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The Christmas Story
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Biblical account of Christ's birth
The Christmas Story brings the truth and purpose of Jesus' coming into the world alive for children. In this beautifully illustrated book, Carine writes with imagination and clarity for children and whole families.
Amy Orr-Ewing, UK Director, RZIM Zacharias Trust
What parent, Sunday School teacher or Pastor would not want a Christ-centered, Biblically faithful and understandable story written for children that is also well illustrated and well written? Now we have one which will not only benefit our children but will be loved and devoured by the adults who read it to them.
Harry L. Reeder, Pastor of Preaching & Leadership, Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama
In the corner of a stable where the animals usually eat there is a baby in a blanket lying in a box.
This baby is the Son of God who has been sent to save.
In this book you will find out who needs to be saved and how it is that this special Child will do it.
Carine MacKenzie's talent for retelling Bible stories has meant that children from all over the world have been given the opportunity to discover Jesus Christ for themselves. Carine's 150th book 365 Great Bible Stories was released in July 2011. She has sales of several million books and lives in Inverness, Scotland.
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This Christmas story begins rightly in Eden, explaining not just that Jesus came, but also what prompted His coming, namely humanity's fall into sin. Beautifully written and illustrated, this Christmas story clearly emphasizes what the Scriptures emphasize, that Jesus Christ is God's gift to us, the Savior of the world, who came into the world to save us from our sins. I look forward to reading The Christmas Story with my own children and recommending it to family and friends, not only during advent, but throughout the year as a precious reminder of who Christ is and why He came.
Kristie Anyabwile, Pastor's wife, Mother of 3, Washington D.C.
I love that the Christmas story begins with mankind's fall in the Garden of Eden. None of the biblical portion is left out. All portions of each gospel are beautifully joined together into the same great story. The pages are numbered so that a parent can read a small portion each day and the younger children will not get distracted.
Posted by Gail Husband, Texas, USA at 16:31 on Wednesday 15 October 2014