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Stations of the Nativity by Patrick Kelley

Stations of the Nativity

by Patrick Kelley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0809166992, Hardcover)

Create a new family, church, or school ritual as pre-paration for the holidays or as a year-round meditation on the reincarnation. Fourteen scriptural events from the Advent and Christmas story are depicted in lush paintings and accompanied by an uplifting message. The text is fresh and contemporary yet with the timeless feel of a classic. The art is a unique visual meditation in itself. Ideal for private, family, or group use, this new Christmas custom runs from the Annunciation through the visit from the magi. It includes a scripture passage, a brief meditation, a lesson, and a prayer for each station. It is simple enough to be understood by children, rich enough to be inspiring to adults. This volume combines the insight of a noted biblical scholar with the imagination of an award-winning artist.

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