Item description for Yallid, Stable Boy of Bethlehem by W. Chandler Lanier...
Overview Abandoned, rejected, and despised, Yallid never knew the love of a real family until late one night when a young couple came to the Bethlehem Inn looking for shelter where the young wife could safely deliver her first-born child. Yallid's life changed forever when he met Love Incarnate face-to-face. Young and old alike will delight in this tale of the birth of Christ from the perspective of an unwanted stable boy.
Publishers Description Found cast aside in the corner of a humble stable when he was but an infant, Yallid had never known a home or the love and attention of a father or mother. His home had been the stable, and his companions had been the sheep, goats and burrors so important to the daily welfare of his people. These humble animals were his fellowship. He cared for them, comforted them, slept in the stable with them, and even, on occasion, shared their food. Yallid had never known love... until one night he was awakened by a man and his wife standing at the gate to the inn in desperate need of a place to spend the night . Although the inn was full, Yallid helped the couple. That night the boy met Love Incarnate, and his life was forever changed. From the miracle of shepherds coming with word of an angelic visitation, to miracles in the Temple in Jerusalem, and finally to the miracle of wise men coming from afar with expensive gifts and a desire to worship.
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Studio: Parable Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.02" Width: 5.05" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.17 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2000
Publisher Parable Books
ISBN 1581580118 ISBN13 9781581580112
Availability 0 units.
More About W. Chandler Lanier
Lanier served in Israel with the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention from 1961-89. For 20 of those years he edited the Hebrew publication "Hayahad" and the English publication "Hayadad Digest".