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The legend of the Christ Child

a story for Christmas Eve

by Elizabeth Harrison

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by [Chicago Kindergarten College?] in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Legends -- Juvenile fiction.,
  • Christmas stories -- Juvenile fiction.,
  • Kindness -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Juvenile fiction.

  • About the Edition

    The story of a young poor child wandering around a town looking for some Christmas cheer from the townspeople.

    Edition Notes

    Statementadapted from the German by Elizabeth Harrison.
    GenreLegends, Juvenile fiction.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23310520M
    OCLC/WorldCa145053592

    Legend Of The Christ Child The Legend of the Christ Child gave birth to the Christmas tree. Learn here how this came to be. The Legend There was a poor woodcutter who worked hard to make his ends meet and earn his daily bread. He had a loving wife and two lovely children called Valentine and Marie.   This video is about Legend of the Christ Child. First Day with the leg cast! Elsa and Anna toddlers help with recovery - Duration: Come Play With Me 4,, views. New.

    The Christkind (pronounced [ˈkʁɪstkɪnt] (); German for '"Christ-child"'), sometimes also called Christkindl, is the traditional Christmas gift-bringer in Austria, Switzerland, southern and western Germany, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Belgium, Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, parts of northeastern France, Upper Silesia in Poland, parts of Hispanic America, in certain. About The Legend of the Poinsettia. In Mexico, the poinsettia is called flor de la Nochebuenao flower of the Holy Night. At Christmastime, the flower blooms and flourishes, the quite exquisite red stars lighting up the countryside. This Mexican legend tells how the poinsettia came to be, through a little girl’s unselfish gift to the Christ Child.

    Yet another legend tells of a orphan boy living with the shephards when the angels announced Christ's birth. He wove a wreath of holly for the child's head, but seeing what a poor gift it was, began to cry. The legend says when Jesus touched the wreath it began to . PICTURES OF JESUS IN THE BOOK OF REVELATION - PART 1 Jesus, the Christ Child Dr. Derek Morris Preaching passage: Revelation Subject: What happened when the Dragon tried to destroy the Christ-child that the woman had delivered Complement: the Dragon failed and the Christ-child was caught up to heaven.


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A STORY FOR CHRISTMAS EVE. Adapted from the German. I want to tell you to-night a story which has been told to little children in Germany for many hundreds of years. Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, on the night before Christmas, a little child was wandering all alone through the streets of a great city.

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