’Twas nearly the night before Christmas, and holiday spirit was stirring all through
the ward meetinghouse — thanks to the children’s pageant director, who’d spent the
last month writing the script, assigning parts, sewing costumes, building a stable, and
directing twenty-some overexcited kids. Despite being on the verge of a nervous breakdown,
the director couldn’t be more pleased as the bishop stood to welcome the audience
in the perfectly prepared cultural hall. But just as the opening prayer began, a
windblown little girl ran into the room, grabbed the director’s hand, and reminded
her of a forgotten promise she couldn’t keep—a promise that, if broken, might also
break the fledgling faith of a vulnerable child. From celebrated LDS author Kerry Blair
comes this true story of an almost-Christmas Eve when an ordinary woman learned
an extraordinary lesson in faith, prayer, and God’s love that will set hearts aglow with
the spirit of the season.
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