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Pages: 176

Language: English

Publisher: Tate Publishing (13 Jun. 2015)

By: W. Hugh Henderson (Author)

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What happened to the shepherds that saw and heard the angels that night near Bethlehem as they announced the birth of the Messiah? 'Two eyes, two ears, nothing special about this baby. Why would angels announce his birth? He looks perfectly normal! No heavenly light shining from him like the angels, just a plain, poor baby that was not even born in a respectable place.' As he held baby Jesus, ten-year-old Tinoki could not imagine how this baby could be the long-awaited Messiah who would save Israel. It didn't make sense, but there he was, in his arms. Follow Tinoki as he begins a life-long pursuit seeking the true Messiah, the Holy One of Israel, and the Savior of the World. A part of the proceeds from this book will be donated to The African Children's Project. The African Children's Project provides caring homes for children who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Family-style homes dedicated to providing compassionate, holistic, long-term care, allow children who have been marginalized to not only live lives free of exploitation and abuse, but enable them to regain a sense of belonging, value, and purpose. The African Children's Project is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. For more information and to explore other opportunities to positively impact the life of a child in need, please go to

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