gospel of Christmas, Patty Kirk helps us get in touch with our muted hopes and fears and reminds us that they are met and given their resolution in the coming of Christ, which Christmas celebrates and Advent anticipates, and all our lives prepare us for.”

The Purpose of Christmas by Rick Warren

“The night Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem, a small group of poor shepherds were quietly tending their flocks of sheep in a nearby field, looking up at the stars. Nothing seemed any different from a thousand other nights. But what was about to happen would transform not only their lives but billions of other lives as well. The world would never be the same again.”

Stories Behind the Great Traditions of Christmas by Ace Collins (read review)

The cheer of a crackling hearth fire. Colorful cards from friends and loved ones. An evergreen tree festooned with ornaments. The golden traditions of Christmas—gifts, wreaths, stockings, carols, mistletoe, and more—infuse our celebration of the season with meaning and glowing memories. And, in ways you may not realize, they point us to the birth of Christ. Stories Behind the Great Traditions of Christmas reveals the people, places, and events that shaped the best-loved customs of this merriest of holidays.

Unwrapping the Names of Jesus by Asheritah Ciuciu (read review)

Most Christians agree that Christmas is all about Jesus, yet most of us spend little time preparing our hearts to celebrate Him. Why is this? Partly because we don’t know how. By focusing on the person and character of Jesus throughout the Advent season, readers will prepare their hearts so that when they admire the live nativity, sit in the candlelight service, or wake up on Christian morning, they can join the faithful who sing from the bottom of their hearts, “O come, let us adore Him, Christ the Lord!”

Hosanna in Excelsis by David and Barbara Leeman (read review)

“Music has always been central to celebrating the coming of Christ into the world. With Hosanna in Excelsis you can experience the hymns of the season like never before. This devotional couples the lyrics and score of a new hymn daily with a devotional message about the hymn’s biblical and spiritual truths.

The Message of Christmas

“The Message of Christmas draws together startling ancient prophecies and rich biographical accounts. Drawn from The Message, Eugene Petersons’s fresh, personal Scripture translation, The Message of Christmas leads you to an intimate and life-impacting rendezvous with the One who is the very message of Christmas.”

About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.

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