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Deanna Love Gottreu
on March 16, 2013 :
Names by Francis Porretto is the story of a census taker at the time of the birth of Jesus. He is traveling back to Jerusalem with his tallies and decides to spend the night at an inn in Bethlehem rather than travel during the night. He is known to the owners of the inn and because of this he obtains the very last available room much to the annoyance of other people wanting rooms. This particular census worker liked his work and went to the towns where the people lived to take the census. As he was walking through Bethlehem he realized that the people were upset because they had to come to the census taker. His walk took him by the stable and as he stopped to listen he heard the cry of a newborn baby. He stepped inside the stable and looked into the eyes of Jesus. He knew immediately that he was looking into the eyes of a King. I would highly recommend this book and not just at Christmas but at any time.
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