Christmas stories, books, and poems to help you and your family get into the festive spirit and enjoy the holiday season. Enjoy great Christmas themed stories like ...

1 1. The Gift of the Magi – O. Henry2 2. The Little Match Girl – Hans Christian Anderson3 3. A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens4 4. A Letter From Santa Claus ...

The Nativity stories of Matthew and Luke are prominent in the gospels ... Gent. and "Old Christmas". Irving's stories depicted harmonious warm-hearted English ...

Christmas stories, books, and poems to help you and your family get into the festive spirit and enjoy the holiday season. Enjoy great Christmas themed stories like ...

1 1. The Gift of the Magi – O. Henry2 2. The Little Match Girl – Hans Christian Anderson3 3. A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens4 4. A Letter From Santa Claus ...

The Nativity stories of Matthew and Luke are prominent in the gospels ... Gent. and "Old Christmas". Irving's stories depicted harmonious warm-hearted English ...

There is no culture in the world that has not associated abundance and happiness archetype to the tree, where the decorated tree for the winter solstice, which ended with the longest night of the year, hoped for the return of the Sun and light. However, we don’t find decorated trees until 1510, when the German monk Martin Luther prepared at home a small lighted fir tree. Fir, that according to some legend, represents the tree of the Lord.
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The strange thing is the lack of other important characters in the Nativity that were part of Jesus family, I am referring to his four brothers and at least two sisters, while in the grotto had to be sure other kids but, in the Holy scriptures nothing about is mentioned.

CURIOSITY
Christmas has not always been synonymous of celebration. During the English Civil War, from 1647 to 1657, the Puritan government of Oliver Cromwel l banned the Christmas celebration downgraded it to an ordinary working and ‘penance’ day to avoid binge. Even the famous newspaper Times did not mention Christmas for a long period, from 1790 to 1835. A similar measure was taken up in America in 1659, in the Puritan colonies founded by expatriates from England. In Massachusetts, Christmas was banned until at least 1681.

Elephant Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Christmas Stories Series!

Everybody knows that Santa gives presents to nice children, but who visits the naughty ones? After your sister does something bad, Berta the evil Christmas spirit and her mean elves take her away. The only way to save her is by performing good deeds and helping make the holiday season more cheerful for others. With the help of Jack Frost, can you save the holidays before it's too late?

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The traditional Christmas narrative, the Nativity of Jesus, delineated in the New Testament says that Jesus was born in Bethlehem , in accordance with messianic prophecies . [21] When Joseph and Mary arrived in the city, the inn had no room and so they were offered a stable where the Christ Child was soon born, with angels proclaiming this news to shepherds who then further disseminated the information. [22]

"Christmas" is a shortened form of " Christ 's mass ". It is derived from the Middle English Cristemasse , which is from Old English Crīstesmæsse , a phrase first recorded in 1038 [9] followed by the word Cristes-messe in 1131. [32] Crīst ( genitive Crīstes ) is from Greek Khrīstos (Χριστός), a translation of Hebrew Māšîaḥ (מָשִׁיחַ), " Messiah ", meaning "anointed"; [33] [34] and mæsse is from Latin missa , the celebration of the Eucharist .

The form Christenmas was also historically used, but is now considered archaic and dialectal; [35] it derives from Middle English Cristenmasse , literally "Christian mass". [36] Xmas is an abbreviation of Christmas found particularly in print, based on the initial letter chi (Χ) in Greek Khrīstos (Χριστός), "Christ", though numerous style guides discourage its use; [37] it has precedent in Middle English Χρ̄es masse (where "Χρ̄" is an abbreviation for Χριστός). [36]

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Christmas stories, books, and poems to help you and your family get into the festive spirit and enjoy the holiday season. Enjoy great Christmas themed stories like ...

1 1. The Gift of the Magi – O. Henry2 2. The Little Match Girl – Hans Christian Anderson3 3. A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens4 4. A Letter From Santa Claus ...

The Nativity stories of Matthew and Luke are prominent in the gospels ... Gent. and "Old Christmas". Irving's stories depicted harmonious warm-hearted English ...

There is no culture in the world that has not associated abundance and happiness archetype to the tree, where the decorated tree for the winter solstice, which ended with the longest night of the year, hoped for the return of the Sun and light. However, we don’t find decorated trees until 1510, when the German monk Martin Luther prepared at home a small lighted fir tree. Fir, that according to some legend, represents the tree of the Lord.
.

The strange thing is the lack of other important characters in the Nativity that were part of Jesus family, I am referring to his four brothers and at least two sisters, while in the grotto had to be sure other kids but, in the Holy scriptures nothing about is mentioned.

CURIOSITY
Christmas has not always been synonymous of celebration. During the English Civil War, from 1647 to 1657, the Puritan government of Oliver Cromwel l banned the Christmas celebration downgraded it to an ordinary working and ‘penance’ day to avoid binge. Even the famous newspaper Times did not mention Christmas for a long period, from 1790 to 1835. A similar measure was taken up in America in 1659, in the Puritan colonies founded by expatriates from England. In Massachusetts, Christmas was banned until at least 1681.

