Monday, November 16, 2015

Christmas: A Gift for Every Heart Book Review #FCBlogger

This post is sponsored by Family Christian. All opinions are honest and my own.  #FCBlogger 

Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year. I have many memories, even as a little girl. One of my favorite memories is receiving a new nutcracker every year for my nutcracker collection. I am a big fan of E.T.A. Hoffmann's book, "The Nutcracker", and every year, I take one of my nutcrackers, and read the book.

Another great book to read this Christmas is Charles Stanley's new book, "Christmas: A Gift for Every Heart." You can find this at Family Christian Bookstore. 

Book Description: "In the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it's so easy to become distracted by all the trimmings and the trappings. In his first Christmas book, beloved pastor Dr. Charles Stanley takes us back to the true reason for celebration--the birth of Christ. Such timeless truths as:
--True peace and joy are found in Christ, not in the things of this world.
--The Lord God not only lives and reigns, but He is intimately involved in every 
circumstance of our lives. Christmas: A Gift for Every Heart is a treasure you'll want to open again and again."

This book has beautiful photos, wonderful scriptures, such as: "His name will be called...Prince of Peace. --Isaiah 9:6," and great testimonies. This book would be an amazing Christmas gift, especially because it has a nice inscription page, or a book to add to your collection this year.

Another one of my favorite memories on Christmas is the time when my family fellowships with others. I remember last year, our church had a gathering one Sunday night, and God's presence was everywhere. I love feeling the Holy Spirit at Christmas time, for it gets me into the season.

What are your favorite memories on Christmas?
The book, Christmas: A Gift for Every Heart, may bring even more fun memories this Christmas season! Wiin a copy below!
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  1. This sounds like a great way to spend the gift card I won. Thanks for the good review!

  2. Great post and the book sounds great also! :-) Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  3. Ooops, forgot to add my favorite Christmas memory. When I was growing up all my aunts, uncles, and cousins lived close around us. Every year we would set aside a week and each evening we would visit a different relative's home and enjoy their decorations, music, and goodies with them. We did this for many years, even after I was grown and had my own home.