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Sam’s Christmas Reading

December 25, 2011

We’ve been doing Advent readings (somewhat sporadically, truth be told), and, having heard readings from Douglas Wilson, Randy Booth, Duane Garner, Mickey Schneider and other men we respect and admire, Sam wanted in on the action. This afternoon before we opened our First Day of Christmas gifts, Sam read this for our family. I present it without edit or further comment. Merry Christmas!

This is a paper for Christmas, so you should listen to this on Christmas day.  No peeking or copying! This is a Christmas paper. So this will go on while we open our presents. Please don’t yell while you open your gifts, please? Do it for your own boy! So please! Don’t get yelling while I am going to focus on this sheet. In Bethlehem was a lovely couple, the virgins Joseph and his pregnant due wife the Virgin Mary had a son. Baby Jesus was born in Bethlehem. Far away from the little town O Bethlehem, were 2 shepherds watching their flock out in the field. And suddenly, an angel appeared and the 2 shepherds watching their flock out in the field were afraid. But the angel said “Don’t be afraid! O the LORD says the baby Christ is born in your little town in Bethlehem. Away in a manger with no crib for a bed!” so they went to him to worship him. Just then 3 wise men came in with 3 stacks of gold with their camel and donkey. And 1 of them said, “Where is Jesus Christ the king of the Jews? There though we saw his star in the sky as those 2 shepherds watching their flock out in the field saw it and we and they came!” and that was the true meaning of Christmas. The end!


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