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Christmas Excerpt from 30 Days: A Devotional Memoir

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30 Days: A Devotional Memoir (Ambassador International 2013)
Luke 2:14 "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men."
This is a story told by my mother to all of her children. This is a story that helped to make sense why every Christmas we had an orange. And no other orange would smell as sweet, taste as soothing, and feel as smooth as that Christmas orange.


The Christmas Orange by Betty Sue Tutor
I grew up in a large family. As a large, poor family we seldom had a Christmas tree, much less Christmas toys. We waited for Santa Claus, but usually we got an orange and a note promising presents "next year". The Christmas that always stood out in my mind was when I was around three years old. I remember waking up on Christmas morning and seeing a lot of cars and trucks in the yard. We didn't own a vehicle, so even a few cars would seem like a lot to me back then. We had just moved into the community and had very few household items. I remember wa…

NKJV: Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible

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Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible (Thomas Nelson 2016)
To keep on my track of reading and reviewing Bible versions and styles for a range of ages, I really loved the look, feel, and layout of the NJKV: Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible.

This is a perfect Bible for that young man, particularly ages 9 to 13.
The inserts provide valuable insights for the child and in an easy to understand syntax. References, maps, and thought provoking questions are also included.
If you want a child to grow strong in God's word, this is a Bible that will do so. It makes the Bible interesting and relevant to a child in today's world.
Highly recommended for that preteen.
***I received this Bible through BookLook Bloggers via Thomas Nelson***