Unwrapping the Names of Jesus: An Advent Devotional

Unwrapping the Names of Jesus is an Advent Devotional for women.

On the surface? It’s a study about the different names of Jesus.

But really? It’s about how the gift of Jesus brings new life and great joy the deeper we know Him, an especially powerful awakening during the Christmas season. In Jesus we have the very Word of God, the most amazing communication He could give us

It’s designed for the woman who wants more from the season than holiday parties, hors d’oeuvres, and a new leather purse. You want a deeper walk with Jesus. You want to know Him and touch Him and find rest in Him and talk with Him. And you want to wake up on Christmas morning bouncing with excitement to celebrate Him.

I wrote this book for you, friend.

By the end of the devotional, you will…

  • Grow in your love and understanding of who Jesus is
  • Cherish lots of fun memories as you put your faith in action with your family
  • Wake up on Christmas morning with the awe and wonder you felt as a child

And best of all, you’ll have the experience of quiet pockets of time with Jesus throughout the hectic holiday season.

What Others Are Saying…

Thoughtful, wise, insightful, and beautifully written, this devotional will bring you the peace you are craving during this harried season. (Michelle D.)
I have studied the names of Jesus for years and I was excited to find new takeaways. The author has made it an easy read, fun for the family and challenging for the reader who wants to dig a little deeper. (Amy K.)

We have been using this devotional together as a family for our advent countdown and it has given me such a new perspective on Christmas and its importance. My kids try to guess the name for each day from the verse and can name most of them up to this point. It has been a fantastic addition to our advent celebration! (Heidi R.)

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  • find motivation on the days you can’t press on
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Comments 16

  1. Felicia Oana

    Wow, I did not know there were 25 names for our lord and Savior Jesus Christ! I am eager to learn them and about them…
    Thank you Asheritah!

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      In researching this list I discovered that there are actually over 200 names for Jesus in the Bible. Wow! How much more we could know about his identity and character if we took the time to really get to know Him!

  2. Linda Mulanax

    This is great! I forget often how much is in the meaning of a name. How much more, the names of our Lord will help us “see” Him. Thanks, Asheritah!!!

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  3. chris de kock

    really excited about the eBook – what a great way in worshipping our Lord and to get the gift of knowing Him better – thank you!

  4. michelle white

    I would love to sign up for the Uwrapping the names of Jesus study but the form will not let me. Can you send me another link please. Thank you, I love all your posts they are so refreshing.

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      Sorry to hear the form wasn’t working for you. I updated the settings so it should be good to go now. Please let me know if you continue to have issues. Thanks!

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      Hi Jodi! After you fill out the form, you should receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription. Once you click on that link, you’ll be taken to the page that has the eBook to download.

      Did you click the email link to confirm?

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      Esther, did you sign up for the email list before midnight on 11/28? If you did, you should have received a confirmation email; once you click on that, you would have been taken to the download page.

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