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To Bethlehem

Flor Peeters

To Bethlehem

Christmas cantata for solo, two equal voices, and organ

by Flor Peeters

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Published by World Library of Sacred Music in Cincinnati .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Music Library c.1: Gift of John Cozens.

Statementby Flor Peeters.
The Physical Object
Pagination15 p.; 25 cm.
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21404604M

A runaway bestseller in Europe, The Road to Bethlehem is available in the United States for the first time ever. Now’s the time to take your family on an adventure-filled journey to experience together a biblical world you’ve only read about – until now. Game includes: 1 Book of Adventures ( pages, full color, leather binding) 8.   Bethlehem is first mentioned in the Bible in connection with Rachel, who died on the wayside near there (Genesis ). It is the setting for most of the Book of Ruth and was the presumed birthplace, and certainly the home, of Ruth’s descendant King David; there he was anointed king of Israel by the prophet Samuel (I Samuel 16).

out of 5 stars How far to Bethlehem. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Janu Verified Purchase. I've purchased this book as a replacement for an existing well-thumbed and falling-to-bits copy. This is a book that I re-read often, especially at advent. The story is the Nativity story told from the point of view of all the /5(71). The New Testament books of Matthew and Luke name the town of Bethlehem as the birthplace of Jesus. Matthew describes the birth of Jesus as the fulfillment of Micah's prophecy. In recent years, however, some non-believers have tried to discredit Matthew's interpretation of Micah by claiming that the prophecy refers to a person named.

Beginning with the history of Christmas and how it has been changing, and ending with the message of the gospel, this little evangelism booklet is perfect for sharing. Ages 12 & up. 24 pages; a pocket-sized 3½' x 5½' From Creation to Bethlehem Booklet () by Ken Ham/5(3).   How Many Miles to Bethlehem? by Kevin Crossley-Holland is the coming together of all the traditional characters from the Nativity Story; from Mary, to the ox and donkey, and the wise men. The story is told by each character having their own voice, done in /5.


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"How Far to Bethlehem" tells a very familiar story, but from some very unfamiliar perspectives: we get the backstories and viewpoints of Mary, Joseph, Elizabeth, Balthazar, Melchior, Gaspar, and a little about Herod, Barabbas, a random shepherd, and the innkeeper at Bethlehem/5().

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