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  1. “I don’t understand it but somehow he is like one of us” Our mighty God became like us that we might become like Him. Greatest gift ever! Merry Christmas y’all!

  2. I bought this book last week and it is quickly becoming one of my favorites. I think it can be read anytime of year.

  3. Wow, How realistic a rendering! We enjoyed this version and can certainly identify with may well have happened that night over 2000 years ago.
    Thanks for sharing your version of Christs Birth that night!
    Blessings, George & Margaret Ens

  4. Love this incourage reading today. But you know I often stop and think so anytimes in the year apart this time of year. How God loved us so much he had his son be born in manger who grow to be a man that walked this earth on to teach us how to live. The did the most important thing of all showing his Love for us. By going to Calvary for all mankind. No greater love was this. All this is divine. We have alot to thank God for. Because when sin entered our world through Adam and Eve. God was sad he made man. But then had that love for the world by doing all this. So we could have a chance to reprent of our sin and ask him into our hearts. No better present did God give us by doing this for us all. I say Amen to this. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little xx

  5. In Courage,

    We just watched Charlie Brown Christmas. I love the part where Linus says “spotlight” then recites Luke 2:8-14 about the birth of Christ. Then he says This is what Christmas is all about Charlie Brown. We often forget that. Jesus was born a baby wrapped in common clothes & placed in a feeding trough. He was born to die a horrible death for us. That’s why I love the songs “It’s about the Cross” by Go Fish and “Leaving Heaven” by Matthew West.

    Have a Blessed Christmas!

    Blessings 🙂