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Jesse Tree

The Tradition of the Jesse Tree.

Jesse Trees are a very old Christmas Tradition and first started in medieval times. They are used to help tell the story of the Bible from creation to the Christmas Story. The name comes from Jesse who was the Father of the great Jewish King David.

Week 1: The Place Where Love Grows
Read Isaiah 11:1-10

Week 2: Created by Love
Read: Genesis 1

Week 3: God is looking for you
Read: Genesis 3

Week 4: God’s Tears
Read: Genesis 6—8

Week 5: Count the Stars (your blessings!)
Read: Genesis 12:1-9

Week 6: The Gift of Laughter
Read: Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7
“God has brought me laughter” (v6.)

Week 7: Here I Am
Read: Genesis 22
“Abraham named that place The LORD Provides” (v. 14)

This week we are having a break from our regular 25 week series on Advent

Jonah got swallowed by a big fish,
on his way to Tarshish...
Do you see what I see?
Read: Jonah (It’s only four chapters!)

Week 8: Climbing Up
Read: Genesis 28:10-22

Week 9: Surprise Gifts
Read: Genesis 37—50

Week 10: Ten Love Rules
Read: Deuteronomy 5, Exodus 20:1-21

Week 11: The Red Rope
Read: Joshua 2, 6:22-25

Week 12: The Little Things
Read: Ruth

Week 13: Looking at Things Inside Out
Read: 1 Samuel 16: 1-13

Week 14: A Candle in the darkness
Read: Isaiah 9:1-7

Week 15: Bowing Down
Read: 1 Kings 18:16—46

Week 16: The Word
Read: John 8:31—36

Week 17: A True Fairy Tale
Read: Micah 5:2—5

Week 18: A Bridge to the King
Read: Esther

Week 19:  Watch and Wait
Read: Habakkuk

Week 20:  God Remembers
Read:  Luke 1:5-25

Week 21:  Thunder in the desert
Read:  Matt. 3: 1-12

Week 22:  Wide Awake dreams
Read:  Luke 1: 26 - 56

Week 23:  He can't stay away
Read:  Matt. 1: 18 - 25

Week 24 & 25:

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