Joy: A Collection of Advent Writings and Songs to Soothe Your Soul

Joy: A Collection of Advent Writings & Songs To Soothe Your SoulPin
Joy: A Collection of Advent Writings & Songs To Soothe Your Soul

Updated 12/6/2022

Three lit Advent candles.Pin
Three lit Advent candles.

Advent Joy

Happy third Sunday in Advent! This Sunday’s theme is joy and we can experience joy, because our story isn’t over yet. God promises eternal life with Him to all who believe in His son, Jesus. I hope you are enjoying these as much as I am enjoying putting them together for you.

Advent Joy Readings

Reading #1. Mary Fairchild in her article titled “Celebrating Advent: Prepare for the Coming of Jesus Christ at Christmas” describes Advent as:

” a period of spiritual preparation in which many Christians make themselves ready for the coming, or birth of the Lord, Jesus Christ. Celebrating Advent typically involves a season of prayer, fasting and repentance, followed by anticipation, hope and joy.

Many Christians celebrate Advent not only by thanking God for Christ’s first coming to Earth as a baby, but also for his presence among us today through the Holy Spirit, and in preparation and anticipation of his final coming at the end of time.”

The third Sunday in Advent represents joy or rejoicing. I hope that the anticipation of Jesus’ second coming leads you to rejoicing!!

Joy is the theme for the third Sunday in Advent.

Song Break 

O come, O come Emmanuel

“O come, O come Emmanuel” played by The Piano Guys on cello and piano.

You’re Never Abandoned

Reading #2. Here’s a taste of an article by Ann Voskamp:

“That place that may feel like abandonment —- is placement.

And what may feel like being thrown away — is about being placed because a way is coming always.”

Ann Voscamp

She writes about her adopted daughter and how she wasn’t abandoned, but placed where she could be found by someone else. Unfortunately, this article is no longer available.

May you experience joy in your relationship with Jesus this week. Kathy

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By Kathryn

I'm a writer, disabled registered nurse, and former home school parent of 6 children ages 19 to 32. I'm also a domestic abuse survivor.

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