Giver of Gifts: Three Stories of Christmas Grace

Giver of Gifts Three Stories of Christmas Grace Reveals the true meaning of Christmas through three stories such as When Mother Was Eleven Foot Four Joseph s Son and Through a Glass Darkly

  • Title: Giver of Gifts: Three Stories of Christmas Grace
  • Author: Jerry Camery-Hoggatt
  • ISBN: 9780800731625
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reveals the true meaning of Christmas through three stories such as When Mother Was Eleven Foot Four, Joseph s Son, and, Through a Glass Darkly.

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    752 thoughts on “Giver of Gifts: Three Stories of Christmas Grace”

    1. I received this book as a gift for Christmas, I absolutely loved this book. Even though I read it after Christmas, it still was a great read year round. I loved all of the stories, but the last one was my favorite. This book was eye opening and it changed my life for the better. Love books like these.


    2. Oh my goodness, what a wonderful Christmas collection! It's a short, quick easy read, and it really put me in the Christmas spirit. I sometimes get wary of Christian-published books, since they can tend to get a little "preachy" but this one was great. Each story had it's own vibe and feeling, but all together they left me warm fuzzies, the way a good Christmas book should.


    3. I was pulled in to this book by the subtitle: three stories of Christmas Grace. I haven't read it yet, but this is a good one for the winter months


    4. Some great stories which make you think. My favorite was the last story of the collection and the change which was shown.


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