Christmas Gift Tags with Bible Verses

 

Sometimes I wonder what it must have been like to be the mother of the Son of God. I mean, can you imagine? I can’t. I try and then my brain just goes whacko with the sheer energy of attempting to comprehend it.

Unto us a son is given….

When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy…

Not just joy.

Not just great joy.

But exceeding great joy.

Well, I have to admit, I had planned to create the Christmas gift tags with Bible verses to include more verses. But I zoned out a bit thinking about what it would have been like to be Mary and these two verses were all I designed.

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I’d love it if you have a phrase or two from a verse about Christmas that you love and you’d leave it in the comments. Then I’ll stop daydreaming about the chat with an angel or how big the star might have been and move on with creating some more Christmas gift tags with Bible verses. Deal? Great! Be sure to comment!

Here’s a sample of 4:

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Oh and here’s the pdf for a sheet of 8 of the aforementioned tags. Or you can click on the graphic sample above.

Have a thriving Thursday!

ADDENDUM: The ones mentioned in the comments are finished! Click here or on the graphic below:

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7 Comments

  1. I love these tags as well. Thank you so much for creating them and sharing them. I often wonder what it must’ve been like for Mary. I think what stands out the most was that, unlike other characters in the Bible whom God called, Mary immediately and humbly accepted what Gabriel told her. She didn’t question, doubt, ask for signs, or anything. She simply said, “I serve the Lord…May it happen to me just as you said it would.” Wow! It is a wake up call for me as to how I respond to what God asks of me at times. What an example to follow!

  2. Amazing verses to meditate on this season. I’m particular about Luke 1:32-33… ‘He will be very great…the Son of the Most High. …His Kingdom will never end’. Another favorite of mine is in Luke 2:10 the NLT version ‘…Don’t be afraid, I bring you good news that will bring great joy to all people’. Above all these verses keep me grounded and full of hope and thanks to God.

    And if I may add, the tags are an amazing idea….and will make each gift extra special (almost as though the recipients were getting a personal message from God)!

    Have a blessed Christmas.

  3. Hi Rachel,

    I like so many this is hard to pick just one. I am like you too with the wondering, but I like the scripture Luke 2:19 and probably would not make a tag, but goes to show Mary marveled too. After the shepherds left and spread the word of Jesus being born as the Messiah, scripture says “But Mary was keeping within herself all these things (sayings), weighing and pondering them in her heart.”

    Outside of the Christmas event after Jesus at age 12 being in the temple astounding the teachers of the law it states in Luke 2:51 “And He went down with them and came to Nazareth and was obedient to them; and His mother kept and closely and persistently guarded all these things in her heart.”

    I also have a feeling Jesus was unique because of the things Mary noticed, but also very ordinary to her too. Their lives had purpose but was also very ordinary with schooling, cooking, cleaning, caring for children, siblings, making a living, being taught a trade by Joseph, eating, talking, laughing, synagogue attendance and scripture memory, etc. They lived life.

    I like the tags very much!

    Blessings,

    Joanne

  4. Nancy Miller says:

    “Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy … Who is Christ the Lord.”
    Luke 2:10-11
    Have a great day!

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