The story of the other wise man

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Ballantine Books, 1984 - Fiction - 72 pages
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The classic tale of the fourth wise man, Artaben, who did not arrive in Bethlehem in time to present his gifts to the Saviour and spent his life searching for the Christ

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User Review  - Donna - Goodreads

I read this classic in one sitting as I sat in the sun. I found the book in a used book donation barrel and it is a treasure. It is the story of a wiseman who misses the trip because he stops to help a dying man. Travel with him as he searches his whole life to find Jesus. Very moving. Read full review

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User Review  - Jithin James - Goodreads

Rating: 4.6* "For when saw I thee a hungered and fed thee? Or thirsty and gave thee drink? When saw I thee a stranger and took thee in? When saw I thee sick or in prison, and came unto thee? Three-and ... Read full review

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Henry Van Dyke was a preacher, university professor, diplomat, poet, translator, and author of many inspirational writings.  His most famous work is The Story of the Other Wise Man, one of the best loved and most inspiring of all Christmas classics, celebrating its triumphant centennial in 1996.

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