Number of pages: 12
Another short book about the message of Christmas, which I'd read before an enjoyed.
Since previously reading this book, I had heard co-writer Marcus Nodder preaching and enjoyed listening to him, just like how I enjoyed how easily understandable the reasons for celebrating Christmas came across here. I remember noticing that the book makes some good points, and good comparisons with other real-life situations, to express how easy it is nowadays to forget what Christmas really means.
Reading the book was an enjoyable way to spend five or ten minutes at the end of Christmas Day spent overindulging on food and seeing the family. This is definitely worth reading for anyone who just wants a brief, and not too-detailed overview of how Christmas should be celebrated.
Next book: The X-Files Season 10, Volume 3 by Joe Harris and Matthew Dew Smith.