Christmas Stories Hardback
Heartwarming Classics of Angels, A Manager, and the Birth of Hope
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Be inspired by the true meaning of the season with this spectacular collection of Max Lucado's favourite Christmas stories and reflections.
You'll be whisked away to the heavenly battle between angels and demons preceding Christ's birth. Then walk in the shoes of Joseph as he ponders the miracle before him. Travel to a small Texas town where a missing baby Jesus from a manger scene sets a modern day miracle in motion. And witness the story of Madeline, a prodigal girl who thinks she's lost everything until her dad gives everything to win her back one Christmas.
These and many more stories will lead you back to the manger to be awed anew at the gift of Christ's birth.
Christmas Stories by Max Lucado was published by Thomas Nelson in August 2011 and is our 1963rd best seller. The ISBN for Christmas Stories is 9781401685430.
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Christmas StoriesJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
Lucado pens in such a distinctive fashion. Here comes a compilation of Christmas stories by the prolific Max Lucado celebrating the joy and wonder of the Christmas season. Some of these titles have been previously published, but are well worth a re-read. They are sweet, indeed at times very sweet!
Max Lucado does write powerfully and with inspiration. It's no literary classic and yet it is engaging and emotionally a tear-jerker! Jacob's Gift was my personal favourite of the novellas amidst this brief tour. Pithy and of value, but alas it might have been so much more.
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Details for Christmas Stories
|Author / Artist||Max Lucado|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (August 2011)|
|Number of Pages||288|
|Page last updated||19th December 2017|