Week 2
Dec. 4th thru Dec. 10th


Week 2

Daily Reflections

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Opening Song

Glory (Let There Be Peace)
Matt Maher

Opening Prayer

O Emmanuel,
may this wreath and its light remind us
that it is Jesus who came to fulfill all our desires.
Bless this wreath and all who gather around it
as we prepare our hearts to celebrate Christmas.
Come, Lord Jesus, bring HOPE, PEACE, JOY, and LOVE to our world.
(Light the second candle of the Advent Wreath; Purple)

Scripture Reading

A Reading from the Book of the Prophet Isaiah.
On that day, the wolf shall be a guest of the lamb,
and the leopard shall lie down with the young goat;
The calf and the young lion shall browse together,
with a little child to guide them.
The cow and the bear shall graze,
together their young shall lie down;
the lion shall eat hay like the ox.
The baby shall play by the viper’s den,
and the child lay his hand on the adder’s lair.
They shall not harm or destroy on all my holy mountain;
for the earth shall be filled with knowledge of the LORD,
as water covers the sea.
(Isaiah 11:6-9)


PEACE is more than just a feeling. PEACE is a part of who we are because we have been chosen by God to be His special people. As His special people God gives us special treatment … PEACE … glory … and most especially He gives us His Son … Jesus … the Prince of PEACE.

Children’s Video

The Wreath
Brother Francis


For Unto Us  –  PEACE
by Lo Alaman

Questions to Contemplate

What makes you sad and miserable?
What do you need for an attitude adjustment?
What makes you happy and brings you PEACE?
How does the Prince of Peace making His home among us bring us PEACE?
In what ways is the PEACE of Jesus a part of who we are?

Closing Prayer

Jesus, Desire of Nations, You entered our world on Christmas as the Prince of Peace. This Advent, as we strive to better follow Your guidance, fill us with a deep and abiding Peace. Help us share that Peace with everyone we encounter, especially those who need it most.

Closing Song

O Come, O Come Emmanuel
For King and Country