Title: 21 Days of Christmas: Stories That Celebrate God’s Greatest Gift
Synopsis: 21 Days of Christmas is book 2 in the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series–collections of short fictional stories followed by brief Life Applications, each chapter written by a different author.
Christmas is more than just a holiday. It is a time to recapture the joy and wonder of God s greatest gift: His Son, Jesus.
This book offers engaging, inspirational short fiction stories written by new, intermediate, and well-known authors including Lena Nelson Dooley, Joanne Bischof, Jan Cline, Lynn Kinnaman, and more.
21 Days of Christmas will warm your heart with stories about giving, loving, and family. These engaging tales celebrate the hope and joy that make this blessed season unique. At the end of each story you ll find an insightful message that will help you discover anew the true meaning of this special time of year.
“So grab a cup of hot apple cider with a cinnamon stick, curl up in your favorite chair beside a picture window overlooking a serene spot, and savor the true meaning of Christmas through these inspirational and encouraging stories.”
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The stories in this devotional offer the reader life stories and situations that help you to grow in your relationship with God. These stories help you to remember the “real” reason for the season—Jesus.
The Christmas Star by Charles Lober was a refreshing story about a young girl and her fears and dreams. The star helped to guide Paige. It gave hope and inspiration to anyone reading the story. The true meaning of Christmas inspires all of us!
As readers of this blog know, Charles Lober is our favorite author of Christmas books and stories.
Star Light, Star Bright by Kathy Ide was a thought-provoking story about Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus. Often times, we think about the stories in the bible and wonder what the people of that time were thinking.
Guiding Star by Sarah Earlene Shere was a very touching story about a homeless little girl, who made works of art for passersby. The story reminded us to not get so caught up in the glitter of the season, but that the eyes of the children can guide us to remember—the Christian reason.
Most Christians enjoy reading passages from the Bible and praying to God for guidance, strength and enlightenment. These stories encourage Christians to see the real meaning of Christmas at a time when the world is in a chaotic state.
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