I’m no theologian, but the greatest story ever written is the best selling book of all time. The Bible. As we study this book, we discover how tightly woven the story is from the beginning to the end. The details and plot points are so intricate, that no human could have orchestrated them.
During this time of advent, waiting, we can look back through the Bible and see the story of Jesus woven into the fabric of the old testament. It’s the most beautiful love story ever told. The story of salvation.
I love Christmas time. I just glanced at an old diary I have and honestly my Christmas day entries were all about the stuff I got. “I got everything I asked for.” “I got a lot of nice things.”
As Christians we already have the best gift ever.
This is why I love reading Christmas stories written by Inspirational authors. There’s always themes of redemption, forgiveness, and love that are written from the biblical worldview. There is a difference in the depths of the stories written from this perspective.
First, what a great cover! Evokes so many emotions. Christmas. Small town. Winter fun. Snow! I haven’t finished the book yet, but it’s a great story so far. I can tell there’s deep rooted issues that will need healing. And what a wonderful time of the year for that to happen!
There are so many Christmas stories out in the world. A great feast for us readers to enjoy during this time of the year. (Or anytime, in my opinion!) But the grace and mercy of our heavenly Father fills this season with a reminder that he sent his Son to earth, to dwell among us.
The greatest gift.
The most wonderful time of the year.
Merry Christmas Inspy romance readers. We’re so thankful for you all year long. I pray your season is filled with making memories, family, and the goodness of what we’ve been given through God.
I’d love to hear a favorite Christmas memory from you. One commenter picked at random will be gifted with a copy of Belle’s book.
Again, Merry Christmas!