12 Days of Christmas Giveaways: Day 2

For 12 days, we are posting Christmas giveaways in anticipation of the day Jesus Christ was born. Our hope is that these gifts will encourage followers of the blog to focus on the real meaning of this season. Today’s giveaway includes a book, devotional, and a Christmas at the Library ornament.

Giveaway Rules:

To enter to receive the “Day 2” giveaway, share how God’s promises have given you hope in the comments below. The winner will be chosen randomly from comments received at https://billygrahamlibrary.org/12-days-christmas-giveaways-day-2-2018/ before Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. ET. No purchase necessary. Odds of winning depend on the number of comments received. Void where prohibited.

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  1. Paula Stewart says:

    God’s promises have given me hope by letting me know that something wonderful is waiting for me. I just have to reach for it.

  2. Jeanie Benson says:

    I’m so excited to visit the Billy Graham Library tomorrow. I would love to win this prize. Thank you!

  3. Jennifer L Wilson says:

    God’s promises gave me hope to keep going on at the darkest parts of my life.

  4. Morgiana says:

    God’s promises have been an anchor in my life to keep me set on hope and not drift out of faith in times of trial. What He has promised He fulfills, and He is faithful.

  5. Cathy P says:

    I will never be alone for God has promised He will never leave me nor forsake me.

  6. Angel Hynes says:

    God promises never leave us. In time trouble has been blessing. Answered prayer, it was miracle. The doctors could not understand it had been healed. No surgery was needed. Put book for new doctors to study.

  7. Bonnie Sammons says:

    Nearly a decade ago, my mother passed away unexpectedly and tragically the week before Christmas. I was in my early 20s, trying to manage my life, and now I had to plan a funeral. It was a very tough time. Fortunately, I knew that God would take care of me. I could see how in the past that he had prepared me for that moment, sent my fiancé to be in my life (who had helped his grandmother before me with a similar situation). Now I can see much more clearly how God used that to shape me, I prayed for His peace and was given what I needed for each day, as promised.

  8. carol clark says:

    My grandma loved Billy Graham. Hope to win.

  9. Leah Siapin says:

    My husband and I went thru a hard time financially and I had to rely on God and His Word to give us hope that we would get thru it. He did and we did and Praise the Lord that we are alright now.

  10. Vanessa Ortiz says:

    When I think of God’s promises I feel that I’m not worthy of what He has promised. It hurts to even say it out loud. One thing today that I heard Billy say in a sermon was if your not ready to meet God, and I just started crying. I’m not ready to meet God. I’d seen who Billy was and the faith he had, Such a great encouragement because he listened to what God wanted him to do and he did everything and reached so many people around the world. I want to stop being scared and know that I am worthy of God’s promises.

  11. Debbie F says:

    I would love to read this book. I miss my grandmother so much and but love carrying on some of her traditions and the legacy she left for our family. I would also love to read “Christmas, the Father’s Gift” as it is not about the gifts and the hurry and hustle of the season but the peaceful, calm, that came when Jesus was born. I wanted to get to the library when I was in Boone but we had to get back. Hope to come soon.

  12. Casey Highley says:

    Because of God’s promises, I have hope and strength for everyday.

  13. Nancy s Ashley says:

    God’s promised have given me the hope that I will someday gain that heavenly home he has been preparing for me and I will be reunited with all my loved ones gone on before me and especially my little baby boy that I never got to see or hold. He died at birth and I was told he was beautiful and perfect but back in those times women spent a week in the hospital and it was just different. I can just see Jesus meeting me with my baby in his arms when I go home. Forever with the Savior and loved ones…..what could be more to hope for.

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