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Christ The Lord The Road To Cana Reprint Edition

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“This, together with her first book about Young Jesus, painted a story of Jesus that was more relatable and not as vague as what is told in the Bible. These stories allowed us to grow with the boy who was to be Christ our Savior when he became a man. ...”