Get a Free Christmas Devotional and Encourage Others with This Inspiring Video


The Bible is at the very heart of who we are at Faithlife, and this Christmas, we’re encouraging Christians all over the world to take a closer look at God’s Word.

The fact is, for many of us, the Christmas story has become familiar. So familiar, that we often miss its true power. We know the story well, but the details become muddled, the context gets lost, and the season passes by us with too few moments of reflection on its eternal significance.

But we believe Scripture has the power to open our eyes to the wonder of Christmas. When you look closer at God’s Word—when you study it, reflect on it, meditate on it—those old, familiar stories take on new power.

We believe that if Christians made a simple commitment to look closer at the Bible this season, we’d rediscover the wonder and power of the Christmas story.

Commit to looking closer

This Christmas, Logos Bible Software is issuing this simple challenge to Christians all over the world:

Look closer.

Look closer at the story that forever changed the course of human history.

Look closer at the King, who became a child, who became our Savior.

Look closer and reflect on the meaning and wonder of this Christmas season.

Above all, look closer at God’s Word.

We created a powerful video to to share this message and encourage Christians around the world to commit to looking closer at God’s Word this season. Click below to watch the video, and if you believe Scripture has the power to open our eyes to the wonder of Christmas, share the video on social media, and invite others to join you in your commitment to look closer at God’s Word.


Visit to make your commitment, and share the video.

When you do, you’ll also get the opportunity to download Rick Brannan’s Anticipating His Arrival free. We hope it serves you well as your guide to Christmas Scripture reading.

Make your commitment today to look closer at God’s Word this Christmas.


  1. I was going to make the commitment, even tho you are not specific about what the commitment entails. 10 minutes a day, 30 minutes, etc? I’m already involved in Bible Study and think one should take on only what they can handle. Otherwise, they are rushed and get nothing at all. (Please, in the future, give some info on this topic).

    But I decided to make the commitment only to discover that along with the free resource is a $89.99 annual membership to Logos Now. I’m not ready to take on new resources yet so I cancelled my order.

    • Tyler Smith says

      Hi, Pat.

      The nature of the commitment is really up to you! We just want to encourage people to make the decision to spend some time looking closer at God’s Word this Christmas. What that looks like will be unique to each person, so do whatever makes sense for you. It might be as simple as challenging yourself to ask more questions during your weekly Bible study, or consult a commentary, or spend five extra minutes a day in the Word. Your choice!

      You DO NOT have to join Logos Now to make the commitment. I’m not sure where this confusion occurred. Can you let me know what made you think you needed to join Logos Now?