One of the easiest ways to do this is to participate in Abby's 25 Days of God-Given Gifts at Little Birdie Blessings.
Abby has beautiful free graphics -- like the one above -- for each day, as well as verses and
illustrations for each God-given gift. These readings are not lengthy
but they are most meaningful, so you might wish to go over and look at this
series each day, maybe writing out the verses and even journaling them using the SOAP method of meditating on Scripture. Abby also provides links to follow the series on
Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram.
Another relatively easy way to do an Advent study is by doing a Scripture writing challenge. You can find a number of Scripture writing and journaling plans at Rachel Wojo, among other places. One from Rachel Wojo that I have done in the past is the plan titled The Light. I found it a blessing!
The Road to Christmas, from Love God Greatly is an Advent study I've done in the past and highly recommend. God With Us is another Advent study I've done from Love God Greatly. It seems as if the journal and reading plan may be downloaded for free on their site, but if you want to purchase the book it may be found on Amazon.
Another Advent study I have done which I greatly enjoyed was this free download from Good Morning Girls: Keeping Our Hearts Focused on Jesus.
Even though you might be a day or two late in starting these Bible studies, I definitely suggest starting one if you can make the time. You will gain so much from an Advent study. It is never too late to begin a good Bible study that may impact your life for eternity!
For one final bit of inspiration, you might visit my Christmas devotionals Pinterest board. Lots of good reads there, and also a Christmas-themed Scripture writing plan that, again, it wouldn't be too late to start.
This year I am doing Peace, Be Still from Women Living Well/Good Morning Girls. It's more of a prayer journal format than a Bible study, and it would be easy for you to catch up with that one. I'm turning it into a mini Bible study by meditating on the Scriptures used, however.
I hope you'll decide to try out a Christmas themed Bible study on your own this season. It really helps us keep our focus where it belongs -- on Jesus.