You asked for it, so here it is!: Another trivia contest!
Take a break from your holiday cleaning, decorating, and shopping for some trivia and daily devotions! For the next 12 days (up till Christmas) we’ll be posting one trivia question per day related to our 12 days of Christmas devotion! The prize? Our bestselling genealogy book, Jesus Family Tree ($26.99 value!) One winner will receive a PDF of our beloved big book and two runners up will get the PDF pamphlet 100 Prophecies of Jesus!
How to Enter/Rules
All you have to do is fill in your answer with your name and email and you’re entered for the day! This is a closed-book test! You may not search the internet or use other resources to answer the trivia question. As believers we’re going to abide by the honor system!
The winners will be determined by the most correct answers on the 12 days. Should there be a tie, a tiebreak will be determined by drawing/lottery. Answers submitted after December 25th, 2015 11:59PM PST will not be counted. You are only allowed ONE answer per day.
First Day of Christmas: 1 Savior in a manger
Hear ye now, O house of David!… the Lord Himself shall give you a sign: Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call His name Immanuel.”–Isa. 7:13, Mat. 1:23
How amazing is this?! God came down as a baby, fully human, fully divine, and completely vulnerable so we might be saved! The birth of Jesus took place in a historical setting that the prophets foretold. The underlying story of His genealogy, in itself, was a Divine masterpiece of intrigue, suspense, and prophetic fulfillment. But the quiet events of that first Christmas morning, so long ago, have become commonplace in our modern traditions. Wise men (magi) and shepherds are familiar Christmas symbols as they gather around the tender baby who lies in a manger, while a chorus of angels proclaims the Lord’s good will to mankind. But how did the prophets envision this story? What hopes had they formed in the hearts of men, and what is the hope to which we look?
How is your life different knowing you have a Savior who loves you?
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Learn more about Jesus’ names in our popular pamphlet Names of Jesus!
The Names of Jesus Pamphlet is an excellent way to help you learn the names, characteristics and attributes of Jesus Christ. This Names of Jesus Bible chart gives Christ’s names along with the symbolism, in-depth meaning, related titles and attributes, and more.
50 Names of Jesus
Jesus’ names hold special insights that will strengthen your walk as a believer. By reading this booklet, in about 30 minutes, you will know the Christ’s names along with Scripture references from both the Old and New Testament, the meaning of each name, and why it is so important to believers. Knowing and understanding the names of Jesus will enrich your quiet time, and will help you build faith and trust in the Lord. Names of Jesus makes an excellent Bible Study or adult Sunday school lesson. Also available for download.
12 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 33 inches long