12 Days of Christmas Giveaways: Day 10

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:

  • “Rooted in Prayer: A Personal Prayer Journal” with insights by Billy Graham
  • “the 3:16 Promise: He Loves. He Gave. We Believe. We Live.” by Max Lucado
  • A “Merry Christmas” wooden sign

Giveaway Rules:

To enter to receive the “Day 10” giveaway, share in the comments below the best “simple” gift you’ve ever gotten.. The winner will be chosen randomly from comments received at https://billygrahamlibrary.org/blog-12-days-of-christmas-giveaways-day-10-2019 before Sunday, Dec. 22, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET. No purchase necessary. Odds of winning depend on the number of comments received. Void where prohibited. U.S. only.

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10 Comments

  1. Christina Cline says:

    The most simplest gift ever would be some good ole homemade candies 😃

  2. Robert Mason says:

    I have a little blue screwdriver that my daughter gave me when she was in middle school. The school had a store where the children could pick out and purchase gifts for their parents. It was the first gift she picked out for me all by herself. She is in college now and I still treasure it.

  3. Karen Pope says:

    Every year, my grandmother would send us pecans that she had shelled herself. The pecans came from the trees in her yard. She would pack them in a shoebox lined with aluminum foil and mail them to us. She is with Jesus now and I treasure the memories I have of receiving those shoeboxes filled with pecans!

    1. Catherine Godfrey says:

      The time spent with my grandmother. Those were the best days.

  4. Charlie Greer says:

    The best simple gift i have gotten has to have been soap from a sweet little lady who was on a tight budget, it was her effort and heart that was the gift more than the soap.

  5. Angie Miller says:

    The best simple gift I ever received was when a coworker volunteered to format a massive spreadsheet as part of our project team output. As the team leader, I had anticipated that task as part of my workload – her action was a true gift!

  6. Jeffrey Rietkerk says:

    My three daughters.

  7. Angie says:

    A hand painted ornament with the year on the back. It’s fun to bring it out every Christmas and remember that person.

  8. Karen Newton says:

    My most favorite simple Christmas gift was from 2011. Weeks prior, I had successfully escaped an abusive husband with my very young children. I had learned I was expecting our third child. In the midst of confusion, turmoil and heartbreak, I had Jesus right there with me. Feeling the Holy Spirit with me was/is a gift I will always treasure.

  9. Dany Davis says:

    My kids would give me drawings as gifts, those are the best.

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