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The Christmas Story

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A long time ago there was a young woman that was engaged to be married. Her name was Mary. One day while doing her daily chores, an angel appeared in front of her. The angel told her, "You will have a baby boy, and you will name him Jesus. He will be God's own son."

Although Mary was glad God had chosen her, she was worried. She told her fiance` and he was worried too. Then an angel appeared to Joseph, Mary's betrothed, and told him not to worry, and that she was carrying God's son. So Joseph and Mary got married.

Soon, Mary and Joseph had to travel to Bethlehem because they had to register for a census, where they count to see how many people there are. When they arrived in Bethlehem, they couldn't find a place to stay because there were alot of people. Finally one of the innkeepers felt sorry for them and said the could stay in the stables. When Mary and Joseph arrived at the stable, the animals could sense something wonderful and remained quiet.

Not far away, there were some shepherds watching their sheep. Suddenly an angel appeared. A bright light shone all about and the angel told the shepherds, "Go to Bethlehem, where your Savior has been born. You'll find him in a stable." Then there were many angels shouting, "Glory to God in the highest, Peace on Earth and goodwill towards men!"

There were also some wise men in the East that had seen a very bright starand they knew that Jesus had been born. The wise men followed the star to Bethlehem carrying gifts to the new King. When they got to Bethlehem they gave baby Jesus gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.

On that first Christmas Day, baby Jesus was born. Mary held baby Jesus in her arms for all to see and praise God for sending the Savior.

Submitted on : 1-Dec-2005

"Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight." Proverbs 3:5-6

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