Miracle at Coffeeville: and Other Legends of Christmas by Darrell Case

A collection of Christmas stories to warm your heart

Miracle at coffeeville: and other legends of christmas

If you’re like me, you love the season of Christmas. The festive atmosphere, the tree, the gifts, the feasting, the songs. People seem to be kinder to each other. There are gatherings with family and friends. However, there is a danger. We can become so wrapped up in the celebration that we forget the true meaning of Christmas. That Christ came to provide for us eternal life. That the babe in the manger was just a prelude to The Savoir on the cross.

It is my hope this little book will help you recapture the joy of the season. May God bless you and may you have a wonderful Christmas.

Genre: FICTION / Short Stories (single author)

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Religious

Language: English


Word Count: 22,698

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A wonderful collection of Christmas stories. ”
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Sample text:


            The darkness of the Sorting Room echoed the pain Jeff Marlow felt in his heart. He worked alone, the clatter of the machine bouncing off the walls. The rest had gone home hours ago. It was as it should be; after all, they had families. A husband or wife would be waiting with a welcome hug and kiss. Children anticipating the morning would be dancing around a tree strung with brightly colored lights.

            Perhaps their parents would give in as he did so many years ago. Each little boy or girl could select one present of their choice to open on Christmas Eve. He closed his eyes; he could almost hear their squeals of delight.

            Jeff dumped another bag of mail in the sorter. As the machine ran, he let his mind wander. After giving him a good-bye kiss, Barbie smiled as she watched their little Joy kiss her daddy. Barbie handed him a lace handkerchief to wipe off the smear of peanut butter and jelly. How he wished for that lace hankie now. He had searched the ruins only finding ashes. 


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