Thursday, August 31, 2017

Review: The Christmas Code by:O.S. Hawkins

 The Christmas Code Booklet
About the Book:
Grow close to the Lord this Advent season with 25 insightful and meaningful devotions from The Christmas Code by bestselling author O. S. Hawkins. Trace the birth of Jesus from its roots in the Old Testament to the ultimate gift of God: salvation. With a short reading each day leading up to Christmas, this devotional will be the perfect way to keep daily focus on the true meaning of Christmas.

At only $2.99, this booklet is an excellent value and a gift of appreciation and affection for the people in your life. It is a great gift for friends and family, teachers, pastoral staff, Bible study groups, church congregations, and service providers.

Each day includes a passage of Scripture, a devotional thought, a Code Word, and a prayer of reflection.

Royalties from the book are donated to Mission:Dignity, a ministry that helps men and women who have faithfully served God’s people for modest pay retire with well-deserved dignity, independence, and often the ability to continue serving.

My Review:
 Before you know it, Christmas will be here. And with each Christmas we become very aware that we have an awesome Savior that wants you to devote more time to Him. In this tiny booklet you have from December the 1st all the way up to December 25th to take some extra time to bask in His glory all He has done for you and for me. O.S. Hawkins is the author of several code books. We own a majority of those and I have even reviewed a few. He is a great author and a fantastic researcher.

 This small devotional is titled just for the time of Advent. It is a perfect little book that is great for taking the time to just be with the Lord and marvel in His goodness. Each devotion is titled with a "root" word. Many of these root words consist of grief, manger, prospect, etc. Each of the devotions used are full of enlightenment and encouraging words to lift your spirit during the holiday season.

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

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