The Nativity Collection

When you talk about nativity collection, what usually would cross your mind? if you’re a Cristian, I am sure when you talk about nativity collection, you’d think about those baby Jesus and Virgin Mary in the stable along with the animals on the night Jesus was born.

However, The Nativity Collection by Robert J. Morgan is not exactly about the inspiring and historical scene where Jesus was born, but it’s  still inspiring nevertheless.

Christmas is really overrated and completely commercialized these days, and we tend to forget what it’s all about. To us, it’s all about buying gifts from the mall and giving to our children. We forget what Christmas truly meant.

This book brings back Christmas into the heart of the believers. This book tells the tale of strangers and moving stories that’s pretty close to home. It’s a really beautiful  book, perfect for everyone to share on Christmas day or reading together with families and loved ones.

Once you picked up this book, you’d wish that the stories inside the book would never end, because they make you laugh, cry, think and feel…alive… and human. This book will also make you believe in miracle again, if you have somehow lost your faith in miracles and God’s love.

I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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About cleffairy

Recently having fascination with ancient history.
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