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Twas the Night of Christ : The True Christmas Story
by Michael Vandeburg




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Meet little baby Jesus in the town of Bethlehem. It was on a chilly cold night that a star shines bright over the town of Bethlehem. Joseph and Mary search diligently for a room for the night. Come and follow baby Jesus through his life, death, burial, and resurrection in "Twas the Night of Christ," the new children's book by Michael Vandeburg, as baby Jesus teaches you about the true story of Christmas. Profound and heartfelt colorful illustrations capture the real meaning of Christmas in a way that has never been told before This real story will wash away the fake story about Santa Clause. Take a walk down the narrow path with Jesus Christ leading you. Extremely moving colorful pictures highlight the entire journey of Jesus Christ, including a glimpse of Jesus surrounded in the heavens with angels. There has never been a children's book so moving and important for spreading the gospel to every new generation and old generation. Grandparents and parents will be thrilled to share the true story about baby Jesus each and every Christmas. Michael writes, "Christ walked to His death as hell barked like a hound, Filling our hearts with joy, to the grave He is bound And laying His life aside for His chosen found, Giving a nod from Father above, then gave up without a sound." Perfect for families and children of all ages, "Twas the Night of Christmas" is an eye-opening derivative of the original poem "Twas the Night before Christmas." After reading this new story, Santa Clause will be gone forever and ever. "Thank you for the opportunity to edit 'Twas the Night of Christ.' Your poem is a sweet homage to not only the birth of Christ but also to a well-loved traditional poem. I am sure your poem will be well received by its readers and may even become a classic in itself." -Ellen Peixoto, editor for AuthorHouse

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Meet little baby Jesus in the town of Bethlehem. It was on a chilly cold night that a star shines bright over the town of Bethlehem. Joseph and Mary search diligently for a room for the night. Come and follow baby Jesus through his life, death, burial, and resurrection in "Twas the Night of Christ," the new children's book by Michael Vandeburg, as baby Jesus teaches you about the true story of Christmas. Profound and heartfelt colorful illustrations capture the real meaning of Christmas in a way that has never been told before This real story will wash away the fake story about Santa Clause. Take a walk down the narrow path with Jesus Christ leading you. Extremely moving colorful pictures highlight the entire journey of Jesus Christ, including a glimpse of Jesus surrounded in the heavens with angels. There has never been a children's book so moving and important for spreading the gospel to every new generation and old generation. Grandparents and parents will be thrilled to share the true story about baby Jesus each and every Christmas. Michael writes, "Christ walked to His death as hell barked like a hound, Filling our hearts with joy, to the grave He is bound And laying His life aside for His chosen found, Giving a nod from Father above, then gave up without a sound." Perfect for families and children of all ages, "Twas the Night of Christmas" is an eye-opening derivative of the original poem "Twas the Night before Christmas." After reading this new story, Santa Clause will be gone forever and ever. "Thank you for the opportunity to edit 'Twas the Night of Christ.' Your poem is a sweet homage to not only the birth of Christ but also to a well-loved traditional poem. I am sure your poem will be well received by its readers and may even become a classic in itself." -Ellen Peixoto, editor for AuthorHouse


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  • ISBN-13: 9781496950253
  • ISBN-10: 1496950259
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publish Date: October 2014
  • Page Count: 38
  • Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.25 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.93 pounds


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