I can't recommend this Christmas story more highly. It is not a nativity story, but is based on an old Christmas legend by Tolstoy and beautifully illustrates the living out of "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of my brethren, ye have done it unto me."
The pictures are beautiful. Why not make this one part of YOUR yearly traditions- a beautiful, gentle reminder of how God wants us to live ALL year round.
Labels: Books, Christmas, Faith, family
posted by Father's Grace Ministries at 11:50 am
One of the yearly delights that my husband, Max, remembers from his childhood in Melbourne, were the yearly trips into the city at Christmas time to see the Christmas window displays in the Myer Store. How could he not resist sharing this wonder with our Talitha on her first holiday there. This year the theme was The Nutcracker. These were my favourites of the many window shots Max took. I like how you can see tha reflection in some of the very old city buildings on the opposite side of the street. These were taken at dusk.
Labels: Christmas, family fun
posted by Father's Grace Ministries at 6:31 am