Elephant Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Christmas Stories Series!

Everybody knows that Santa gives presents to nice children, but who visits the naughty ones? After your sister does something bad, Berta the evil Christmas spirit and her mean elves take her away. The only way to save her is by performing good deeds and helping make the holiday season more cheerful for others. With the help of Jack Frost, can you save the holidays before it's too late?

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The traditional Christmas narrative, the Nativity of Jesus, delineated in the New Testament says that Jesus was born in Bethlehem , in accordance with messianic prophecies . [21] When Joseph and Mary arrived in the city, the inn had no room and so they were offered a stable where the Christ Child was soon born, with angels proclaiming this news to shepherds who then further disseminated the information. [22]

"Christmas" is a shortened form of " Christ 's mass ". It is derived from the Middle English Cristemasse , which is from Old English Crīstesmæsse , a phrase first recorded in 1038 [9] followed by the word Cristes-messe in 1131. [32] Crīst ( genitive Crīstes ) is from Greek Khrīstos (Χριστός), a translation of Hebrew Māšîaḥ (מָשִׁיחַ), " Messiah ", meaning "anointed"; [33] [34] and mæsse is from Latin missa , the celebration of the Eucharist .

The form Christenmas was also historically used, but is now considered archaic and dialectal; [35] it derives from Middle English Cristenmasse , literally "Christian mass". [36] Xmas is an abbreviation of Christmas found particularly in print, based on the initial letter chi (Χ) in Greek Khrīstos (Χριστός), "Christ", though numerous style guides discourage its use; [37] it has precedent in Middle English Χρ̄es masse (where "Χρ̄" is an abbreviation for Χριστός). [36]

Christmas stories, books, and poems to help you and your family get into the festive spirit and enjoy the holiday season. Enjoy great Christmas themed stories like ...

1 1. The Gift of the Magi – O. Henry2 2. The Little Match Girl – Hans Christian Anderson3 3. A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens4 4. A Letter From Santa Claus ...

The Nativity stories of Matthew and Luke are prominent in the gospels ... Gent. and "Old Christmas". Irving's stories depicted harmonious warm-hearted English ...

There is no culture in the world that has not associated abundance and happiness archetype to the tree, where the decorated tree for the winter solstice, which ended with the longest night of the year, hoped for the return of the Sun and light. However, we don’t find decorated trees until 1510, when the German monk Martin Luther prepared at home a small lighted fir tree. Fir, that according to some legend, represents the tree of the Lord.
.

The strange thing is the lack of other important characters in the Nativity that were part of Jesus family, I am referring to his four brothers and at least two sisters, while in the grotto had to be sure other kids but, in the Holy scriptures nothing about is mentioned.

CURIOSITY
Christmas has not always been synonymous of celebration. During the English Civil War, from 1647 to 1657, the Puritan government of Oliver Cromwel l banned the Christmas celebration downgraded it to an ordinary working and ‘penance’ day to avoid binge. Even the famous newspaper Times did not mention Christmas for a long period, from 1790 to 1835. A similar measure was taken up in America in 1659, in the Puritan colonies founded by expatriates from England. In Massachusetts, Christmas was banned until at least 1681.

Elephant Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Christmas Stories Series!

Everybody knows that Santa gives presents to nice children, but who visits the naughty ones? After your sister does something bad, Berta the evil Christmas spirit and her mean elves take her away. The only way to save her is by performing good deeds and helping make the holiday season more cheerful for others. With the help of Jack Frost, can you save the holidays before it's too late?

Your username will be displayed on your review. Pick a username you like and can share with others. Your username is permanent and yours forever.

Christmas stories, books, and poems to help you and your family get into the festive spirit and enjoy the holiday season. Enjoy great Christmas themed stories like ...

1 1. The Gift of the Magi – O. Henry2 2. The Little Match Girl – Hans Christian Anderson3 3. A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens4 4. A Letter From Santa Claus ...

The Nativity stories of Matthew and Luke are prominent in the gospels ... Gent. and "Old Christmas". Irving's stories depicted harmonious warm-hearted English ...

There is no culture in the world that has not associated abundance and happiness archetype to the tree, where the decorated tree for the winter solstice, which ended with the longest night of the year, hoped for the return of the Sun and light. However, we don’t find decorated trees until 1510, when the German monk Martin Luther prepared at home a small lighted fir tree. Fir, that according to some legend, represents the tree of the Lord.
.

The strange thing is the lack of other important characters in the Nativity that were part of Jesus family, I am referring to his four brothers and at least two sisters, while in the grotto had to be sure other kids but, in the Holy scriptures nothing about is mentioned.

CURIOSITY
Christmas has not always been synonymous of celebration. During the English Civil War, from 1647 to 1657, the Puritan government of Oliver Cromwel l banned the Christmas celebration downgraded it to an ordinary working and ‘penance’ day to avoid binge. Even the famous newspaper Times did not mention Christmas for a long period, from 1790 to 1835. A similar measure was taken up in America in 1659, in the Puritan colonies founded by expatriates from England. In Massachusetts, Christmas was banned until at least 1681.

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