Christmas Scripture Reading – Day 21

21 Dec

Yesterday was kind of a hard day. I guess treatment on top of being sick was a lot for my body to handle and I was completely worn out by the end of the day. And this incredibly, ridiculously persistent cough will not leave me alone. Sigh . . . . Who cares about gifts? All I want for Christmas is a day without coughing. :) 


Today is Day 21 in our 25-Day Christmas Scripture Reading plan. Click on any of the links, below, to be taken to those passages at

Today’s reading is so short, there are no excuses for not reading it. {grin} In fact, it’s only one verse and I’m going to post it right here for you to make it even easier!

Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written. – John 21:25

The apostle John’s purpose for writing this book was to prove that Jesus was the son of God. John presented indisputable evidence of Jesus claims’, thereby proving the truth of who he was and is.

John 21:25 is the very last verse in the book of John. This verse points out that what we know of Jesus from the Bible is just a glimpse of who he was and what he accomplished.

The story of Jesus’ life is a massive one – one that would take up more pages in more books than could possibly be written. Your story is a part of his story, too. Your life is entwined with his and becomes a part of the greatest story ever told. That’s pretty cool, huh?

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I’ll leave you with another Piano Guys video today. This one is fantastic! This Carol of the Bells piece was written to be played by 12 cellos, but here is being played by one guy with one cello – it’s magnificent!

{If you are reading this in email,
you may need to click over to the blog to watch the video.}

If you are starting your Christmas travels this weekend – be safe and have a wonderful time!

2 Responses to “Christmas Scripture Reading – Day 21”

  1. Andrew December 22, 2012 at 6:22 am #

    Hope you get over your cough. I remember a couple of rough Christmas’ post-treatment – all I wanted was to feel better too. Now my wish is to stay well as I am sure your’s is too (once you get over that annoying cough).

    • rachturner December 23, 2012 at 7:46 pm #

      Thanks, Andrew! Still feeling a little puny, but I think I’m starting to improve. :)

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