The most important aspect of this book is to tell of the miraculous birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Though we celebrate this event on December 25, I have reason to believe that, He, as the Perfect Lamb of God, was actually born in the spring, as all lambs are born. However, we definitely want to honor His glorious birth, whenever it was!
And to invite you to join in with this season of great joy and giving, as God did when He gave us the Greatest Gift of all, His Son, Jesus Christ!
This book also contains a variety of other short stories that I trust you will enjoy reading.
May God bless you.
My parents are Walter and Nina Taylor. My children are Brigit, Majestis, Andra, Judah, Marleta, Faith, and Hope. My grandchildren are Gabrielle, Izayah, Nia, Mia, D’Sean, Judah, Elijah, and Jadah. My brothers and sisters are Joshua, Joseph, Jesse, John, Juanita, Bobbie, Mary, Sarah, Dorothy, and Nancy Taylor. I love writing about the Lord, to give all glory, honor, and praise to Him. I am a published songwriter, poet, author, and sometimes singer. I want to recognize my relatives, Asalea and Isaac Byers, who raised me, and their daughter, Deloris Byers Holcomb. I was born in 1948 in Fries, Virginia, and raised in Welch, W.Va. I attended Welch Dunbar Elementary and Junior High School, where I was an honor student. I then attended Welch High School. There, our school band played for Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson during the “Veterans Day Parade,” and the “Welch High School Choir” sang a few selections. I was the “Soloist” in the selection “The Battle Hymn of The Republic.” This was performed in the “Pocahontas Theater” in 1963, when I was fifteen. Ironically, my nick-name is Pocahontas!