The Christmas Advent Jesse Tree

What is the Advent Jesse Tree?
The word Advent means “coming” and refers to the coming of Jesus. The Advent Jesse Tree emphasizes His coming in the flesh at Bethlehem nearly two thousand years ago. It explains His coming with the New Covenant and His second coming when He will return to judge all of mankind. The Advent season is a time for all of us to prepare for these “comings.”
The Advent Jesse Tree seeks to tell the story of God’s redemptive plan for the world through 25 symbols from the Old and New Testament, from creation to the birth of Jesus.


Day One – The Light in Creation
Day Two – The First Sin
Day Three – Inside the Ark
Day Four – The Call to Abram
Day Five – Isaac and the Lamb
Day Six – Jacobs Ladder
Day Seven – Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors
Day Eight – Moses and the Ten Commandments
Day Nine – Canaan, the Promised Land of Blessings
Day Ten – Ruth and Boaz
Day Eleven – King David
Day Twelve – Josiah Finds the Law
Day Thirteen – Prophecy of Shoot from the Stump of Jesse
Day Fourteen – Prophecy of the Lion and Lamb Resting Together
Day Fifteen – Prophecy of the Prince of Peace
Day Sixteen – Prophecy of a Gentle Shepherd
Day Seventeen – Prophecy of the Suffering Servant
Day Eighteen – Prophecy of the New Covenant
Day Nineteen – Prophecy of Bethlehem
Day Twenty – The Exile
Day Twenty-one – The Return to the Land
Day Twenty-two – The Star
Day Twenty-three – The Light of the World
Day Twenty-four – Angels Proclaiming the Coming of Christ
Day Twenty-five – The Birth of Jesus



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