Bible Verse Advent Cards – FREE PRINTABLES!

If you stopped by yesterday, you saw my post about Advent Calendars.

So far, we have four in our house and I’m thinking we might need a fifth… Ha!  The hubs came into the kitchen yesterday and was like, “How many of these things do we have to keep up with every day?”


But in all of my Advent Calendar Internet searching, I couldn’t find anything that had a printable of little cards to put in each Advent pocket that featured Bible Verses from the Christmas story.

I feel it is incredibly important to keep Jesus the center of the Christmas season…  His birth is the beginning of the Gospel story – the very story that sets before us forgiveness of sins, restored relationship with our Father, and joy everlasting.

So every day this December I want to read a Scripture verse to my kids telling of Jesus’ miraculous birth.

I want them to be drawn to the wonder of Christmas.

The wonder of Christ.

I have designed a FREE Printable for you so that by the end of the month you will have 24 cards depicting the story of Jesus’ birth – from the angel telling Mary that she would be Jesus’ mommy, to the three wise men’s journey, I hope you enjoy celebrating the real reason for the season with your families every day this month.

I even included some cute ideas on the 2nd page of what to do with the cards in case you don’t have an Advent Calendar (or you could just come to my house and have one of mine). :-)

Here is a sneak peak at your FREE Printable Advent Cards…

*Click HERE for your FREE Printable Advent Bible Verse Cards!*

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Happy Bible Verse Advent Calendar-ing! :-)

67 thoughts on “Bible Verse Advent Cards – FREE PRINTABLES!

      • Thanks so much, Julie….all the way from Cape Town, South Africa:) My 3 and 6 year olds will love these:) Going to attach them to an ornament and hang them on a little wooden cristmas tree on our dining room table to read as a family each dinner time:) I’m so gratefu that people like you share your gems! God bless you and your family this Christmas!

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this. When I was growing up we didn’t do advent calendars, I guess due to the denomination. This year I have been really feeling convicted about how our family celebrates Christmas and I have decided we are going to do things differently this year. The precious gift of Jesus will be the spotlight. I am going to use the verses you provided though I am not sure in what form yet. I have so enjoyed following your blog. Thank you for taking the time to share with others.

    • Laurie – I just loved getting your comment. I feel the same way! God has really been convicting my heart this year about making His birth the primary focus of our celebrating. Your words encouraged me so much – thank you for stopping by and keep on stopping by because I will be posting LOTS more Christ-centered activities this season! :-) God bless you and your family!

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  3. JULIE!!!! This was such an answer to prayer! :O) I loooove reading the Christmas account through the month! Way to go and thanks for putting it together…we are starting today! <3 xoxo

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  5. THANK YOU! I searched hi and low on the web for Advent verses and you were the only site that I found what I was looking for. God Bless you! Thanks again.

  6. Thank you so much! This is EXACTLY what I was looking for! Much better than giving just treats in the pockets of my calendar. Thanks a ton!
    God bless you this season.

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  8. Our advent calendar has quickly turned into a “what’s next” present each day with emotions running too high if the little gift wasn’t up to snuff. I almost said forget it and then thought this morning how I wanted to include a bible verse each day leading to Jesus’ birth! And found your blog! Better than I could have ever done! Many Thanks to moms that think alike!

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  11. Thank you! My Mom gave us a beautiful hand quilted wall hanging advent calendar….each pocket looks like a tiny envelope. I printed these verses onto cardstock and they are a perfect fit. Thank you so much for putting this together and sharing your work. Merry Christmas and God bless you.

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  22. This is wonderful! Thank you so very much. I buy an Advent calendar for my class each year. However, this year, I could only find non-Christian calendars in my local supermarket, therefore I will be supplementing this in exchange! God Bless! Merry Advent Season.

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  25. I know you shared this in 2010 but I just found it in a google search. I adore this printable sheet of verses! Each year I am getting a little more organized for our Advent tradition and will be using these this year! Thank you for sharing this :)

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  35. Thank You!!! I could kiss you right on the mouth! I have been searching for something exactly like this and all I could find were from Mormon blogs, which don’t really apply to me :)

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  42. Thank you for these! My little guy will be having his first visit from the Elf this year but I wanted to incorporate the real reason for Christmas so having the Elf bring a tag with a new verse every day will be excellent! On the opposite side of the tag I plan on putting a winter/Christmas activity for us to do that day, too. I also added one more tag for Dec 25 from James 1:17, “Every good and perfect gift is from above”. Thanks again for your ideas!

  43. Thank you! I’m finishing up on my advent origami boxes tonight. With gluten dairy free kids I have not been able to give them a calendar. Besides those calendars are gimicky and the chocolates are horrible.

    Now I can put a note, a small treat and an easy to understand message that will remind them that Christmas is really Christ’s Mass – not a time to collect toys.

  44. Thank you for the Advent Calendar Scripture Cards. I had just sat down with a Bible to start writing my own when I decided to look online. Yours are beautiful and it is lovely to think that all of the mums who have posted here are using them with their families. I can now convert the secular advent calendar that my mother-in-law bought for the children in to something a bit more meaningful without causing offence!
    Many thanks

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