Jesse Tree

We love to celebrate Jesus in our home with our Jesse Tree ornaments each Christmas. These ornaments tell the story of Jesus and take you through the Bible for 26 days during the most festive season of the year. In the book of Isaiah it says, “And there shall come forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse, and a Branch shall grow out of his roots.” The branch is Jesus! Did you know Jesse was the grandson of Boaz and Ruth and the father of David? A little Bible trivia for you. Please read Isaiah 11 in the Old testament of the Bible to understand the meaning of the tree a little better. It’s so beautiful to see how Jesus is in every story that leads up to his birth in Bethlehem.

This is such a wonderful way to celebrate advent and have a special devotion time during December. Watch this video for all the information and let me know if you have any questions. I would love to see you add this as a new tradition in your home this year. You will have a better focus on the true meaning of Christmas through the Jesse Tree.

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Abby Jo

Published by Abby Lee

Celebrating and decorating with purpose is my favorite thing to do. When I am not filling a tree with ornaments or throwing a birthday party for my golden doodle, I am being mom to a super cool tween son, the wife to a fine blue eyed man and selling real estate. I call northeast Arkansas home and when I am not loving on my people or celebrating in our space, I am using words to express myself here or on my podcast. Be sure to follow me! I am the co-author of a blog called Life with My Sister and have a podcast called Abby As-Is. You can also follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube.

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