Review: The Christmas Story in 40 Days by:Chris Loehmer Kincaid

The Christmas Story in 40 Days

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Do you know the story of the first Christmas, the entire story, not just what you have seen on Christmas specials or heard in Christmas hymns? Take a few minutes each day for the next 40 days to read about the events leading up to this the holiest of nights. Meet the people who were there, Elizabeth, Zachariah, the Angel Gabriel, Mary and Joseph. Travel across the Judean countryside to Nazareth and on to Bethlehem. Witness the birth of Jesus as you never have before. Spend 40 days strengthening your faith. Spend 40 days drawing closer to God. Spend 40 days getting to know your Savior Jesus Christ. About the Author Chris Loehmer Kincaid lives in northern Wisconsin with her husband, one dog, and four cats. Her first book, A Time for Every Purpose under Heaven, shares the story of her mission trip to Africa and answers the question, “Can one person make a difference?”

My Review:
 If you want a short devotional for the holidays than this book is definitely for you. It is a 40 day devotional just perfect for the holiday season. It is simple and gets straight to the point. It seems completely based on scripture and of Luke’s account of Jesus’ birth. The author recommends stating this devotional November 15th to be finished by Christmas Eve, but it’s only a suggestion. So you can do it anytime, really.

 Each days lesson is short, simple and to the point. She includes pondering thoughts and questions in order to learn as much as possible from your daily reading. it won’t take much effort on the readers part to dig into this one, with just under 100 pages your devotional reading will be done in a snap.

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**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.

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