I found a beautiful Christmas talk by Ernest Holmes which he gave on his weekly show, “This Thing Called Life” that aired on Sunday, December 25, 1949. Holmes brings out the symbolism in this beautiful story. Here is a brief summary.
Christ Is Born in Us Today
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