Responding to Christ

A little girl who had been rehearsing a Nativity play at her kindergarten asked her mother, "When can we go to Bethlehem to see the baby Jesus?"

All Christians treasure the story of the birth of Jesus, cherishing Christmas and all it stands for. But we don't really have to go to Bethlehem—or anywhere else—to recapture the significance of that event. Christ Jesus' birth, his mature conversation at the age of twelve with the temple elders, his teaching and healing and their culmination in his resurrection and ascension—these add up to a record that is unique in inspiration, undying in its appeal to children of all ages.

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