Cosmic Christmas

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Word Pub., 1997 - Fiction - 110 pages
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Was the birth of Jesus a quietly profound event? Or could it have included heavenly battles, angel armies, and a scheming Satan? Come along as Lucado takes us on a journey into his imagination-pulling back the curtain as we see what might have taken place on Cosmic Christmas.

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User Review  - Kristi -

I first read this book under the name "Cosmic Christmas" copyright of 1997. One of Max Lucado's best fictional works of the story of Jesus birth. We read it every Christmas season and even parts of it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Hannah -

Love Love Love!!! This book is one of my favorite books ever! It really tells the story from an exciting perspective. It kept my complete attention the entire time! Loved it! Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Max Lucado (born January 11, 1955) is a best-selling Christian author, and Minister. He was educated at Abilene Christian University. Lucado has been pastor of the Oak Hills Church of Christ in San Antonio, Texas, since 1988. He also hosts UpWords, a fifteen minute radio show that can be heard in thirty states. Lucado has authored almost 100 books, three of which were listed as top ten books on the Christian Booksellers Association list. His book, When God Whispers Your Name, was the number one hardcover book for eight months. His book You'll Get Through This: Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times made the New York Times bestseller list in September 2013. He made this bestseller list again in 2015 with his title Miracle at the Higher Grounds Cafe and again with Glory Days: Living Your Promised Land Life Now. His latest book is Because of Bethlehem Christmas Coloring Book: Love is born. Hope is here. Anxious for Nothing, published in September 2017, has become a Publishers Weekly bestseller .

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