October 19, 2016

Review: If He Had Not Come

Book Title: If He Had Not Come
Author: David Nicholson
Genres: Short Story, Christmas, Holiday, Christian Fiction, Jesus, Children
Publisher: WestBow Press
Publish Date: 2014-05-16 (40 Pages, e-book)
Disclaimer: I received this book free for an honest review from +BookLookBlogger
Description: If He Had Not Come, a Christmas story by Nan F. Weeks set in the ‘30s, asks the profound question: What if Jesus Christ had never come to Earth? David Nicholson provides a refreshing update to this timeless classic, originally included in Cynthia Pearl Maus’ anthology entitled, Christ in the Fine Arts. Through an eye-opening, somewhat bewildering dream, a young boy discovers some of the enormous changes the world would face if Jesus had never come to Earth.
 
If He had not come is the really good short story. It has a really meaning for Christmas. What would our world be like “If He Had Not Come”? This show you though a boy named Bobby as he experienced this.
What if Jesus was not born? Would we have the world we have now? We can draw anything from the words “If I hadn't come”. Would we still be celebrating Christmas or the birth of Jesus?
If I hadn't come and spoken to them, they wouldn't have any sin. But now they have no excuse for their sin.

This book is good for children and their parents. It good for bedtime. I would even say it even good for the holiday season and around Jesus birth. If you like a good mean full book this one is good for that.

David Nicholson, a retired teacher, discovered Nan Weeks’ story when his own children were young. He has taken on the rewarding mission of resurrecting and reintroducing it to a new generation of families, now with classic-style illustrations, suggested topics for discussion, and further information for “going deeper” into matters of the Christian faith. David and his wife, Barbara, currently reside in St. Paul, Minnesota. They have two married daughters and two grandchildren.


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