Christmas In My Heart, Book 18
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This 18th volume of Christmas in My Heart calls us to “restore the simplicity and sanity to the Christmas season.
A treasury of old-fashioned Christmas stories.
In this 18th volume of Christmas in My Heart, Joe Wheeler calls us to “restore the simplicity and sanity to a Christmas season that has lost its spiritual moorings.” It is a message for our times.
This Christmas, we can return to a simpler holiday model: families getting together, making Christmas gifts by hand, giving gifts to those who can’t give in return (anonymously if possible), visiting the sick and lonely, and above all, letting Christ reign at the heart of all we do and say. The outstanding stories in this book will provide ample inspiration!
“If a child has never had to sacrifice for the good of others, that child will most likely grow up to be spiritually stunted. . . . the fondest memories generally have to do with tough times.”—Joe L. Wheeler
Stories in this book
|Introduction||A Cradle Hymn||By Isaac Watts|
|1.||Simplicity at Christmas||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|
|2.||The Magic of the Season||By Isobel Stewart|
|3.||Oren's Christmas Present||By Idola Hill|
|4.||So This Is Christmas!||By Temple Bailey|
|5.||The Missionary Barrel||By Carolyn Abbot Stanley|
|6.||The Christmas Rose||By Marlene J. Chase|
|7.||Through the Mike||By Ruth Herrick Myers|
|8.||One Christmas Eve||By Frank Bennett|
|9.||Grandma Thomas's Three Christmas Trees||By Jean Jeffrey Gietzen|
|10.||An Exchange of Gifts||By Diane Rayner|
|11.||Empty Heart||By Claire Jones|
|12.||The Rugged Road||By Margaret E. Sangster Jr.|
|13.||Plum Pudding for Prosperity||By Mabel McKee|
|14.||A Christmas Gift in Prison||By Author Unknown|
|15.||The Christmas Substitute||By Anna Sprague Packard|
|16.||And Glory Shone All Around||By Christine Whiting Parmenter|
|17.||The Clock of Life||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|