5 Christmas Bookmarks
Are you looking for Christmas bookmarks to focus on Jesus this holiday season?
Below are 5 Christian Christmas bookmarks that will remind you of the true meaning of Christmas.
5 Christian Christmas Bookmarks that Focus on Jesus
Imagine reading your favorite book or your Bible by the fire this Christmas.
These Christmas bookmarks will remind you of the love of Jesus Christ every time you read your favorite book.
And these bookmarks are the perfect gift for a friend, neighbor, or family member to remind them of Jesus this Christmas!
Christmas Bookmarks #1: Peace
“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid."
– John 14:27 NIV
Jesus is the Prince of Peace
Christmas is a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus with loved ones, but have you ever noticed how you feel more stressed or anxious around the holidays?
Our holiday-to-do-lists can seem never ending.
Maybe you're stressed about hosting family in town for Christmas.
Or maybe you're wondering how you'll ever get all the holiday traditions done with your family while still having time to sit with Jesus.
Whatever worries or thoughts are keeping you up at night, remember that Jesus is the Prince of Peace.
Shift your focus to Jesus, and let his peace wash over you.
Pray and ask Jesus what really matters this holiday season, and ask him to help you prioritize your holiday-to-do-list.
Maybe you'll realize that you don't have to do all the holiday traditions.
Or maybe you'll feel more content sitting with your friends and family over dinner, knowing that quality time together is enough.
No matter what family drama or trials you are facing this holiday season, let the peace of Jesus wash over you, knowing that Jesus is in control.
Learn more practical ways to focus on Jesus this Christmas.
God, I thank you for sending your son, Jesus, to die on the cross for my life. Help me to shift my focus to Jesus this holiday season, and help me to experience peace that only Jesus can give me. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
Christmas Bookmarks #2: Faith
“For we walk by faith, not by sight."
– 2 Corinthians 5:7 CSB
Faith is like the currency of heaven. It's through faith in Jesus Christ that we are saved, and it's through faith that we continue to believe that God is in control.
Christmas is a time of joy, remembrance, and time with loved ones. But what do you do when your prayers remain unanswered?
What if you're heading into another holiday season, praying and asking God to move in the same area as last year?
Whether it's the salvation of a loved one, healing, or maybe you're praying for a husband to spend Christmas with.
Let this bookmark and scripture be a reminder that God is moved by our faith.
Just because it hasn't happened yet, doesn't mean that it's not going to. Or that God doesn't hear your prayers.
Continue to pray and believe.
And continue to walk by faith, knowing that God is bigger than your unanswered prayer.
If you're praying for a husband this Christmas, learn how to have more joy being single during the holidays.
God, you are a God of the impossible. I surrender my unanswered prayers to you, and I believe that all things are possible with you. I will continue to believe and walk by faith. In Jesus' name, Amen.
Christmas Bookmarks #3: Light
“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden."
– Matthew 5:14 NIV
At Christmas, we often think of Jesus as the light of this world.
He was the light who came into this world to defeat the darkness and power of the enemy.
But as a follower of Christ, Jesus also calls each one of us to be the light of this world.
Part of being a Christian is carrying on this responsibility to bring light into a dark world, and to represent the light of Jesus wherever you go.
This Christmas, pray and ask God where you can shine your light and the love of Jesus.
Maybe it's your workplace, your school, or your community with your neighbors.
Or maybe you've been called to shine light in your family among loved ones who don't know Jesus yet.
Your friends and family may be more open to experiencing the love of Jesus at Christmastime, so don't be afraid to shine your light (and the truth) of Jesus Christ.
Here are some tips to share your faith this Christmas to invite others to experience the love of Jesus.
God, I thank you for sending Jesus to be the light in this dark world. Thank you for showing me how to shine my light to those who need to experience Christ this holiday season. I pray that when others see me, they will feel the love of Christ. In Jesus' name, Amen.
Christmas Bookmarks #4: Love
“We love because he first loved us."
– 1 John 4:19 NIV
Christmas is all about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, but you and your family may have your own traditions to celebrate.
Maybe you cook a Christmas feast and open presents together on Christmas Eve.
Or maybe you go to church together, and then watch all your Christmas movie favorites.
With your friends, maybe you go ice-skating, shopping, and check out some festive Christmas-light displays.
In a season that is full of cheer, decorations, and shopping, it can be easy to forget what the birth of Jesus Christ is all about.
But if I could sum up what Jesus' birth means to me in one word?
God loved us so much, that he sent his only son into this world to eventually die on a cross for our sins.
This Christmas, remember that it's all about love.
Jesus loved you so much that he gave up his life for yours, and he calls us to love others in return.
As you celebrate the season with your loved ones, don't forget to show others the love of Christ.
Some people around you may not know the love of Jesus yet, but I pray this Christmas is the year they experience the true meaning of Christmas through your love.
God, thank you for loving me so much that you brought Jesus into this world to die on a cross for my sins. Show me how to spread the love of Jesus this Christmas, and show me how to love others even when it's difficult. In Jesus' name, Amen.
Christmas Bookmarks #5: Joy
“...Do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.”
– Nehemiah 8:10 NIV
Christmas is a holiday full of peace, love, and joy.
But what if you don't feel very joyful among the holiday hustle and bustle?
It's easy to get caught up in the holiday to-do list and feel stress instead of joy.
Instead of focusing on everything you have to get done in this season, or everything that isn't going how you planned, remember that joy comes from within.
Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit, and joy is not based on our circumstances.
Rather, we can have joy despite our circumstances.
The more you focus on Jesus this Christmas and all God has blessed you with around you, the more joy you'll cultivate this holiday season.
If you want to learn how to have more joy in your life, check out the joy of the Lord is my strength, and how to find joy when you need it most.
God, I surrender any worries to you. I can have joy, because I have you and Jesus in my life. Thank you for everything you've blessed me with in this season. In Jesus' name, Amen.
5 Christmas Bookmarks to Focus on Jesus this Christmas
Want to be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas all holiday season?
Remind yourself & others of the love of Jesus with this set of 5 Christian Christmas Bookmarks
The perfect bookmarks to enjoy your favorite books this Christmas, or the perfect stocking stuffer or gift to give to a friend or loved one
Christian Christmas Bookmarks - Set of 5 Bookmarks
Set of 5 bookmarks
Each bookmark has a different Bible verse on the front (the back is white)
Printed on glossy cardstock paper
Bible verses include: John 14:27, 2 Corinthians 5:7, 1 John 4:19, Nehemiah 8:10, & Matthew 5:14
Peace, Faith, Love, Joy, & Light
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