Some Christmas Favorites

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Watch a beautiful and inspiring video of the events surrounding the Birth of the Christ Child.
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The Inn Keeper: Let him In

A beautiful song and video telling the imaginary sorrow and regret of the Inn Keeper who turned Joseph and Mary away.  It is an inspiring message inviting all of us to allow Christ into our lives.  (Music by: Michael McLean)
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A seasonal Gift-Giving tradition.  Learn about the legend of St. Nicholas (Sinterklaas).  Then, share the legend with your children.   This European tradition dates back to the 4th Century AD.


Read and hear the tail of “Good King Wenceslas.”  It’s a Christmas carol published in 1853 relating the story of a benevolent Bohemian king on a journey, braving harsh winter weather, to give alms to a poor peasant on the Feast of Stephen.  Also, watch this inspiring tail as told by Jane Seymour and the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.


‘In a Clock Store’ – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.  Listen to this whimsical clock music from “a clockmaker’s workshop” (after hours).  Fun music that will inspire a child’s mind!  When our children were young, they loved dancing about the Livingroom to this joyful music.  Enjoy!
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Author: saedgar

Welcome to my Blog site. It's a collection of many thoughts that are important to me, and some insights I’ve learned “...along the way.” I think of myself as just a simple man with a testimony of Jesus Christ and the restored Gospel. But, I have lived (and continue to live) an extraordinary and enjoyable life. I've tried to share some highlights here. I have so many good memories.

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